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Stroke Rehabilitation Survey

We invite you to complete our 2017 update of the Canadian Stroke Rehabilitation Services Resource Inventory (SRSRI). Continue reading

Do you have unmet learning Needs? Are there stroke topics you would like to learn more about?

Complete our Learning Needs Assessment. All those who complete the survey by Friday February 24th will be entered into a draw for a FREE registration to the 2017 Stroke Congress. Continue reading

H&S 2017 Report on the Health of Canadians

The kids are not alright: How the food and beverage industry is marketing our children and youth to death Continue reading

World Stroke Campaign

Face the facts: stroke is treatable. Stroke devastates lives around the world. It is the leading cause of disability and the second leading cause of death globally. It can happen to anyone at any age and it affects everyone: survivors, …

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Take part in a SBP’s webinar!

Register for two upcoming webinars which include:
  1. Integration and Application of Telestroke across the continuum
  2. Improving your compliance with stroke best practice across settings and professions: Communicating with patients with aphasia
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Save the Date!

Canadian Stroke Congress 2017 is taking place in Calgary from September 9-11, 2017
More information can be found at strokecongress.ca

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Saturday’s highlights from the Canadian Stroke Congress

Shining a light on the future of stroke Continue reading

Friday’s highlights from the Canadian Stroke Congress

Research focused on a healthier future for Canadian families Continue reading

Stroke rehabilitation at a crossroads: We must find ways to deliver intensive therapy to meet the demands of an aging population

While huge strides have been made in post-stroke rehabilitation, new technologies and more community-based therapy are needed, Canadian Stroke Congress told Continue reading

Today’s highlights from the Canadian Stroke Congress

Canada’s best and brightest minds meeting to share the latest in stroke research, prevention, care and recovery. Continue reading