Northern Ireland Stroke Conference

Event features

  • 200 attendees
  • One day
  • Six conference sessions, each focused on a different aspect of stroke care
  • Over 20 expert speakers and researchers giving talks on the latest research updates and service improvements
  • Over 20 exhibition stands showcasing the latest innovations and industry developments
  • Over 25 research posters
  • Updates from policy makers
  • Stroke survivors sharing their experiences
  • CPD contribution.

Join the conversation on Twitter: @ukstrokeforum  #NISC17.

There are a number of ways that you can get involved, whether you would like to be a title sponsor, exhibit at the event or sponsor a social networking event. Take a look at the sponsorship and exhibition prospectus to find out more.

Register here for the Northern Ireland Stroke Conference - Tuesday 13 June 2017.

2017 key dates and information

Registration opens: January 2017 

Pre-registration closes: Monday 5 June 2017, 5pm

Early bird rates apply until: Monday 27 March 2017

Call for Abstracts opens: January 2017

Please note that payment will be by credit/debit card only.

View delegates rates and terms and conditions.

“The event is a great opportunity to find out more about the latest research and clinical developments in the management of stroke, and a fantastic forum for networking with other interested colleagues”
Professor Suzanne McDonough

Northern Ireland Stroke Conference 2016

This took place on Tuesday 17 May 2016 at La Mon Hotel and Country Club, Castlereagh, Belfast.

To get a flavour of what went on view the 2016 programme and photos.

View the 2016 Northern Ireland Stroke Conference speaker biographies.

View the 2016 Northern Ireland Stroke Conference sponsorship prospectus.

View the 2016 Northern Ireland Stroke Conference sponsors.

"As Northern Ireland considers radical reconfiguration of stroke services the NI Stroke Conference provides a fantastic local forum to hear and discuss with a variety of experts the latest evidence on all aspects of stroke care delivery."
Dr James Kelly (Consultant Physician)