We are excited to announce a new series of webinars to kick off on 22 September 2021.
The webinar series aims to support and promote the education of young stroke physicians across Europe. The educational webinars seek to provide a balance between an interactive webinar and didactic teaching. Each webinar will run for 60 to 75 minutes and feature a pair of presenters – one senior expert who will deliver a didactic lecture and a more junior colleague who will present a case study. The session will culminate with an interactive discussion moderated by representatives of the Education and YSPR committees. All Educational Webinars will be recorded and hosted on eSTEP allowing on demand access to all ESO members.
The initial series will cover six core educational topics, each with its own dedicated webinar, with a view to becoming an ongoing program in the future based on the feedback received during these first 6 webinars.
Secondary Prevention – Register now!
The first webinar is planned for 22 September at 18:30 CEST and will focus on Secondary Prevention. The session which is titled Medical Management of Large Artery Disease, will feature speakers Peter Kelly and Linxin Li. The webinar will be moderated by Alastair Webb and Yvonne Zuurbie. Register to participate.
Thrombolysis/Thrombectomy – Save the Date!
The second webinar is planned for 3 November at 18:30 CET. Urs Fischer and Johannes Kaesmacher will present on The Role of Thrombolysis in Patients with Large Vessel Occlusion. This session will be moderated by Alastair Webb and Else Charlotte Sandset.
The third webinar in this series is planned for early December and the series will continue in 2022 with the aim of covering the following core stroke educational topics.
- Mimics and Chameleons in ED
- (Diagnosis of) Young Stroke
The first two webinars will be offered free of charge and open to all but registration is required. Further webinars will be offered only to ESO individual members without additional charge. All webinars created in this series will be available to ESO members for viewing on eSTEP.