Stroke OnDemand


Experience International Stroke Conference 2023 anytime, anywhere, with Stroke OnDemand™

Access the latest cerebrovascular disease and brain health science anytime, anywhere, and earn CE. Stay current digitally with educational content to match your interests. Learn whenever, wherever – virtually.

If you were unable to attend #ISC23, or you just want to catch up on presentations that you might have missed, you can continue to experience the meetings virtually through Stroke OnDemand™.

Experience breakthrough basic, clinical and population science updates, and immerse yourself in innovative solutions designed to help you in your daily practice. Access all the education, data, and expert perspectives from the meeting — whenever and wherever you choose.

Features Include:

  • Access to over 100 sessions covering 17 different specialty areas
  • State of Science Nursing Symposia, Stroke in the Real World, and Stroke in the Lab World Pre-Cons
  • Meet the Expert sessions with key thought leaders
  • International expert faculty and moderators
  • Accredited Continuing Education available on selected sessions
  • Easy to use search, filter and credit claiming functionality

Pricing

  • $299 - for AHA Professional Members
  • $499 - for Non-Members

Purchase Stroke OnDemand™ today by adding the Gold package to your conference registration to extend your access to ISC23 content through January 31, 2024!

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