Grupo de Trabajo en ACV Sociedad Venezolana de Neurología

Stroke Work Group. Venezuelan Neurological Society

The Stroke Work Group of the Venezuelan Society of Neurology is sponsoring and coordinating, for the 4th consecutive year, the activities planned by local Neurologists in the biggest cities in Venezuela, Caracas, Valencia, San Cristobal, Puerto La Cruz-Barcelona, Guanare, Punto Fijo, Coro and Maracaibo, covering all the regions.

The experts will appear on television, radio and printed media on the days leading up to the events, where they will provide information about strokes and will promote the events they will be hosting in their specific cities.

Activities around the country will start in Coro, on October 28th, with an informational conference to patients, family members and anyone interested at a local clinic. On the 29th there will be a conference on prevention in Punto Fijo, a public talk in Puerto La Cruz-Barcelona, and a special conference for patients and their families, who will receive a medical check-up.

Also on the 29th it begins a two day event at a medical store in Maracaibo, where people will receive medical check-ups and awareness brochures about stroke. On the 31th the activities will be organized at a major public park in the city.

In Caracas, there will be parallel activities on the 31st, at the biggest public park in the city and inside a mall, to provide information about prevention, possible symptoms and treatment of stroke. Valencia and San Cristobal will host conferences for medical students, clinical personnel and the general public.

Contact Details

Grupo de Trabajo en ACV Sociedad Venezolana de Neurología
Dr. Mario De Bastos
Caracas, Maracaibo, Valencia,Puerto La Cruz -Barcelona, Punto Fijo, Coro. Guanare , San Cristóbal, Venezuela
Work Phone: 00582122761164
Email Address: unidadacvhuc@gmail.com

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