Returning for its tenth year, we are delighted to announce that the Stroke 2022 Conference will be delivered in a hybrid format, welcoming both face to face and virtual delegates.
This year’s event will feature topical lectures, up to date information and an interactive, case based panel session.
Topics that will be covered include: the 2022 European Stroke Organisation guidelines, with guideline authors discussing what’s new; an update on atrial fibrillation management – who should you refer to cardiology?; an interactive session about managing difficult cases; upper limb rehabilitation; and the output from the James Lind Alliance project asking patients and professionals what the priorities should be in stroke research.
To mark this being the 10th annual Stroke Conference, we will also have a look forward to what we hope to see in stroke in the next 10 years
The programme will be of interest to healthcare professionals working in the field of stroke and related specialties including consultants, trainees, stroke nurses and AHPs.
Join us for Stroke 2022 to hear from speakers including:
- Professor Martin Dennis
- Professor Nick Ward
- Professor Joanna Wardlaw
- Professor Derek Connelly
We are now inviting abstracts for our Stroke 2022 poster competition. The poster topic can be clinical, scientific or service related.
The top 3 submissions will be selected for a short oral presentation during the Conference and all other accepted abstracts will be displayed on a digital showcase throughout the event.
Abstracts should be submitted according to the attached instructions (please refer to the downloads section below for more information).
The closing date for submissions is Thursday 17 February 2022. As a Scottish trainee, you can now attend multiple specialist conferences for a one-off study leave payment of £100, further details on how to apply can be found here;
When you have your ID number, please email the coordinator directly so your place can be booked.
Member - £85
Non-member - £169
AHP - £100
Trainee - £95