Webinars to Introduce World Stroke Day

You can watch our webinar introducing World Stroke Day 2016:

Download a clear version of the webinar slides here



Webinar Topic:  World Stroke Day: Is Stroke Really Treatable?

Abstract: Face the Facts: Stroke is Treatable is the theme for World Stroke Day on October 29th. In this webinar:

 - Our Campaign Manager will introduce you to the new campaign resources;
 - World leading stroke clinicians will discuss the facts behind the treatable theme;
 - Communications experts from prominent Stroke Associations will brainstorm ideas for your own World Stroke Day activities; and opportunities to localize content.

When: Three live webinars will be scheduled in July.

Session 1:

The first webinar is scheduled for: Asia and Oceania
  - Thursday 21st July 2016 @18:00 Australian Eastern Standard Time (10:00 Central European Time)

 - Victoria Gray – World Stroke Campaign Manager
 - Professor Stephen Davis – President, World Stroke Organization; Professor of Translational Neuroscience
 - Mary Orgill - Director Communications, Stroke Foundation, Australia
 - Dr Jeyaraj Durai Pandian – Professor of Neurology

Follow the event online here: Asia and Oceania - Thursday 21st July 2016 @18:00 (AEST)

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 - The other dates are to be confirmed.
 - Participants will have the chance to ask questions of the speakers via a live chat discussion board.
 - Please register your attendance or email campaigns@world-stroke.org.
 - For those who can’t attend the live webinar, a link to the recording will be posted on this page after the event.

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