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Stroke Care at Abbott Northwestern Hospital: An Evening Symposium at the Am...

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American Swedish Institute - Larson Hall

2600 Park Avenue

Minneapolis, MN 55407

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TARGET AUDIENCE
This symposium is for physicians, nursing staff, advanced practice RN (NP/CNS), EMS and other allied health care professionals interested in the care of stroke patients.

COURSE DESCRIPTION & OVERALL OBJECTIVES
This evening symposium will provide you with new advancements in the treatment of acute strokes, tele medicine , advanced neuro interventional care, and past and present stroke research occurring at Abbott Northwestern Hospital.

At the completion of this conference, participants should be able to:
1. List up to date recommendations for acute stroke care.
2. Understand novel treatments for aneurysms.
3. Discuss current stroke research at Abbott Northwestern Hospital.

COURSE MATERIALS
Symposium handouts will provided to you at the time of sign in.

AGENDA
5:30 pm - Sign-in Begins and Exhibitor Time
6:30 pm –Lectures & Dinner
o WELCOME AND REVIEW OF STROKE TYPES AND RECENT GUIDELINE CHANGES – Dr. Young
o INNOVATIONS IN TELEMEDICINE – Dr. Tarrel
o ADVANCES IN TREATMENT OF LARGE VESSEL STROKES AND ANEURYSMS – Dr. Kayan
o NOTABLE ADVANCEMENTS IN STROKE CARE AND RESEARCH – Dr. Nilanjana Banerji
8:30 pm – Adjourn and Last Chance to see Exhibitors

HOST
M YoungMark Young, MD - Stroke Neurologist
Medical Director ANW Stroke Program

SPEAKERS
TarrelRon Tarrel, DO - Stroke Neurologist
• Describe how telemedicine is used in acute stroke care
• Discuss the future of telemedicine and how we can utilize in better treating the stroke population

Y KayanYasha Kayan, MD - ANW Neurointerventionalist
• Outline up to date recommendations for large vessel strokes
• List novel treatments for aneurysms

S BanerjiNilanjana Banerji, MS, PhD - Director, Clinical Research
• Discuss past and current stroke research at Abbott Northwestern Hospital

ACCREDITATION
Physician - Allina Health is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Allina Health designates this live activity for a maximum of 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Nursing - This activity has been designed to meet the Minnesota Board of Nursing continuing education requirements for 2.0 continuing education units.

ALLINA HEALTH PLANNING COMMITTEE
Dr. Mark Young - Stroke Neurologist
Angelina Buerck RN, BSN, C
Gail Neumann RN, BS, HA, CNRN
Sarah Walker RN, NE-BC
Allison Rupp RN, BSM
Dr. Ron Tarrel - Stroke Neurologist
Dr. Yasha Kayan - Neurointerventionalist
Dr. Banerji Nilanjana, MS, PHD
Liz Kozub, MS, APRN, CNS, CCNS, CNRN, CCRN

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