Welcome to the Central East Stroke Network Website
Our website provides practical tools, information, resources and learning opportunities to implement and promote stroke best practices in CESN across the care continuum.
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Presenter: Dr. Atif Zafar Hosted by: South East Toronto Stroke Network Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/99571333239?pwd=eWhUQnFMTXRISFhvRk95UXpQM0JDdz09
Join us for a 1-hr webinar. Learn more about what makes rehab for the younger adult stroke survivor different, common […]
“The benefits of early detection in the context of dysphagia screening related to stroke: A Canadian success story”
Join us for this 1 hour webinar. Dr. Rosemary Martino, is a Professor in the Department of Speech Language Pathology […]
News/UpdatesView All >
Check out Central South Regional Stroke Network webinar presenting the evidence related to the Post-Stroke Checklist and its application in following patients living with stroke.
New Release Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations for Management of Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Heart & Stroke Canadian Best Practice Recommendations (CSBPR) for Management of Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage (ICH) has just been released. This is a new and separate module as previously ICH was included under acute stroke management. To read the journal article and review all supporting materials – CLICK HERE
Check out this article in the Journal of Patient Experience focusing on the importance of engaging with people with lived experience (PWLE) to support development of stroke clinical practice guidelines. “This pilot project evaluated the feasibility, perceived value, and effectiveness of the Community Consultation and Review Panel (CCRP), a new model to engage PWLE in the writing and review of Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations.” To read more about this CLICK HERE
To celebrate Stroke Month Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) and the Central East Stroke Network (CESN) released four videos in June (2020) highlighting stroke patients and their journey to recovery.
- Ken McCaw, a musician who had a stroke when he was 47 years old
- Kari Smith, who shares her inspiring and emotional story
- Denise and Dave Nielsen, who speak about the importance of calling 911 to activate the appropriate stroke protocols
- Chris and Helen who share their moving story about adaptation and perseverance
CLICK HERE to watch the videos