European Stroke Organisation

The Voice of Stroke in Europe

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European Stroke Organisation

The Voice of Stroke in Europe

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The ESO’s major objective is to improve stroke care in Europe by providing medical education to healthcare professionals and the lay public in Europe. By offering best practice approaches, the ESO’s goal is to harmonise stroke management in Europe. The ESO focuses on European level projects.

Membership

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ESO Activities

A quick overview over the ESO Activities.

Donation

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About

The European Stroke Organisation (ESO) is a pan-European society of stroke researchers and physicians, national and regional stroke societies and lay organisations that was founded in December 2007. The ESO is an NGO comprised of individual and organisational members.

Aim

The aim of the ESO is to reduce burden of stroke by changing the way that stroke is viewed and treated. This can only be achieved by professional and public education, and by making institutional changes.

The ESO provides assistance in achieving this goal and in harmonising stroke management across the whole of Europe and taking action to reduce the burden of stroke regionally and globally. Europe allied against stroke.

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News

Stroke at 34 – Interview with a Patient

Interview with a Stroke Survivor By Francesca Romana Pezzella (Italy) and Anita Arsovska (Macedonia) Diana Wong Ramos is a 39 year old stroke survivor, whom we met during the SAFE (Stroke Alliance for Europe) Conference in Amsterdam, 6th -9th of December, 2016. Diana...

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ESO Featured in Research Features

Valeria Caso, President of the European Stroke Organisation, recently sat down with Research Features to emphasise the current situation within stroke disease research, clarifying what further research needs to be done to ensure improved patient outcomes in the...

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ESOC Abstract Submission Deadline – 12 January!

The European Stroke Organisation Conference 2017 is now accepting abstract submissions through 12 January at midnight CET. Abstracts must be submitted via the ESOC website. ESOC 2017 will take place in Prague from 16-18 May 2017. Abstract submissions are encouraged...

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ESO - European Stroke Organisation

The European Stroke Organisation (ESO) is a pan-European society of stroke researchers and physicians, national and regional stroke societies and lay organisations that was founded in December 2007. The aim of the European Stroke Organisation (ESO) is to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke by changing the ways that stroke is viewed and treated. This can only be achieved by professional and public education, and by making institutional changes. The ESO provides assistance in achieving this goal and in harmonising stroke management across the whole of Europe. To learn more about our organisation, please view the structure, history, mission and activities of ESO.
ESO - European Stroke Organisation
ESO - European Stroke Organisation2017/01/17 @ 12:51
We are proud to signal a valuable initiative from European Brain Council (EBC) and we invite all to join Thunderclap campaign #ILoveMyBrain

Thunderclap is an online platform that lets individuals and organizations rally people together to spread a message, released at the same time across the social media platforms of those who have pledged to support. You may think of it as an online flash mob where you will be joining our other supporters in sharing our message at the same time on the date we have selected (Valentine’s Day). As the name suggests, Thunderclap is a powerful way to get our message out to as many people as possible, because aggregating the posts and releasing them at the same moment breaks through the “noise” of general news by flooding social media with the same message.

To sign up and support this is the direct link:
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ESO - European Stroke Organisation2016/12/20 @ 23:41
Outcomes of Hospitalized Medicare Beneficiaries Treated by Male vs Female Physicians
jamanetwork.com
This cross-sectional study examines whether patient mortality and readmission rates differ between hospitalized Medicare beneficiaries treated by male or female physicians.

http://jamanetwork.com/ journals/jamainternalmedicine/ fullarticle/2593255?utm_ source=Silverchair_ Information_Systems&utm_ campaign=FTM_12152016&utm_ content=news_releases&cmp=1& utm_medium=email

Twitter

2016/12/02 @ 6:52
Read the EU Health Commission meeting report: https://t.co/B0duIlYdne
2016/12/02 @ 6:32
Jon Barrick SAFE President & Valeria Caso #ESO President met EU Health Commission to discuss quality of #Stroke pr… https://t.co/GQCWo2u62O
2016/11/29 @ 11:48
The December issue of Europen Stroke Journal (ESJ) is online now @SAGENeurology Read the full issue: https://t.co/ScthyXh1pn
2016/11/20 @ 14:56
RT @inna_lutsenko: https://t.co/UUInULkjFq @ESOstroke From behalf of ESO-EAST, Kyrgyzstan we created first time in Kyrgyzstan World Stroke…
2016/11/14 @ 20:43
RT @COTECEurope: #occupationaltherapy interventions #Stroke are proven effective and improve functioning & quality of live @ESOstroke https…

Contact us

European Stroke Organisation (ESO)
P.O. Box
4002 Basel / Switzerland
P: +41 61 686 77 76
E: esoinfo@eso-stroke.org

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