Industry Supported Sessions Timetable


Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Company Name FromToLocation
Bayer
13:0014:30Hall C
Boehringer Ingelheim13:0014:30
Hall B
BMS Pfizer Alliance 
13:0014:30Hall E
Medtronic
13:0014:30Hall D

 

Thursday, 18 October 2018

Company Name FromToLocation
Allm12:3514:05Hall D
Boehringer Ingelheim 
12:3514:05Hall B
Penumbra12:3514:05Hall E

 

Friday, 19 October 2018

Company Name FromToLocation
Boehringer Ingelheim\Angel12:3514:05Hall D
Stryker Neurovascular12:3514:05Hall C


Wednesday, 17 October 2018

A NEW ERA IN STROKE PREVENTION

SYMPOSIUM IS ORGANIZED AND SUPPORTED BY Bayer

13:00 - 14:30, Hall C

INTRODUCTION

Dr John Eikelboom, Canada

A NEW CHAPTER IN VASCULAR PROTECTION IN PATIENTS WITH CAD AND PAD: THE COMPASS STUDY

Dr John Eikelboom, Canada

FROM THROMBOEMBOLIC TO ATHEROSCLEROTIC STROKE PREVENTION

Dr Mike Sharma, Canada

Q&A AND DISCUSSION

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BREAKING THROUGH THE TIME BARRIER: NEW FRONTIERS IN ACUTE ISCHAEMIC STROKE REPERFUSION

SYMPOSIUM IS ORGANISED AND SUPPORTED BY Boehringer Ingelheim

13:00 – 14:30, Hall B

Chairs: Michael Hill, Canada and Thorsten Steiner,  Germany

WELCOME & INTRODUCTION

Michael Hill, Canada

IMPACT OF GUIDELINE UPDATES ON STROKE CARE

Michael Hill, Canada

STRATEGY 20-20-20: 20 MIN DTN FOR 20% THROMBOLYSIS RATE BY 2020 

Robert Mikulik, Czech Republic

CLINICAL REALITIES OF REPERFUSION OF ACUTE ISCHAEMIC STROKE (2 INTERACTIVE CASE STUDIES)

Thorsten Steiner, Germany

FROM TIME IS BRAIN TO IMAGING IS BRAIN?

Lee Schwamm, USA

SUMMARY

Thorsten Steiner, Germany

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AFib SCREENING/STROKE PREVENTION: THE CASE FOR CHANGE SYMPOSIUM 

SYMPOSIUM IS ORGANISED AND SUPPORTED BY BMS Pfizer Alliance

13:00 - 14:30 Hall E

Chair:  Jeffrey Healey, Canada

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS

 

AFib-RELATED STROKE PREVENTION: TNE EVOLVING LANDSCAPE

Jeffrey Healey, Canada

HOW DO WE ENHANCE  PUBLIC AWARENESS OR AFib?

Trudie Lobban, United Kingdom

COLLABORATION BETWEEN NEUROLOGY AND CARDIOLOGY STAKEHOLDERS:

A CRITICASUCCESS FACTOR

Valeria Caso, Italy

PULLING THROUGH AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL: THE CANADIAN EXPERIENCE

Patrice Lindsay, Canada

PANEL DISCUSSION I QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

 

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SYSTEMS OF CARE: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

SYMPOSIUM IS ORGANISED AND SUPPORTED BY Medtronic

13:00 - 14:30, Hall D

MODERATOR: Mayank Goyal, Canada

Asia

Deidre De Silva, Singapore

Canada

Mayank Goyal, Canada

Europe

Matthieu Cuche

United States

Thomas Devlin, USA

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Thursday, 18 October 2018

INNOVATIVE SMART MOBILE APP SOLUTIONS-

IMPROVING OUTCOMES GLOBALLY IN STROKE CARE CONTINUUM WORKFLOW

SYMPOSIUM IS ORGANISED AND SUPPORTED BY Allm, Inc.

12:35 14:05, Hall D

Chair:   Marc Fisher, USA

MOBILE SOLUTIONS FOR STROKE CARE MAY WORK WELL IN BOTH UNDEVELOPED COUNTRIES

Sheila Martins, Brazil

CHANGING THE LANDSCAPE IN STROKE CARE: THE USE OF MOBILE TECHNOLOGY FOR STROKE TRIAGE AND PRE-HOSPITAL COMMUNICATION

Raul Nogueira, USA

NEXT GEN OF STROKE CARE NETWORK: MODERN AND SIMPLE TECHNOLOGY + SMART WORKFLOW

Demetrius Lopes, USA

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SECONDARY STROKE PREVENTION: NEW EVIDENCE THAT DEMANDS A VERDICT

SYMPOSIUM IS ORGANISED AND SUPPORTED BY Boehringer Ingelheim

12:35-14:05, Hall B

Co-Chairs: Stephen Davis, Australia and Richard Bernstein, USA

SETTING THE SCENE – PREVENTING EMBOLIC STROKE IN 2018

Stephen Davis, Australia

STROKE PREVENTION IN AF: LATEST INSIGHTS ON NOACs

Audience Q&A

Richard Bernstein, USA

EVERY MINUTE COUNTS: DABIGATRAN REVERSAL IN NEUROLOGICAL EMERGENCIES

Audience Q&A

Thorsten Steiner, Germany

PATIENTS WITH ESUS: DIAGNOSIS AND CURRENT TREATMENT OPTIONS

Audience Q&A

Mike Sharma, Canada

IMPLICATIONS FROM RE-SPECT ESUS

Hans-Christoph Diener, Germany

PANEL DISCUSSION AND Q&A

Moderated by Co-Chairs

The information presented at this symposium does not necessarily reflect the content of the approved Canadian product monograph

 

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PENUMBRA LUNCH SYMPOSIUM

SYMPOSIUM IS ORGANISED AND SUPPORTED BY Penumbra, inc.

12:35-14:05, Hall E

UPDATE ON ICH IMAGING AND TREATMENT

Richard Aviv, Canada

STROKE AS A TEAM EFFORT: HOW COORDINATED CARE IMPROVES TIME METRICS AND PATIENT RESULTS

Jeffrey Wagner, USA

COMPASS and PROMISE:  HOW THE EVIDENCE HAS INFLUENCED MY PRACTICE

Vitor Mendes Pereira, Canada

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Friday, 19 October 2018

IMPROVING STROKE CARE ACROSS THE WORLD:

THE ANGELS INITIATIVE

 

SYMPOSIUM IS ORGANISED AND SUPPORTED BY Angels

12:35 – 14:05, Hall D

Chairman: Werner Hacke WSO, Germany

ANGELS EUROPE: STRATEGY AND IMPACT

Dr. Valeria Caso ESO, Italy

INCREASING THE NUMBER OF STROKE UNITS: SUCCESS STORIES IN HOSPITALS IN EGYPT

Magd Fouad Zakaria, Egypt

QUALITY MONITORING TO IMPROVE ACUTE STROKE CARE ON A NATIONAL LEVEL

Ales Tomek, Czech Republic

QUALITY MONITORING AND AWARDS IN IBERO AMERICA

Sheila Martins, Brazil

PROGRESS IN STROKE CARE IN VIETNAM: SUCCESS STORIES IN HOSPITALS IN VIETNAM        

Nguyen Huy Thang, Vietnam

IMPROVING OUTCOMES IN SEVERELY UNDER RESOURCED SETTINGS: SUCCESS STORIES IN HOSPITALS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Anastasia Rossouw, South Africa

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DELIVERING CLINICAL SOLUTIONS TO MORE STROKE PATIENTS

SYMPOSIUM IS ORGANISED AND SUPPORTED BY Stryker Neurovascular

12:35-14:05, Hall C

Moderated: Vitor Pereira, Canada

THROMBECTOMY FOR ANTERIOR CIRCULATION STROKE BEYOND 6 HOURS FROM TIME LAST KNOWN WELL: PRIMARY RESULTS OF AURORA (Analysis of Pooled Data from Randomized StUdies of ThROmbectomy MoRe than 6 hours After Last Known Well)

Raul Nogueira, USA

 

WEAVE:  Wingspan® StEnt System Post MArket SurVEillance Study

Michael Alexander, USA

The SELECT Trial:  OPTIMIZING IMAGING SELECTION FOR ENDOVASCULAR THROMBECTOMY IN ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE

Amrou Sarraj, USA

 

 

Not included in the main event CME/CPD credit

 

 

 

 



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