Northern Ireland Stroke Conference 2018
Tuesday 12 June, Belfast
Register now by Monday 4 June to secure your place.
- Be part of the debate with key players to shape the Northern Ireland stroke agenda
- Gain an MDT perspective and network with colleagues from across the whole care pathway
- Learn new ideas to improve your practice Hear stroke survivor perspectives
- Discover the latest industry developments and innovations in the exhibition
- Showcase your work by submitting an abstract
What happened at the 2017 Northern Ireland Stroke Conference
Reshaping Stroke Services in Northern Ireland Pre-Consultation
On Tuesday 13 June 2017, a major public conversation in relation to reshaping stroke services across Northern Ireland was launched. You can view a video animation about why these proposals are happening.
- Belfast Telegraph
- BBC Newsline
- BBC News
- BBC Good Morning Ulster
- Belfast Live
- BBC Evening Extra
- Irish News
See the photo highlights.
Northern Ireland Stroke Conference 2017 presentations
Advancing the Stroke Pathway in Northern Ireland
- Centralising to a seven-day acute stroke service in Greater Manchester – lessons learnt: Sarah Rickard (Manager, Greater Manchester Stroke Operational Delivery Network) and Dr Jane Molloy (Consultant Neurologist, Greater Manchester Stroke ODN).
Management of Cardioembolic Stroke
- DOACs – the story so far: Dr Gary Benson (Consultant Haematologist, Belfast City hospital, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust)
Physical and Psychosexual Effects after Stroke
- Enabling people after stroke to retain intimate relationships Dr Neal Cook (Reader, School of Nursing, Ulster University)
- Post-stroke upper limb rehabilitation – next steps: Dr Nick Ward (Reader in Clinical Neurology & Honorary Consultant Neurologist, Sobell Department of Motor Neuroscience UCL Institute of Neurology and National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery)
Reading between the guidelines
- Reading between the guidelines – acute stroke and TIA: Professor Peter Langhorne (Chair of UK Stroke Forum, Professor of Stroke Care, University of Glasgow RCPCH
- Clinical Guideline, Stroke in Childhood: An evidence-based guideline for diagnosis, management, and rehabilitation: Dr Neil Baldwin (Consultant Stroke Physician, Royal Devon and Exeter Foundation Trust)