The Northwestern Ontario Regional Stroke Network
invites you to attend
Acute Stroke Best Practices Workshop
"Advancing Best Practices in Acute Stroke Care"
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
08:00 - 16:00 hrs Eastern (07:00- 15:00 hrs Central)
St. Joseph's Heritage - Georgian Room
63 Carrie St. Thunder Bay, ON
Also available through OTN videoconferencing & Live Webcast throughout Northwestern OntarioClick here for more details
The Northwestern Ontario Regional Stroke Network is one of 11 regional systems established across the province to implement the Ontario Stroke System. The goal is to improve access to evidence-based prevention and care in order to reduce stroke incidence, mortality and residual disability. The system seeks to re-organize stroke-care delivery across the continuum of care, promoting system-change, professional education and public awareness.
The other regions are:
The Northwestern Ontario (NWO) Stroke Network Steering Committee is supported by the Education Advisory Group, the Rehabilitation and Community Re-engagement Advisory Group and the Aboriginal Advisory Group.
Fewer strokes. Better outcomes.
To continuously improve stroke prevention, care, recovery and re-integration.
The Regional Stroke Program and the Stroke Prevention Clinic are located on the 2nd floor of the Medical Centre, adjacent to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre.
Program Contact Information
201 - 984 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON
Phone: (807) 684-6703
Fax: (807) 684-5883
Learn the Signs of Stroke
Face is it drooping?
Arms can you raise both?
Speech is it blurred or jumbled?
Time to call 9-1-1 right away.
Act FAST because the quicker you act, the more of the person you save.
© Heart And Stroke Foundation of Canada, 2014