ISC, Stroke Nursing Symposium, & Pre-ConLIVE!
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International Stroke Conference 2019

Nursing Symposium & Pre-Con Symposia: Feb. 5, 2019
Sessions: Feb.6–8, 2019
Honolulu, Hawaii

We invite you to participate in the most dynamic and interactive international cerebrovascular and stroke scientific sessions. Cutting-edge thought-leaders, innovators, researchers and clinical practitioners specializing in stroke will gather for three and a half inspiring days in Honolulu. As an online attendee you can participate in the Q & A discussions as well as chose to view sessions based on your schedule up to a week after the conference. Now you can attend and enhance your learning without leaving your desk!

Access the best sessions in real time!


The 2019 offer is over. Check back again in 2020.

Three (3) channels provide state-of-the-science content which can be tailored to your learning needs, with top sessions including:

  • Key Late-Breaking Science abstract results in all three Main Event Sessions
  • Stroke in the Real World: In Search of the Big Kahuna: Rare Causes of Stroke
  • Stroke in the Lab World: Cutting-Edge Topics in Experimental Stroke Research
  • Perspectives on Vascular Cognitive Impairment and Dementia
  • Debate: I Know the Best Way to Select Patients and Perform Stroke Thrombectomy (an AHA/ASA and Stroke Society of Australasia Joint Symposium)
  • Telestroke Systems in the Endovascular Era: Extending the Extended Window (an AHA/ASA and American Academy of Neurology Joint Symposium)
  • CED Talks (Cerebrovascular Education and Discovery)
  • Vulnerable Carotid Plaque Imaging and Management: A New Dawn?
  • Embolic Strokes of Undetermined Source in 2019
  • NIH Clinical and Applied Research Programs in Vascular Contributions to Cognitive Impairment and Dementia (VCID) (Joint Government Agency Session)

Key sessions for nurses include:

  • State-of-the-Science in Stroke Nursing
  • Acute Care: Advances in Clinical Research, Practice and Quality Improvement
  • Plasticity and the Promise of Recovery after Stroke: Novel, Practical and Clinical Considerations
  • It’s Not “One Size Fits All”: Emerging Issues in Caregiving
  • Post-stroke Psychiatric Symptoms
  • Superwoman Syndrome: Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Stroke

Benefits of LiveStreaming

  • Chat amongst other online attendees in real time.
  • Engage in key sessions and submit your questions o the presenters just as if you were sitting in the session room.
  • Access sessions that work for your schedule.
  • Stream sessions from any devices while on the go.

Key sessions* will be live streamed; 3.5 days of interactive programming!

* Live streaming sessions are subject to change and pending presenter permissions. Reference the online program for session times. Live streamed sessions are not CME-accredited.