How to Apply

How to Apply

RES-Q

SITS

How to Qualify

National Stroke Registry Form

ESO Angels Awards Database

Contact/Support

How to APPLY for the ESO Angels Awards Programme

If you meet the qualifications under How to Qualify, you need to indicate which source data the ESO Angels database may use to evaluate your results. The ESO Angels database does not require individual patient data, only the summary of performance indicators described on the ESO Angels Award Levels page, calculated as proportions (e.g., reperfusion procedure rate).

The data you need to provide to be eligible for an ESO Angels Award is:

  • One month, but a minimum 30 consecutive patients of data for basic performance indicators described in the ESO Angels Awards page, excluding data on door to initiation of i.v. thrombolysis and door to initiation of thrombectomy, these data are collected in RES-Q.
  • 12 months (one full year) of data on door to initiation of i.v. thrombolysis and door to initiation of thrombectomy, these data are collected in SITS reperfusion protocols.

An additional possibility is to ask for a contribution from the national stroke registry in your country, if such a registry is available and if it is recommended by the Angels national coordinator. For this option, please contact your national registry to see if it can grant access to the data. If the national registry agrees, the required data must be sent once a year to the ESO Angels Awards database. You can use this form for contacting the national stroke registry. You also will need to remind the registry annually to provide the information in the required format to the ESO Angels Awards database. See more information under How to work with Stroke registries.

Approval of source data monitoring

During registration, you will be asked to accept that a person, authorised from the ESO Angels Award Committee will be able to have reading access to your entered data and verify these with your source data.  The degree of source data verification may vary and is not decided yet, but there will be some source data verification.

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