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Stroke experts from across Europe gathered in Brussels 10 October 2017 under the umbrella of the European Stroke Organisation – the pan-European society of stroke researchers and physicians. They call on political leaders to recognise stroke as an EU-wide health priority and end inequalities in access to the current stroke management standards.
Read the Press Release here
“Approaching Stroke” – Some of the challenges involved in boosting stroke treatment and prevention in Europe today.
Interview with Professor Urs Fischer with the Pan European Networks / EU Science insights & initiatives
To access the article follow the link: http://www.paneuropeannetworks.com/science-technology/approaching-stroke/
Disclaimer: Article originally published on: http://www.paneuropeannetworks.com/science-technology/approaching-stroke/
Reproduced by kind permission of Pan European Networks Ltd, www.paneuropeannetworks.com
© Pan European Networks 2017
This article appeared in Pan European Networks: Science & Technology issue 24 in September, 2017.
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Oruen – The CNS Journal is an open access, peer-reviewed, CME accredited journal that is published bi-annually. Oruen publishes original research manuscripts, review articles and other works dealing with neurological disorder management, diagnosis, staging, nursing and research.
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European Neurological Review is a peer-reviewed, open access, bi-annual neurology journal comprising review articles, case reports, practice guides, theoretical discussions, and original research. It features balanced and comprehensive articles written by leading authorities, addressing the most important and salient developments in the field of neurology in practical terms.
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The British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing is the leading journal in the UK dedicated specifically to neuroscience nursing. The journal publishes articles on all aspects of clinical practice in neuroscience nursing, including neurosurgery, critical care and long-term neurological conditions. It addresses both paediatric and adult care, and endorses inter-professional working with members of the multidisciplinary team.
Furthermore, through the BJNN we also publish a dedicated stroke care supplement twice per year, every April and October. This serves to provide clinical, peer-reviewed articles about best practice in care and about the prevention and management strategies for stroke care. In addition to the BJNN’s usual distribution to all of our subscribers, this special stroke edition is also distributed in print to the members of UK Stroke Association, and also digitally to the members of the European Stroke Organisation.
Press Releases 2017
Press Releases – For Immediate Release – Click the release to download as .pdf
European Stroke Conference May 2017 Highlights
30 March 2017
ESO Calls for Pan-European FEES Certification
20 March 2017
Media invitation to ESOC 2017 in Prague
2 February 2017
ESO-ESMINT-ESNR Stroke Winter School
Press Releases Archive (2016 & older)
20 February 2015:
Mechanical thrombectomy improves outcomes in acute ischemic stroke