About This Event
Friday, April 23, 2021 via Zoom Video Conferencing | 8am-4:40pm
Singing River Health System is proud to host our 9th Annual Stroke Symposium virtually this year, thanks to the commitment of our innovative team members, corporate partners, and virtual exhibitors.
If you don’t want to miss out on this great event, click below to register.*
Although the symposium is virtual, space is limited. Please register early to secure your spot!
*When registering, please enter the email address you would like all symposium information sent (work vs personal). You will need access to this email address the day of the symposium. Approximately one week prior to the symposium, you will receive an email with the Zoom instructions. Please do NOT delete that email as the link information will be specific to you.
The purpose of the event is to enhance awareness to both the community and healthcare providers of the latest treatments available for the prevention and care of stroke patients. The event will consist of educational lecturers and materials on the latest advancements in stroke prevention and awareness. Educational lectures will be provided by physicians and other healthcare providers knowledgeable in the treatment and care of stroke patients.
Continuing education in Nursing, Radiology, Therapy (OT, PT, SLP), Social Work, and Pharmacy will be available to those who attend the symposium. CME will also be provided. Symposium content is 6.5 hours. Some disciplines may offer less credit depending on approved content per the organization.
- Strokes and Substance Abuse
- Stroke Risk Factors
- Can We Improve the Long-Term Outcomes of People with Aphasia?
- Stroke Care Best Practices and Program Development
- COVID and Stroke
- Healthcare Providers: How to Avoid Burnout
- Stroke Survivor’s Story
For more information please contact Neuroscience Program Coordinator, Heather Sudduth at [email protected].