Ticketed Sessions

Ticketed Sessions

​The ESOC Educational Committee has developed a comprehensive panel of teaching courses and workshops, which are provided by world-renowned stroke experts.

Tickets will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis. Each course has limited places available. Registration for the these sessions will be opened in due course.

Tickets cost €25

Note: Some sessions run at the same time.


Teaching Courses

The goal of the Teaching Courses is to provide you with a practical overview and to improve your knowledge regarding these topics. The teaching courses give you a unique opportunity to interact with the speakers and experts in the field and to get some evidence-based answers to questions that are relevant for your daily clinical practice. 

Teaching Course Topic

Date​

Time​

​Current Challenges in Intravenous Thrombolysis (IVT) for Acute Ischaemic Stroke (AIS)

​Wednesday, May 22

​08:30-10:00

​Non-Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Haemorrhage (SAH)

​​Wednesday, May 22

​14:30-16:00

​Master Class on Challenging Scenarios

​​Wednesday, May 22

​16:30-18:00

​Neurorehabilitation after Stroke

​Thursday, May 23

​​08:30-10:00

​Impact of Cerebral Microbleeds (CMB) on Stroke Management

​Thursday, May 23

​08:30-10:00

​Stroke Unit Certification

​Thursday, May 23

​14:30-16:00

​Monogenic Stroke for Beginners

​Thursday, May 23

​14:30-16:00

​Stroke Mimics

​Thursday, May 23

​16:30-18:00

​How to Develop a Successful Clinical Trial in Stroke (in collaboration with the ESO Trials Committee)

​Thursday, May 23

​​16:30-18:00

​Occult Atrial Fibrillation (AF) in Cryptogenic Stroke 

​Friday, May 24

0​8:30-10:00

​Spinal Cord Ischaemia

​​Friday, May 24

0​​8:30-10:00

​Master Class in Mechanical Thrombectomy in Acute Stroke-Tasks of a Team

​​Friday, May 24

0​​8:30-10:00

​Biomarkers and Stroke

​​Friday, May 24

​10:30-12:00

​Acute Ischaemic Stroke Care beyond Reperfusion

​​Friday, May 24

​​10:30-12:00

​Stroke in the Very Old

​Friday, May 24

​14:15-15:45


Workshops 

Hands-On Workshop on Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES)
Friday, May 24
​0​​8:30-12:00
Description: ​In acute stroke, at least 50% of patients are reported to suffer from dysphagia that increases the risk of complications including malnutrition, dehydration and aspiration pneumonia. The long-term outcome for people with dysphagia is generally worse with higher level of dependency and need for institutional care. Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) is now one of the most frequently used tools for objective dysphagia assessment in Europe. FEES allows evaluation of the efficiency and safety of swallowing, determination of appropriate feeding strategies and assessment of the efficacy of different swallowing maneuvers. 

ESO has developed this workshop together with experts in this area to provide a unique opportunity to gain experience in these techniques. Supported by the European Society of Swallowing Disorders (ESSD) this hands-on workshop provides first insights into this topic and may work as crucial starting point for further education and training.​ ​
​Simulation Workshop: Acute stroke Care Pathways
Friday, May 24
14:15-15:45

DescriptionAfter the success of previous simulation workshops at ESOC, the ESO Simulation Training Committee has developed a new workshop focused on acute stroke pathways using the simulation training methodology. They will include several scenarios in which the attendants will have the opportunity to train their skills in simulated environments based on real clinical cases. Feed-back will be provided in a debriefing discussion with the participation of the experts and attendants. This workshop is open to physicians and nurses. 

​Interactive Workshop on Neuroimaging
Friday, May 24
14:15-15:45

Description: Advanced neuroimaging now has a fundamental role in the decision making in acute stroke. This requires continuous learning of new techniques and their interpretation. In this interactive workshop the speakers will present challenging neuroimaging cases covering both diagnostic and therapeutic situations. The Moderators will also invite the audience to ask questions and make comments about the in order to stimulate discussion and learning. During the workshop, the participants will be able to vote on their personal mobile phones (via the conference app). 


Keep Me Updated