Join us on the second ICTUSnet workshop!

ICTUSnet is pleased to invite you to the second thematic workshop on the current and future challenges of endovascular stroke treatment, which will take place on the 5th of September in Nice (France), following the work done under WP5 “Knowledge exchange, collaboration and mutual learning”. The objective is to discuss innovative remedies to tackle some of the upcoming challenges for endovascular stroke treatment with all the health professionals involved in the sector. The workshop will include brief presentations on three different topics by some of the ICTUSnet partners and invited experts, followed up by open discussion within the participants on the specific topic. The agenda will be as follows:

Pamplona organises a specific training on decisions and management of the acute phase of stroke for professionals from Navarre and La Rioja (Spain)

[text in Spanish] El miércoles, 5 de junio, el Colegio de Médicos de Navarra acogió la formación especializada “Toma de decisiones y manejo de la fase aguda del ictus”, organizado por el Departamento de Salud del Gobierno de Navarra, en colaboración con la iniciativa Angels, y liderado por la Dra. Nuria Aymerich, coordinadora de la Unidad de Ictus del Complejo Hospitalario de Navarra (CHN).

ICTUSnet on the 5th European Stroke Organization Conference

The ICTUSnet project was presented in the 5th European Stroke Organization Conference (ESOC) that took place in Milan (Italy) on May 22-24 2019. Members of the ICTUSnet network exposed the objectives, methods, results and expectations of the project during an e-Poster session. ESOC is the premier European forum for stroke research and rapidly becoming the world’s foremost platform for the release of major trial data.

ICTUSnet participates in the European regional meeting of SAFE

[text in Spanish] Fundació Ictus, socio de ICTUSnet, participó el pasado jueves 9 de mayo en la reunión regional de la Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE). El encuentro, que tuvo lugar en París, reunió a las organizaciones de Irlanda, Reino Unido, Escocia, Francia, Holanda y Grecia para compartir el trabajo realizado por cada entidad en el último año.