Stroke Engine adds e-Learning Modules
One of the best websites for professionals working in stroke rehabilitation just got even better! Stroke Engine has added a new e-Learning section. http://www.strokengine.ca/e-learning/
The first course available is the CPSR-funded e-Aerobics program developed by Marianne Thornton of the Champlain Regional Stroke Network and Dr. Marilyn MacKay-Lyons of Dalhousie University.
The modules were designed in an interactive online format to assist physiotherapists with the knowledge required to follow the best practice guidelines and apply the principles of Aerobic exercise to stroke patients. Aerobic exercise is an important part of stroke rehabilitation.
The new e-Learning portal can also be accessed by clicking on the purple-and-green button on the right side of the strokengine.ca homepage.
Information was provided by: Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery email dated May 1, 2017.