Stroke Perspectives - An Update from the Frontlines
Presented by The Valley Hospital Stroke Center
When: April 6, 2021 8:30 a.m - 3:30 p.m.
Where: Virtual event
Cost: Free for Valley Health System employees; $50 fee for non-Valley participants
Registration is required.
Improving outcomes for stroke patients requires a multi-departmental approach. This conference will discuss the latest advances in complex stroke patient care in the emergency department, neurovascular suite, operating room, critical care area, and stroke unit settings. Conference sessions will include case studies and dedicated time for questions and answers. This conference is designed to improve the knowledge, competence, and performance of nurses engaged in the daily care of stroke patients in the acute care setting.
Joseph Sedlock, DO, Emergency Department Physician
Acute Management of Stroke: An Emergency Department Perspective
Bree Chancellor, MD, Neurointerventionalist
Acute Ischemic Stroke: Diagnosis and Neurointerventional Treatment
Jonathan Yun, MD, Neurosurgeon
Hemorrhagic Stroke and ICH: Challenges and a New Hope for Treatment
Steven Jacoby, MD, Medical Director, Critical Care
Critical Care Management of Ischemic Stroke
Bradley Klein, MD, Neurologist
Inpatient Workup and Management of Stroke
By attending this conference, nurses will gain a broader perspective on the care provided to complex stroke patients within acute care settings.
The conference is aimed primarily at nurses caring for stroke patients in the acute care setting, including the emergency department, neurovascular suite, operating room, critical care area, and stroke unit settings.
Nursing Contact Hours: The Valley Hospital designates this virtual conference for 5 nursing contact hours. To successfully earn 5 contact hours, participants must attend the entire virtual program. Certificates will be distributed upon completion of program evaluation. Planner and speakers have declared no conflict of interest.
The Valley Hospital is approved as a provider of continuing nursing professional development by New Jersey State Nurses, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. P83-8/20-23.