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Regional Stroke Rounds

Tuesdays 0700 – 0800

Please join us for these dynamic case-based discussions where participants will be able to:

  • Discuss diagnosis and management of TIA and different stroke types.
  • Explain the indication and interpretation of common imaging modalities used to diagnose stroke (i.e. CT/MRI).
  • Discuss difficult TIA/stroke cases from diagnosis, prognosis or treatment standpoint.

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Target Audience: Physicians interested in stroke care practicing at North East Designated Stroke Centres or Telestroke Sites including (but not limited to) Emergency, Radiology, Internal Medicine, Neurology, as well as as well as Nurse Practitioners, Primary Care Physicians and Stroke Nurse.

Moderator: Dr. Ravinder-Jeet Singh, MBBS DM PDF (Stroke) Stroke Neurologist, Health Sciences North

This educational opportunity is accredited through the Northern Ontario School of Medicine Continuing Education and Professional Development Office.

Behaviour Change Post-Stroke

Please join us for this free webinar to learn more abut how a person’s behaviour can change after a stroke and strategies to manage them.

Learning Objectives
Following this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the effects of stroke on behaviour in relation to what areas of the brain are damaged/impacted
  • Identify specific behaviour changes that can result from stroke, and strategies to manage them
  • Become aware of possible triggers for certain behaviours
  • Learn about available resources regarding behaviour change post stroke

Speaker: Margo Collver, RSW,BSW, SWO Stroke Network

Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm

Target Audience: Health Care Providers working in stroke across Northeastern Ontario

Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87123945917?pwd=b3V4QURCN29FUVptMERrQVpPL0VqUT09
(Please click on this link at the time of the event)

Training Workshop for the Chedoke-McMaster Stroke Assessment (CMSA)

The objective of the workshop is to provide the participants with the opportunity to learn to use the measure as a clinical or research assessment tool. Data from our research has indicted that this training workshop is an effective method to train users. Our research into the training of users continued this year and we have just completed a study that indicates that participants who attend the workshop via teleconferencing do as well as persons who attend the face-to-face workshop.

During the one-day workshop, we use videos and group discussion to educate the participants about the administrative and scoring guidelines of the CMSA. Lectures include information about the measure’s development and psychometric properties, and its clinical application. At the end of the workshop, the scoring competency of the participants will be tested. All participants will receive written feedback regarding their performance on the test. Those who meet the scoring criterion will receive a certificate of scoring competency. The letters are distributed within four to six weeks after the workshop.

Workshop Date:

  • Saturday, September 24, 2022

Workshop Schedule:

8:30am-8:45: Introduction
8:45-9:15: Description of the measure
9:15-10:00: Pre-test
10:00-10:15: Break
10:15-10:45: Guidelines for administering the Chedoke Assessment
10:45-12:30pm: Discussion regarding the administration and scoring of the measure using videotapes
12:30-1:00: Lunch
1:00-2:30: Discussion regarding the administration and scoring of the measure using videotapes, continued
2:30-2:45: Clinical application of the measure
2:45-3:00: Break
3:00-3:45: Post-test for scoring competency
3:45-4:00: Wrap-up and evaluation

Instructor

  • Maria Huijbregts, PT, PhD, is Director of Research, Evaluation and Planning at Family Service Toronto.

Target Audience

  • Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, assistants and other Rehabilitation Professionals working in stroke care across Northeastern Ontario. 

Course Format

  • Online lecture and scoring competency testing through Zoom
  • Participants must gather in a room (following all PPE Guidelines) at one of the district stroke centres to participate in the course and be eligible to do the testing.

Registration

  • Registration link to come
  • Cost of course: $100

Please follow all PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Guidelines when participating in this course.

Archived Webinars

The Northeastern Ontario Stroke Network YouTube channel contains archived webinars of interest for those working in stroke care.

Archived Webinars include:

Upcoming Education

The following education events are being planned and information on the dates, cost and registration information will follow.

  • Cardiovascular/Cerebrovascular Symposium, October 26, 2022
  • Post Stroke Aphasia: Translating Evidence into Practice; speaker is Louis-Pierre Auger
  • Mirror Therapy; speaker is Ven Ranjendran
  • Group GRASP Training; speaker is Dr. Janice Eng

Contact Us

The Northeastern Ontario Stroke Network is hosted by the Regional Stroke Centre, Health Sciences North in Sudbury Ontario.

The regional team members from Sudbury are currently working remotely during the pandemic.

Northeastern Ontario Stroke Network
41 Ramsey Lake Road
Sudbury, ON P3E 5J1
Canada

Email: strokeprogram@hsnsudbury.ca

PPE Guidelines

Please follow your employer and local health unit PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Guidelines while participating in education events during the pandemic.

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