The Stroke Center Workshop will kick-start the Annual Meeting. There is an unmet need for expanding stroke centers of excellence across the country and healthcare systems, stakeholders involved in the stroke chain of survival, and industry need to join hands in making this a reality. This workshop is intended to bring together healthcare system leadership and administrators, hospital administrators, service line leaders, physician and nurse stroke champions, emergency department (ED) and emergency medical services (EMS) leaders, and industry leaders (Tele-health, Pharmaceutical, and Medical Device) who are interested in learning the requisite components of building, certifying and sustaining a successful stroke center. The workshop will also highlight the business side of developing Stroke Centers and Stroke Systems of Care.
SVIN ANNUAL MEETING
The SVIN Annual Meeting has become a premier academic venue with scientific presentations covering the full spectrum of cerebrovascular diseases and stroke. Topics to be addressed include embolectomy, aneurysms and AVMs, subarachnoid and intracranial hemorrhage, endovascular saves and innovative approaches, new device review, international perspectives, and other related topics. Our speakers are leaders in the field. Given the high level of the field-specific presentations, we anticipate continued attendance by a large proportion of interventional neurology and related endovascular practitioners as well as neurologists interested and subspecialized in the care of patients with vascular diseases.