Stroke Management Study Day
The UCD School of Medicine & Medical Science hosts a Stroke Management Study Day on Saturday 1st February 2014 at the UCD Health Science Centre, Belfield, Dublin 4.
This meeting is directed towards all health care professionals interested in updating themselves in the current issues and information involved in managing stroke in Ireland today.
The topics are wide and varied covering the pathway of stroke management from diagnosis and imaging to options in therapeutic intervention and current best practice as evidenced by published and ongoing clinical trials.
Topics to include
An Overview of Stroke in Ireland
Professor Joseph Harbison, Lead Consultant Stroke Physician and Senior Geriatrician, National Clinical Lead in Stroke Medicine, St James's Hospital, Dublin
Hypertension In Stroke
Dr Eamon Dolan, Consultant Geriatrician, Connolly Hospital, Dublin
Radiology of Stroke from - an Emergency Department perspective
Dr Peter MacMahon, Consultant Radiologist, Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Dublin
Intravenous thrombolysis in Acute Ischaemic Stroke – An Overview
Professor Sean Murphy, Co-Director, Acute Stroke Service, Mater Misericordiae Hospital and Associate Professor of Medicine, RCSI Medical School, Dublin
“Escape” study – an overview
Professor David Williams, Consultant Stroke Physician, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin
Interventional procedures in Stroke Management
Dr Seamus Looby, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin
Controversies in CT
Dr Eoin Kavanagh, Consultant Radiologist, Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Dublin
MR Perfusion Studies in Stroke
Dr Ronan Killeen Consultant Radiologist, St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin
Registration Fee €50.00
Student (full-time) €20.00
To Register please click here.
For more information contact:
Ms Jennifer Grehan
Lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging
UCD School of Medicine & Medical Science
The meeting is endorsed by the Irish Institute of Radiography & Radiation Therapy and recognised by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland for CPD purposes.