ESO-EAST News and Activities
Upcoming News and Events
3-5 October 2017 - VI National Neurological Congress, Moldova
The next ESO-EAST presentation to the Moldovan neurologists will take place on October 3-5, 2017, within the VI National Neurological Congress.
Past News and Events
February 2017 - 200 registered hospitals in RES-Q
At the end of February 2017, we have registered 200 hospitals. The data collection period is scheduled for March/April 2017. Hospitals can continue to register throughout the year.
January 2017 - 160 registered hospitals in RES-Q
At the end of January 2017, we have registered 160 hospitals from 23 countries. The most hospitals are from Ukraine and the Czech Republic. The interest to use RES-Q goes beyond ESO-EAST Countries. South Africa is also involved.
November 2016 - The first data is collected in RES-Q
November 2016 was the pilot month for data collection to the RES-Q – Registry of Stroke Care Quality. Almost 100 hospitals are registered for data collection. The first results will be known by March 2017.
November 2016 - ESO-EAST and ANGELS Initiative work together on improving stroke care
On the 2nd November, the official collaboration between ESO-EAST Project and ANGELS Initiative (www.angels-initiative.com) was announced. Both initiatives have the same goal, which aims to improving stroke care in our countries. The tools and ways of both initiatives, how to obtain this goal, are complementary and offer synergies, which enable us to achieve our goals faster and better. Using ESO-EAST methodology, expert network (stroke leaders and professional societies), governance and leadership offered by ESO, tools as RES-Q etc. together with the ANGELS human network, supportive tools for stroke treatment management, professional education and the ESO ANGEL award create a powerful pan-European program, which makes our effort more effective. Specifically ANGELS Representatives will help you with organizing meetings (which can be useful for both ESO-EAST and Angels) and with RES-Q launching and coordination of hospitals’ enrollment, as well as with other activities you want to do in your country for improving stroke care. They are here to help us.