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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 Organisation2017/11/16 @ 18:30
#ESOC2018 is proud to encourage participants to Run FAST Against #Stroke at the Göteborgsvarvet Half Marathon in Gothenburg - Promote health and fight stroke
ESO - European Stroke Organisation
ESO - European Stroke Organisation2017/11/15 @ 12:45
Approximately 1 in 5 acute ischaemic strokes occur during #sleep - read more on the #ESOBlog written by Dr. Melinda B. Roaldsen http://ow.ly/bD7z30gzwZW #stroke

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2017/11/17 @ 9:24
RT @StrokeEurope: Proud to participate at ESO Guideline Development Workshop, unveiling the proccess of creating clinical recommendations @… ESOstroke photo
2017/11/17 @ 9:20
RT @ECSandset: Buzzing atmosphere as we start #essw17 with my @georgeinstitute mentor Prof Craig Anderson addressing efficiency of clinical… ESOstroke photo
2017/11/17 @ 9:20
RT @LuziaBalmer: @ESOstroke
Great trainers - great participants! Many thanks to all participants of the 6th ESO Guideline Development Work…
ESOstroke photo
2017/11/16 @ 15:30
#ESOC2018 is proud to encourage participants to Run #FAST Against #Stroke at the @goteborgsvarvet Half Marathon in Gothenburg - Promote health and fight stroke
https://t.co/hpeEBn8WMr https://t.co/qGlxq7GiEK
ESOstroke photo
2017/11/15 @ 9:45
Approximately 1 in 5 acute ischaemic strokes occur during #sleep - read more on the #ESOBlog written by Dr. Melinda B. Roaldsen https://t.co/eGEvQsXOCn #stroke https://t.co/DHH3MSlMBt ESOstroke photo
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