Northern Ireland Stroke Conference 2020
We are pleased to announce that the ninth Northern Ireland Stroke Conference will take place on Tuesday 9 June 2020 at the Crowne Plaza, Shaws Bridge, Belfast. This is a multi-disciplinary conference aimed at those from across the stroke pathway to learn the latest research and service developments in stroke care.
Registration and call for abstracts will open late Jan 2020. To register your interest, sign up for our professionals' newsletter here.
Book your place at the conference and you can:
- 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 stroke care pathway.
- Find out about the latest industry developments and innovations.
- Showcase your work by providing an abstract for poster or oral presentation.
- Gain relevant accredited professional training.
The Northern Ireland Stroke Conference is organised in partnership between the Northern Ireland Multidisciplinary Association for Stroke Teams (NIMAST) and the UK Stroke Forum (UKSF).
See below for further details on the conference last year, or visit UK Stroke Forum for further details about how these conferences are organised.
There are a number of sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available at the Northern Ireland Stroke Conference. Exhibiting at this event will offer a unique opportunity to meet with stroke specialists in one place, whilst raising your organisation profile and generating new business opportunities.
If you're interested in being part of a future event as an exhibitor or a sponsor, please call 02075 660300 and ask for the Corporate Partnerships team, or email email@example.com
Northern Ireland Stroke Conference 2019
On Tuesday, 11 June 2019, over 200 healthcare professionals gathered together to learn the latest updates in stroke research and service development.
Parallel 2B: Person-centred practice, compassion and palliative care (kindly sponsored by Daiichi-Sankyo).
- Palliative care for stroke – what is it and do we need it? - Professor Gillian Mead.
- End of life care, the options - Marie Donnelly.
Plenary 2: Envisaging the future.
- The fundamentals of acute stroke nursing and the Stroke-Specific Education Framework - Professor Dame Caroline Watkins.
- Stroke Rehabilitation: The best is yet to come - Professor Avril Drummond.
Oral Abstract Presentation: Karen Adams – Outcomes after thrombectomy for basilar artery thrombosis in Belfast: A single centre experience.
Best Poster: Wendy Clarke - SIAXI: Efficacy and safety of incobotulinumtoxinA for the treatment of sialorrhea in Parkinson’s disease (PD) and other neurological conditions: Results of a Phase III, placebo-controlled, randomized, double-blind Study.