World Stroke Academy

The World Stroke Academy is the educational platform of the World Stroke Organization that provides high-quality stroke education to healthcare professionals.

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WSA Webcasts

Teaching sessions from the 14th World Stroke Congress in Singapore (26-29 October 2022).

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#MondayTips

Every Monday, WSA Social Media Leader Dr. Rodrigo Guerrero publishes a #MondayTip on the WSA WorldStrokeEd Twitter account, covering a specific stroke related topic. You can find a compilation of our #MondayTips here!

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#WomenInStroke

On the occasion of International Womenโ€™s Day, we at the World Stroke Academy want to celebrate the achievements and careers of Women in Stroke and recognize their contributions, research and mentoring. We interviewed outstanding women who are nominated by World Stroke Organization Board members for their important work in the field of stroke and asked them to contribute with short case studies, featuring female patients.

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Stroke Checklists

The Stroke Checklist project aim is to develop and disseminate actionable, evidence-based stroke care checklists relevant to a global audience in their everyday clinical practice. These checklists address a variety of stroke-related topics ranging from hyperacute thrombolysis and endovascular care to secondary prevention management and rehabilitation. With an emphasis on supportive management, these checklists are deigned to be adaptable to different local resource settings.

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Angels Academy

Visit The Angels Academy โ€“ a free e-learning platform offering high-quality interactive stroke education that includes virtual simulations, CT training, stroke nurse certification courses, advanced training for emergency medical services as well as speaker resources, slides and videos.

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Proposals submission

Call for proposals for the World Stroke Academy that address a literature gap, address a specific need, highlight a recent important guideline, give an update on a controversial/challenging topic, hence being beneficial to clinicians and allied health professionals working in the field of stroke. Submit your proposal here and contribute to our educational platform by featuring your content!

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