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American Heart Association (AHA): International Stroke Conference (ISC)

  1. 1. Registration and HousingRegistration and Housing for ISC, the Nursing HOW TO REGISTERSymposium and the ISC Pre-Conference Web: Register online and book your hotel atSymposium will open as follows: strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing.FAHA Members Sept 26 Promo Code DM501AHA/ASA Members* Oct 3Nonmembers Oct 10 Phone, Fax or Mail: For registrationExhibitor/Group Registration Oct 17 instructions and downloadable forms, go to strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing.Join AHA/ASA Professional Membership A one-time $20 service charge will be assessedToday and Save on Registration!** Dallas, Texas 75231-4596 if you choose one of these options. www.strokeconference.org 7272 Greenville Avenue• Stroke Professionals, save up to $300 on ISC registration. Onsite Registration: Onsite registrants must• Nurses, save up to $100 on the Stroke Nursing have a photo ID. For security reasons, you National Center Symposium registration and up to $320 on ISC cannot register another attendee or pick up registration. another attendee’s registration materials.** Must become a member on or before Sept 12, 2012 Please visit strokeconference.org/ to qualify for priority registration and housing. registrationandhousing for the following** Must be a member on or before Jan 2, 2013 to information: receive the Advance Rate Member registration • Registration Reminders/Deadlines discounts. Registration savings dependent on • Membership Information membership tier. • Registration Refund/Cancellation PolicyJoin online today at my.americanheart.org/ • Hotel Information including Cancellation Policymembership. • Conference Hotels and the Hotel Map(Promo Code ACJ074ZZ) • Onsite Registration Information and Registration Hours • Registration Rates Registration Fees: International Stroke Conference Advance Rate Onsite Rate Registration Categories Until Jan 16 After Jan 16 & Onsite Premium Professional Member $500 $600 Premium Professional Plus Member $500 $600 General Professional Member $800 $900 Premium Emeritus Member $75 $175 Early Career Member* $500 $600 E d u cat io n . I n s p i ra t i o n . I l l u m i n at i o n. Nurse Premium Professional Plus Member $315 $415 Register online today at strokeconference.org, Promo Code DM501 Nurse Premium Professional Member $315 $415 Nurse General Professional Member $335 $435 Student/Trainee Member $200 $300 EMT/Paramedic Premium Professional Plus Member $315 $415 EMT/Paramedic Premium Professional Member $315 $415 EMT/Paramedic General Professional Member $335 $435 Technician Member $300 $400 Therapist Premium Professional Member $315 $415 Therapist Premium Professional Plus Member $315 $415 Preliminar y Therapist General Professional Member $335 $435 One Day Only Wednesday/Thursday Member $275 $375 One Day Only Friday Member $200 $300 Program Nonmember $800 $900 Early Career Nonmember* $800 $900 Nurse Nonmember $635 $735 Student/Trainee Nonmember $300 $400 EMT/Paramedic Nonmember $635 $735 Technician Nonmember $400 $500 Therapist Nonmember $635 $735 One Day Only Wednesday/Thursday Nonmember $375 $475 One Day Only Friday Nonmember $300 $400 Spouse/Adult Family Member (Exhibits Only) $100 $200 Registration Fees: State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium Member $125 $225 Nonmember $225 $325 Registration Fees: ISC Pre-Conference Symposium: Primary Care for Stroke Patients: A Surfside View Member and Nonmember $100 $125 Register Online Today! strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing Education. Inspiration. Illumination. Promo Code DM501 13
  2. 2. State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing SymposiumTuesday, Feb 5The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is grateful to the membersof the State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium 2013 Program Committee for theirdedication and leadership provided throughout the year in planning the program.Program CommitteeTerrie Black, MBA, BSN, RN, BC, CRRN, ChairJennifer Cohn, MSN, CNRN, Vice ChairMary Kay Bader, RN, CCNS, FAHA (AANN Liaison)Tamilyn Bakas, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN (ISC Program Committee Liaison)Theresa Green, RN, PhDMillie Hepburn-Smith, MSN, ACNS-BCBarbara Lutz, PhD, RN, CRRN, FAHALinda Pierce, PhD, RN, CNS, CRRN, FAHA, FAANSue Pugh, RN, MSN, CRRN, CNRNKaren Saban, PhD, RN, APRN, CNRNKaren Seagraves, MS, MPH, ACNS-BC, ANP-BC Photo courtesy of: Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor JohnsonDebbie Summers, RN, MSN, FAHA, ARNPFor a list of the Nursing Symposium abstract graders, please go tostrokeconference.org/nursingsymposium.For Registration and Housing information, please go to strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing. Please note that there is a separate registration fee to attendthe Nursing Symposium.Symposium DescriptionThe State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium is a forum designed to provide currentinformation for nursing and other healthcare professionals who treat patients and familiesin all phases of stroke treatment from the emergency department through rehabilitation. Thesymposium will update and inform the audience about nursing issues along the continuumof stroke care (ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke management, rehabilitation and programdevelopment.) The goal of the program is to share innovative best clinical practices thathave been developed to optimize patient outcomes throughout the stroke continuum of care.A plenary program and break-out sessions are planned to meet educational needs fornurses and healthcare professionals at various levels of skill.Learning Objectives• Describe evidence-based practices for stroke management and opportunities to better collect and manage outcomes.• Discuss the mechanism of action, clinical trials, risks and benefits, and appropriate patient selection for recently approved anticoagulants available for stroke prevention and management.• Implement existing and new requirements for certification as either a primary stroke center or a comprehensive stroke center, with a specific focus on the role of the advanced practice nurse.• Define elements common to institutions that have successfully reduced their DTN time to less than 60 minutes and opportunities to integrate such approaches into their own institutions.• Manage evidence-based approaches for stroke and identify opportunities to improve such efforts within their own centers.• Illustrate opportunities to provide additional support and education for the caregivers of stroke patients, particularly men.Continuing Education Accreditation – NursesThe American Heart Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing educationby the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.For full CME/CE accreditation information on the State-of-the-Science Stroke NursingSymposium, please visit strokeconference.org. 1
  3. 3. Nursing Symposium Program Tuesday, Feb 5 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm 7:00 am – 4:00 pm Concurrent A 7:00 am – 10:45 am Advanced Stroke Concepts: Topics in Plenary Session Clinical Research and Practice Moderators: Terrie Black, MBA, BSN, RN, BC, Moderator: Teri Green, RN, PhD, Calgary, AB, CRRN, Williamsville, NY Canada Jennifer Cohn, MSN, CNRN, Coagulation Modifiers: Implications When Indianapolis, IN Cerebral Vessels Clot or Bleed Opening Remarks Gretchen Brophy, PharmD, BCPS, FCCP, Mariann Piano, RN, PhD, FAHA, Chicago, IL FCCM, Richmond, VA Mary Kay Bader, MSN, CCRN, FAHA, Rancho Program Announcements Santa Margarita, CA Sue Pugh, RN, MSN, CRRN, CNRN, Baltimore, MD Oral Abstracts Evidence-Based Stroke Nursing 1:45 pm – 2:05 pm Janice L Hinkle, RN, PhD, CNRN, Washington, Short Break DC Rosemarie King, RN, PhD, FAHA, Chicago, IL Update on the Certification of Comprehensive Elaine L Miller, DNS, RN, CRRN, FAHA, FAAN, Stroke Centers Cincinnati, OH Jean E Range, MS, RN, CPHQ, Oakbrook Patrice M Lindsay, BScN, MEd, PhD, Ottawa, Terrace, IL ON, Canada Oral Abstracts 8:50 am – 9:10 am Discussion Short Break 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Outcome Management: Beyond Process Measures Concurrent B Debbie R Summers, RN, MSN, FAHA, ARNP, Essentials of Standard Clinical Practice Kansas City, MO and Stroke Center Development Timothy Shepard, RN, PhD, CNRN, CNS, Richmond, VA Moderator: Sue Pugh, RN, MSN, CRRN, Claranne P Mathiesen, MSN, BSN, RN, CNRN, CNRN, Baltimore, MD Stroudsburg, PA Target Stroke: Saving Millions of Neurons by DaiWai Olson, PhD, RN, Durham, NC the Minute 10:45 am – 12:00 pm Alex Graves, MS, Aurora, CO Lunch Christy Casper, ANP, Aurora, CO Marissa L Hudak, BS, Denver, CO Ethan Cumbler, MD, Aurora, CO Oral Abstracts 1:45 pm – 2:05 pm Short Break Integration of Stroke Measures into the EHR Irene Katzan, MD, MS, FAHA, Cleveland, OH Oral Abstracts Discussion 2 Register Today – strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing
  4. 4. Nursing Symposium Program12:00 pm – 4:00 pm 12:00 pm – 4:00 pmConcurrent C Concurrent DRehabilitation and Recovery: The Power of CollaborationAn Ongoing Process Moderator: Karen Seagraves, MS, MPH,Moderator: Linda L Pierce, PhD, RN, CNS, ACN-BC, ANP-BC, Atlanta, GA CRRN, FAHA, Toledo, OH NIH Stroke Scale: Nurse and PhysicianClinician Driven Assessment and Supportive CollaborationInterventions for Men in Caregiving Families Judith Spilker, BSN, Cincinnati, OHVictoria Steiner, PhD, Toledo, OH James Gebel, MD, Akron, OHTami Bakas, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN, Katie M Wright, MSN, Canton, OHIndianapolis, IN DiscussionStephanie Vaughn, PhD, RN, CRRN, Fullerton,CA 1:45 pm – 2:05 pmBarbara Lutz, PhD, RN, CRRN, FAHA, Short BreakGainesville, FL Developing a Collaborative Acute StrokeOral Abstracts Network1:45 pm – 2:05 pm Rishi Gupta, MD, Atlanta, GAShort Break Susan Zimmermann, RN, BSN, CNRN, Marietta, GAClinical Management of the Stroke Patient in Kerrin Connelly, RN, MSN, MPH, Atlanta, GAthe Acute Rehab Setting Kevin Yearick, Atlanta, GADavid N Alexander, MD, FAHA, Los Angeles, CA DiscussionNancy D Ashley, APRN, BC, CEN, CCRN,CNRN, Louisville, KY A Regional Approach to Collaboration Susan Zimmermann, RN, BSN, CNRN,Oral Abstracts Marietta, GADiscussion James P Lugtu, RN, Atlanta, GA Tricia Westbrook, FNP, C MSN, CCRN, CNRN, Gainesville, GA Debbie Camp, RN, MHA, Atlanta, GA Discussion For the most current program information and speakers, please go to strokeconference.org/ nursingsymposium. International Stroke Conference 2013 C A LL FOR S C I E N CE Submit Abstracts Late-Breaking Science and Ongoing Clinical Trials Abstracts Submission opens: Oct 10, 2012 Deadline: Nov 7, 2012 * ach submission must include a non-refundable $30 (US) online E payment. Visit strokeconference.org/submitscience for criteria and additional information. Science and Technology Hall (Exhibits) Wednesday and Thursday, Feb 6 - 7, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm For additional information on the Science and Technology Hall, please go to strokeconference.org/exhibits.
  5. 5. NEW! ISC Pre-Conference Symposium:Primary Care for Stroke Patients: A Surfside ViewTuesday, Feb 5 Tuesday, Feb 5The Pre-Conference Symposium of the 8:00 am – 3:30 pmInternational Stroke Conference is designed to Moderators: Theodore Wein, MD, FRCPC, FAHA,provide up-to-date information for healthcare Montreal, QC, Canadaprofessionals caring for patients with, or at risk Allen Hixon, MD, MA, Manoa, Hawaiifor stroke. Each year, this one-day symposium 8:00 Welcomehighlights scientific advances in cerebrovascular Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA,disease while emphasizing their application in the Boston, MAreal world. 8:05 Was It Really a TIA? Clues to DiagnosingThis year, the main focus will be for primary Stroke and TIA Mimicscare clinicians in stroke prevention, diagnosis,management, and treatment in the outpatient 8:40 When to Worry? Risk Assessment of TIAand inpatient settings. Presentations will include in the Officethe need for rapid assessment, diagnosis, and S Claiborne Johnston, MD, FAHA,management of TIA; current guidelines and San Francisco, CApractice in the management of acute stroke; 9:05 What Test to Order? Diagnostic Modalitiesthe appropriate use of warfarin and newer for the Investigation of TIAanticoagulants to reduce primary and secondarystroke risk; and post-stroke sequelae such as pain, 9:40 What Are the Guidelines? Managementfatigue, and depression and other opportunities to and Treatment of Patients with TIA/Strokeprevent and manage these conditions. This year, 10:15 What Should Be Done? Difficult Decisionswe will also include lunch with the experts where in Acute Stroke Managementparticipants can dine and informally discuss cases Cherylee J Chang, MD, Honolulu, HIor ask questions with our faculty. 11:05 Why Am I Blue? Depression in Stroke:Learning Objectives Prevalence, Recognition and Treatment• Distinguish between mimics of stroke and/or Linda Williams, MD, Indianapolis, IN TIA.• Identify how to risk stratify TIA patients in the 11:40 am – 12:40 pm office. Lunch with the Experts:• Review current guidelines for TIA/stroke Bring Your Cases and Questions investigations and treatments. All Faculty (A boxed lunch will be provided.)• Establish how to incorporate new anticoagulants in the treatment of cardioembolic stroke. 12:40 Old Agent, New Agent or No Agent?• Discuss how to identify and treat: post stroke The Decision to Anticoagulate depression, establish who can drive, and Daniel E Singer, MD, Boston, MA common post stroke pain syndromes. 1:15 pm – 1:55 pm• Describe long term management of the stroke patient. Concurrent IA: Who Can Receive TPA?The American Heart Association/American A Case Based ApproachStroke Association is grateful to the members Matthew A Koenig, MD, Baltimore, MDof the ISC Pre-Conference Symposium 2013 Concurrent IB: Doctor, Can I Drive?Program Committee for their dedication and Nicol Korner-Bitensky, OTR, PhD, DDO,leadership provided throughout the year in Montreal, QC, Canadaplanning the program.Program Committee Concurrent IC: Why Do I Hurt? PostTed Wein, MD, FRCPC, FAHA, Chair Stroke Pain Syndromes: Diagnosis andAlan Bell, MD, MCFP ManagementAllen Hixon, MD, MA         2:00 pm – 2:45 pmBrett Kissela, MD, MSMelvin Wong, MD Concurrent IIA: Who Can Receive TPA?Kyra Becker, MD, FAHA (ISC Program A Case Based Approach Committee, Vice Chair) Matthew A Koenig, MD, Baltimore, MDSteven Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA (ISC Program Committee, Chair) Concurrent IIB: Doctor, Can I Drive? Nicol Korner-Bitensky, OTR, PhD, DDO,Continuing Medical Education Accreditation – Montreal, QC, CanadaPhysiciansThe American Heart Association is accredited Concurrent IIC: Why Do I Hurt?by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Post Stroke Pain Syndromes:Medical Education to provide continuing medical Diagnosis and Managementeducation for physicians. 3:00 Follow-up of the Post Stroke Patient:Continuing Medical Education Accreditation – 11 Questions You Should Always Ask Theodore Wein, MD, FRCPC, FAHA,Physician Assistants Montreal, QC, CanadaAAPA accepts Category I credit from AOACCME,Prescribed credit from AAFP, and AMA PRA 3:25 Closing RemarksCategory 1 Credit™ from organizations Kyra Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, WAaccredited by ACCME. For the most current program information andFor full CME/CE accreditation information on the speakers, please go to strokeconference.org/ISC Pre-Conference Symposium, please visit programming, Pre-conference Symposium page.strokeconference.org.Please note that there is a separate registration feeto attend the ISC Pre-Conference Symposium. 4 Register Today – strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing
  6. 6. ISC Program InformationThe American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is grateful to the members of theInternational Stroke Conference 2013 Program Committee for their dedication and leadership providedthroughout the year in planning the program.Program CommitteeSteven Greenberg, MD, PhD, Andrew Demchuk, MD Christopher Moran, MD FAHA, Chair Gabrielle deVeber, MD Lewis Morgenstern, MD, FAHA,Kyra Becker, MD, FAHA, Vice Conrado J Estol, MD, PhD Past Chair Chair Joshua Goldstein, MD, PhD, FAHA Bo Norrving, MD, PhD, FESCFelipe Albuquerque, MD Nicole Gonzales, MD Randolph Nudo, PhDBill Armstead, PhD, FAHA Murat Gunel, MD, FACS (AANS/CNS/ Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, FAHATamilyn Bakas, PhD, RN, FAHA, SNIS Liaison) Aman Patel, MD FAAN Mary Haan, MPH, DrPH Peter Rasmussen, MDTom Carmichael, MD, PhD Edward Jauch, MD, MS, FAHA, FACEP Joel Stein, MDBob Carter, MD, PhD Peter Kelly, MD, MS, FRCPI, ABPN (Dip) Ji-Guang Wang, MD, PhDSeemant Chaturvedi, MD, FAHA, Pooji Khatri, MD, FAHA Darin Zahuranec, MD FAAN Kennedy Lees, MD Sam (Osama) Zaidat, MDProgram DescriptionThe International Stroke Conference is the world’s largest meeting dedicated to the science and treatmentof cerebrovascular disease. This 2½-day conference features more than 1,200 presentations thatemphasize basic, clinical and translational sciences as they evolve toward a more complete understandingof stroke pathophysiology with the overall goal of developing more effective prevention and treatment.Sessions in clinical categories will center on stroke community risk factors, emergency care, acuteneuroimaging, endovascular and nonendovascular treatment, diagnosis, cerebrovascular occlusivedisease, in-hospital treatment, and outcomes of stroke. Sessions in basic science categories focus onvascular biology in health and disease, experimental mechanisms and models, and basic and translationalneuroscience of stroke recovery. Further specialized topics include rehabilitation and recovery, pediatricstroke, intracerebral hemorrhage, nursing, preventive strategies, vascular cognitive impairment, aneurysm,subarachnoid hemorrhage and other neurocritical management, vascular malformations, and ongoingclinical trials. Cutting-edge presentations on these topics attract a wide range of healthcare professionalsand investigators including adult and pediatric neurologists, neurosurgeons, neurointerventionalists,neuroradiologists and interventional radiologists, physiatrists, emergency medicine specialists, primary carephysicians, nurses and nurse practitioners, rehabilitation specialists, physical, occupational, and speechtherapists, pharmacists, and basic researchers spanning the fields of cerebrovascular function and disease.Learning ObjectivesAt the conclusion of the International Stroke Conference, participants should be able to:• Identify recent advances in basic models of stroke and translational research.• Evaluate recent advances in the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of cerebrovascular disease.• Analyze new and ongoing clinical research advances through late-breaking science and ongoing clinical trials sessions.• Communicate in the interactive exchange of new research, treatment and intervention with scientists and investigators working in all areas of cerebrovascular disease.• Interpret the rapidly changing areas within the stroke spectrum such as emerging options for the diagnosis and treatment of acute stroke, mechanisms of stroke recovery, and the impact of vascular cognitive impairment.• Appraise the diverse challenges presented by cerebrovascular disease to specific populations, including ethnic and racial minorities, women, children, and developing communities.CME/CE DisclosureAll persons who develop and/or control educational content in CME/CE activities sponsored by theAmerican Heart Association will disclose to the audience all financial relationships with any commercialsupporters of this activity as well as with other commercial interests whose lines of business are related tothe CME/CE-certified content of this activity. In addition, presenters will disclose unlabeled/unapproveduses of drugs or devices discussed in their presentations. Such disclosures will be made in writing incourse presentation materials.Continuing Medical Education Accreditation – PhysiciansThe American Heart Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Continuing Medical Education Accreditation – Physician AssistantsAAPA accepts Category I credit from AOACCME, Prescribed credit from AAFP, and AMA PRA Category 1Credit™ from organizations accredited by ACCME.Continuing Education Accreditation – NursesThe American Heart Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by theAmerican Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.For full CME/CE accreditation information on the International Stroke Conference, please visitstrokeconference.org.Legal DisclaimerThe International Stroke Conference is a scientific and educational meeting for the purpose of exchangingand discussing research results and scientific developments in the field of cerebrovascular disease.Accordingly, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association cannot and does not offerany assurance or warranty of the accuracy, truthfulness or originality of the information presented at theconference.For the most current program information, please visit strokeconference.org/programming 5
  7. 7. ISC Preliminary Program Wednesday, Feb 6 Timing of Cardiac Valve Replacement in the Setting of Endocarditis and Intracranial 6:00 am – 7:30 am Septic Emboli/Pseudoaneurysms Assessing Outcome after Subarachnoid ( Aneurysm ) Hemorrhage Moderator: Alexander Khalessi, MD, MS, ( SAH and Other Neurocritical Management ) San Diego, CA Moderators: Robert Loch MacDonald, MD, Intracranial Aneurysm and Septic Emboli PhD, Toronto, ON, Canada Risk from TEE Proven Endocarditis: State of the Stephan A Mayer, MD, FAHA, Literature New York, NY Thomas Hemmen, MD, PhD, La Jolla, CA Overview of Outcome in SAH: Prognoses, Risk Perioperative Neurological Complications for Factors and Limitations fo Current Assessment Cardiac Valve Replacement in the Setting of Scales Unsecured Intracranial Aneurysms: The Case for Gabriel Rinkel, MD, FAHA, Utrecht, Deferred Cardiac Surgery Netherlands Risk of Acute Surgical or Endovascular Developing Finer Outcome Measures: What Are Management of Intracranial Lesions Secondary Some Tests To Use and What Do They Mean to Endocarditis Tom Schweizer, PhD, Toronto, ON, Canada Mark Bain, MD, Cleveland, OH Post-traumatic Stress Disorder after SAH Synthesis: Timing of Cardiac Valve Replacement Developing Surrogate Markers for Outcome: in the Setting of Intracranial Lesions Imaging, Biomarkers, Cognitive Scales and Felipe Albuquerque, MD, Phoenix, AZ Recent Clinical Trials Discussion Peter Le Roux, MD, FACS, Philadelphia, PA Oral Abstract Sessions Discussion Inflammatory Biomarker in Risk Prediction 7:30 am – 7:40 am for Stroke and Vascular Cognitive Impairment Short Break ( Community/Risk Factors ) 7:40 am – 9:10 am Moderator: Masayasu Matsumoto, MD, PhD, Hiroshima, Japan Building Definitive Evidence for Acute Endovascular Stroke Therapies Biomarker Candidates Common to Stroke and ( Acute Endovascular Treatment ) Dementia Moderators: Felipe Albuquerque, MD, Inflammatory Biomarkers for Cardiovascular Phoenix, AZ Events in Healthy Population Marc Ribo, MD, PhD, Barcelona, Thomas Wang, MD, Boston, MA Spain Cerebral Small Vessel Disease and Inflammatory Completed and Ongoing Trials of Acute Biomarkers Endovascular Therapies: An Overview Kazuo Kitagawa, MD, PhD, Suita, Japan Pooja Khatri, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH Biomarkers for Recurrent Stroke after Minor Trials Comparing Devices: SWIFT and Others Stroke and TIA Helmi Lutsep, MD, FAHA, Portland, OR Discussion Comapring IV to IA Therapy: Synthesis and Posterior Circulation Stroke BASICS ( Cerebrovascular Occlusive Disease ) Wouter J Schonewille, MD, Utrecht, Netherlands Moderator: Bo Norrving, MD, PhD, FESC, Lund, Sweden Novel Selection Paradigms: The Penumbra THERAPY Trial, Etc Brain Stem Syndromes: Which Ones Are Useful J Mocco, MD, MS, Nashville, TN for Clinical Practice? Jong S Kim, MD, PhD, Seoul, Korea, Discussion Republic of Current Status of Research on Brain AVM: Basilar Artery Occlusion: Decision Making on Molecular Studies to Randomized Trials Thrombolytic Therapy or Thromectomy? ( Vascular Malformations ) Heinrich P Mattle, MD, Bern, Switzerland Moderator: Issam A Awad, MD, MSc, FACS, Posterior Circulation Vasoconstriction Syndrome: MA (hon), Chicago, IL Update on Clinical Features, Pathophysiology and Aberrent Angiogenic Signaling and Animal Management Modeling Studies Aneesh B Singhal, MD, Boston, MA William L Young, MD, San Francisco, CA Malignant Cerebellar Infarction: The Role of Human Genetic Studies Decompressive Surgery Observational Studies/Use of Registries Discussion Randomized Trials Discussion 6 Register Today – strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing
  8. 8. ISC Preliminary Program Overcoming Challenges in Advancing MRI with Diffusion Should Be the First Line Understanding of Cerebral Small Vessel Imaging Modality for the TIA Patient Disease – an International Effort MRI with Diffusion Should Not Be the First Line ( Vascular Cognitive Impairment ) Imaging Test for the TIA Patient Moderators: Anand Viswanathan, MD, PhD, Discussion Boston, MA Vladimir Hachinski, MD, FRCPC, Molecular Neuroimaging in Vascular DSc, London, ON, Canada Cognitive Impairment ( Vascular Cognitive Impairment ) Why Do We Need Standards for Imaging of SVD – Setting the Scene Moderators: Geoffrey Donnan, MD, MBBS, Martin Dichgans, MD, Munich, Germany FAHA, FRACP, Melbourne, Australia How Can We Harmonise the Language Use in Vincent Mok, MD, FRCP the Field? (Edinburgh), FHKAM, MRCP, Joanna Wardlaw, MD, Edinburgh, MBBS, Hong Kong, China United Kingdom Molecular Neuroimaging in Dementia Research: Can We Recommend a Core Image Acquisition Current Status Protocol Eric Smith, MD, Calgary, AB, Canada Amyloid Imaging for Diagnosis of Pure Vascular Dementia Can We Recommend Standards for Quantification Duk L Na, MD, Seoul, Korea, Republic of of SVD on Imaging? Hugues Chabriat, MD, Paris, France Molecular Neuroimaging in Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy Discussion M Edip Gurol, MD, Boston, MA Oral Abstract Sessions MR Spectroscopy in Dementia Research: Findings Driven by Ischemia or Alzheimer’s Pathology? 9:10 am – 9:30 am Short Break/Science and Technology Discussion Hall New Strategies in Detection of Cardioembolism ( Preventive Strategies ) 9:30 am – 11:00 am Plenary Session I Moderators: Ken Uchino, MD, Cleveland, OH Maher Saqqur, MD, MPH, FRCPC, Moderators: Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, Edmonton, AB, Canada FAHA, Boston, MA Kyra Becker, MD, FAHA, Advances in Cardiac Imaging and Ultrasound for Seattle, WA Improved Detection of Cardiac Embolism Hee Joon Bae, MD, PhD, Seongnam-si Welcome Gyeonggi-d, Korea, Republic of Nancy Brown, AHA CEO, Dallas, TX Prolonged Rhythm Monitoring for Detection of AHA/ASA President’s Remarks Silent Atrial Fibrillation Donna K Arnett, PhD, BSN, FAHA, Alejandro Rabinstein, MD, Rochester, MN Birmingham, AL Potential for Blood Biomarkers to Improve ISC Program Chair Welcome Identification of Cardiogenic Embolism Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Frank Sharp, MD, FAHA, FAAN, Sacramento, CA Boston, MA Selecting Patients for Screening for Atrial In Memoriam: C Miller Fisher Fibrillation for Primary and Secondary Stroke Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Prevention Boston, MA S Claiborne Johnston, MD, FAHA, Robert G Siekert New Investigator Award San Francisco, CA in Stroke and William M Feinberg Award Discussion Presentations Successful Implementation of New Models 11:00 am – 12:30 pm of Nursing Care to Improve Stroke Outcomes Science and Technology Hall ( Nursing ) Fellow and Early Career Luncheon: Finding Moderators: Wende Fedder, RN, MBA, FAHA, and Walking the Various Career Paths in Stroke: Arlington Heights, IL Stories of Younger Faculty Margaret Kelly-Hayes, EdD, RN, (ticket required; seating is limited) FAAN, Boston, MA Nursing and Rehabilitation Professionals Acute Stroke Educational Programming for Luncheon (ticket required; seating is limited) Nurses: Lessons Learned Anne Alexandrov, PhD, RN, CCRN, FAAN, 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm Birmingham, AL Cost Effective Imaging for Patients with Nurses as Change Agents: Delivery of Evidence- TIAs (Debate) based Clinical Practice ( Diagnosis ) Dominique Cadilhac, BN, PhD, Clayton, Australia Moderator: Seemant Chaturvedi, MD, FAHA, FAAN, Detroit, MI Current TIA Evaluation Guidelines Jin-Moo Lee, MD, PhD, St Louis, MOFor the most current program information, please visit strokeconference.org/programming 7
  9. 9. ISC Preliminary Program Enhancing Rehabilitation through Workforce White Matter Injury in Stroke Development (Basic and Translational Neuroscience of Caroline Watkins, PhD, BA (Honors), RN, Stroke Recovery) Preston, United Kingdom Moderators: Lyanne C Schlichter, PhD, Toronto, STAND FIRM (Shared Team Approach between ON, Canada Nurses and Doctors for Improved Risk Factor Joanna M Wardlaw, MD, Management) for Stroke Patients – A Cluster Edinburgh, United Kingdom Randomised Controlled Animal Models of White Matter Stroke Amanda Thrift, PhD, PGDipBiostat, S Thomas Carmichael, MD, PhD, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia CA Discussion Role of Altered Neurotransmitter Signaling in Oral Abstract Sessions White Matter Pathology after Stroke Carlos Matute, PhD, Leioa, Spain 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm The Effects of Age on White Matter Injury after Break/Science and Technology Hall Stroke 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm Selva Baltan, MD, PhD, Cleveland, OH White Matter Injury in Models of Intracerebral Novel Anticoagulants in Vascular Neurology Hemorrhage Practice (Debate) Guohua Xi, MD, Ann Arbor, MI (Preventive Strategies) Discussion Moderator: M Edip Gurol, MD, Boston, MA Junior Investigator Session I New Anticoagulants Should Be Considered First Line of Treatment for Secondary Stroke Oral Abstract Sessions Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation: Pro Gregory J del Zoppo, MD, MS, FAHA, 4:15 pm – 4:45 pm Seattle, WA Professor-Led Poster Tours by Category: Moderated Q&A with Poster New Anticoagulants Should Be Considered Presenters First Line of Treatment for Secondary Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation: Con 4:45 pm – 5:15 pm New Anticoagulants in Stroke Neurology: Poster Session with Poster Presenters Practical Issues Hans-Christoph Diener, MD, PhD, FAHA, FAAN, Essen, Germany Thursday, Feb 7 Discussion 6:00 am – 7:30 am The Next Big Thing in Stroke Complementary and Alternative Medicine in (at Lightning Speed) Stroke Patients Moderators: Kyra Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, (Multidisciplinary Clinical Rehabilitation) WA Moderator: Jeyaraj D Pandian, MD, DM, Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, FRACP, Ludhiana, India FAHA, Boston, MA Role of Acupuncture in Stroke Recovery Session Overview Ming Liu, MD, Chengdu, China Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA How Can We Conduct Stroke Trials Using CAMs? Christopher Chen, MD, Singapore, Singapore Speakers: Ralph L Sacco, MS, MD, FAAN, FAHA, Role of Indian Traditional Medicine in Stroke Miami, FL Recovery Lewis B Morgenstern, MD, FAHA, P N Sylaja, MD, Trivandrum, India Ann Arbor, MI CAMs: East and West Collaboration Valery Feigin, MD, MSc, PhD, FAAN, Marc Fisher, MD, Worcester, MA Auckland, New Zealand Michael Moskowitz, MD, Charlestown, MA Discussion Randolph J Nudo, PhD, FAHA, Kansas City, KS Hospital Profiling by Stroke Outcomes: Elizabeth Tournier Lasserve, MD, Paris, France How Do We Define “Quality”? Discussion (Outcomes, Quality and Health Services Research) Moderators: Janet Prvu Bettger, ScD, FAHA, Durham, NC Eric E Smith, MD, Calgary, AB, Canada Reporting Stroke Outcomes: Overview and Current Status Irene Katzan, MD, MS, FAHA, Cleveland, OH Evaluating Models of Stroke Outcomes for Hospital Profiling: What Neurologists Need to Know Mathew J Reeves, BVSc, PhD, FAHA, East Lansing, MI 8 Register Today – strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing
  10. 10. ISC Preliminary Program Public Reporting of Outcomes in Cardiovascular Results of Early Clinical Trials of Stem Cell Medicine: Lessons Learned from Our Cardiology Therapy in Stroke and Future Design Colleagues Philip M Bath, BSc, MB, MD, FRCPath, FRCP, Are Stroke Outcomes Really a Measure of Quality FESC, Nottingham, United Kingdom of Care? What Can Stroke Stem Cell Trialists Learn from Moira Kapral, MD, MS, Toronto, ON, Canada Cardiac Stem Cell Trials? Discussion Discussion Stroke, Autonomic Function and State of Affairs: Stroke Care and Outcomes Immunomodulation: Beyond the Insula? among Pacific Islanders, Asians and Native (Experimental Mechanisms and Models) Populations Moderator: Lee H Schwamm, MD, FAHA, (Community/Risk Factors) Boston, MA Moderators: Philip Gorelick, MD, FAHA, Grand The Brain Cardiac Connection Rapids, MI Amanda Thrift, PhD, PGDipBiostat, Hospital Acquired Pneumonia Is Linked to Right Melbourne, Australia Peri-Insular and Brain Stem Stroke Andre Kemmling, MD, Hamburg, Germany Stroke Epidemiology, Care Quality and Outcomes in Asia Stroke and Fatal Cardiac Outcomes: Lawrence Wong, MD, Shatin, Hong Kong Beyond the Insula Max J Hilz, MD, Erlangen, Germany Stroke Risk and Management among Pacific Islanders Stroke-induced Immunodeficiency Valery Feigin, MD, MSc, PhD, FAAN, Discussion Auckland, New Zealand Bugher Foundation Session The Epidemiology and Burden of Stroke in Indigenous Australians Oral Abstract Sessions Judith M Katzenellenbogen, PhD, Perth, Australia 7:30 am – 7:40 am Short Break Stroke Outcomes among Asians/Pacific Islanders/ Native Populations in the US 7:40 am – 9:10 am Mai Nguyen-Huynh, MD, MAS, San Francisco, CA C Miller Fisher’s Approach to Stroke: Past, Present and Future Discussion (Diagnosis) Oral Abstract Sessions Moderator: J Philip Kistler, MD, Boston, MA 9:10 am – 9:30 am “No Man’s Land”: Large Vessel Brain Disease Short Break/Science and Technology J P Mohr, MS, MD, FAHA, FAAN, New York, NY Hall “Outnumbering All Other Lesions Combined”: Lacunar Infarction 9:30 am – 11:00 am Geoffrey Donnan, MD, MBBS, FAHA, FRACP, Plenary Session II Victoria, Australia Moderators: Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, “Avalanche”: Intracerebral Hemorrhage FAHA, Boston, MA Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Kyra Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, Boston, MA WA “Quite Different from a Gaping Patulous Hole”: Mordecai Y T Globus New Investigator, Stroke Subarachnoid Hemorrhage and Vasospasm Care in Emergency Medicine, and David Sherman Robert Loch MacDonald, MD, PhD, Toronto, Award Presentations ON, Canada Highest Scoring Abstracts Submitted to ISC 2013 Discussion 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Progress in Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke Science and Technology Hall (Basic and Translational Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery) Fellow and Early Career/Stroke Leader Roundtable Luncheon Moderators: Gary K Steinberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, (ticket required; seating is limited) Stanford, CA David Hess, MD, Augusta, GA 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm Small Animal Studies of Stem Cell Therapy in Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification: Stroke Current Update Koji Abe, MD, PhD, Okayama, Japan (Emergency Care/Systems) Large Animal Studies of Stem Cell Therapy in Moderators: Karen Kolbusz, MBA, Chicago, IL Stroke Jean E Range, MS, RN, CPHQ, Dileep R Yavagal, MD, Miami, FL Oakbrook Terrace, IL Becoming a Comprehensive Stroke Center: A Guide to Certification Lori Mossaro, MSN, CRNP, Pittsbugh, PAFor the most current program information, please visit strokeconference.org/programming 9
  11. 11. ISC Preliminary Program Metrics for Measuring Comprehensive Stroke Lessons Learnt from Rewarding the Brain Center Quality (the Psychiatry Experience) Edward C Jauch, MD, MS, FAHA, FACEP, Virtual Reality Gaming Technology Engaging the Charleston, SC Brain Reward System in Stroke Rehabilitation Advanced Resources at the Comprehensive Gustavo Saposnik, MD, MSc, FAHA, Toronto, Stroke Center: What Capabilities Do You Need ON, Canada to Have? Reward Improves Memory Retention and Motor Adnan I Qureshi, MD, FAHA, Minneapolis, MN Function Discussion Leonardo Cohen, MD, Bethesda, MD The First 24 Hours after Stroke Discussion (In-Hospital Treatment) Ethical Decisions on Life Sustaining Moderators: Joseph Broderick, MD, Cincinnati, Treatments after Severe Stroke OH (Outcomes, Quality and Health Services Markku Kaste, MD, PhD, FESO, Research) FAHA, Helsinki, Finland Moderators: Eric Juettler, MD, MSc, Ulm, Prevention of Complications   Germany Blood Glucose and Blood Pressure: To Treat or Darin Zahuranec, MD, Ann Arbor, Not To Treat? MI Else Charlotte Sandset, MD, Oslo, Norway Prognostic Uncertainty after Severe Stroke Clinical Progression and Early Recurrence: Claire Creutzfeldt, MD, Seattle, WA Anything We Can Do Communication, Shared Decision-making and Shelagh B Coutts, BSc, MBChB, MD, FRCPC, Surrogate Decision Makers FRCP(Glasg), Calgary, AB, Canada Withdrawal or Continuation of Life Sustaining To Whom Hypothermia/Craniectomy? Treatments in the Face of Today’s Health Care Stefan Schwab, MD, Erlangen, Germany System Discussion Palliative Care and End-of-Life Decisions in The Stroke Skeptic: What Is the Role of Stroke Neural Repair Events in the Brain in Human Robert G Holloway, MD, MPH, Rochester, NY Functional Recovery after Stroke? Discussion (Basic and Translational Neuroscience of MicroRNA’s in Cardio and Cardio & Stroke Recovery) Cerebrovascular Disease Moderators: Rajiv R Ratan, MD, PhD, White (Vascular Biology in Health and Disease) Plains, NY Moderator: Kathryn J Moore, PhD, New York, S Thomas Carmichael, MD, PhD, NY Los Angeles, CA Regulatory Role of miRNAs in Cerebral Ischemia Axonal Sprouting and the Formation of New Rona G Giffard, PhD, MD, Stanford, CA Connections after Stroke Randolph J Nudo, PhD, FAHA, Kansas City, miR-33 as a Therapeutic Target in KS Cardiometabolic Disease Katey Rayner, PhD, New York, NY Cortical Map Plasticity in Experimental Stroke Models MicroRNAs in Ischemia Rick Dijkhuizen, PhD, Charlestown, MA Raghu Vemuganti, PhD, Madison, WI Human Cortical Map Plasticity and Recovery RNA Links Activation of COX-2 with Other Gottfried Schlaug, MD, PhD, Boston, MA Pro-inflammatory Genes and May Impact Drug Development and Disease Post-Stroke Functional Networks David Corey, PhD, Dallas, TX Steven C Cramer, MD, Orange, CA Discussion Discussion State Stroke Systems of Care: Oral Abstract Sessions Where’s the Beef? (Outcomes, Quality and Health Services 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm Research) Break/Science and Technology Hall Moderators: Eric Aldrich, MD, PhD, Baltimore, 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm MD Jeffrey L Saver, MD, FAHA, FAAN, Enhancing Stroke Rehabilitation: Engaging Los Angeles, CA the “Brain Reward System” (Multidisciplinary Clinical Rehabilitation) “The Situation Room”: Current Stroke System Implementation in the US Moderators: Gottfried Schlaug, MD, PhD, Lee H Schwamm, MD, FAHA, Boston, MA Boston, MA Steven C Cramer, MD, Orange, CA “All in the Family”: Roles and Responsibilities of Comprehensive Stroke Centers and Acute Stroke Basic Principles and Neural Pathways of the Ready Hospitals in the System of Care Brain Reward System Mark J Alberts, MD, FAHA, Chicago, IL 10 Register Today – strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing
  12. 12. ISC Preliminary Program “Father Knows Best”: Certification, Reporting, Emergency Care Systems for Stroke in Accountability and Outcomes for Stroke Centers Southeast Asia in the US   National Health System Stroke Improvement: Adam Kelly, MD, Rochester, NY   Sweden “West Wing”: How Might the “Return on Bo Norrving, MD, PhD, FESC, Lund, Sweden Investment” (ROI) and Incentives for Hospital Nationwide Stroke System Improvement: Veterans Participation Change in the Transition from Fee Health Administration for Service to Population Health Management Linda Williams, MD, Indianapolis, IN Creagh Milford, DO, Boston, MA   Discussion Discussion Outcomes from Stroke in the Developing or IMS III: Results and Perspective the Mature Brain: The Impact of Age Moderators: Patrick Lyden, MD, Los Angeles, (Pediatric Stroke) CA Moderators: Rebecca N Ichord, MD, Kennedy R Lees, MD, Glasgow, Philadelphia, PA United Kingdom Anneli Kolk, PhD, MD, Tartu, IMS III: Overall Results and Major Subgroup Estonia Comparisons (Baseline NIHSS, Time to IV t-PA, What Can Animal Models Teach Us about Age- Time to Groin, Baseline CT ASPECTS, and Age) related Recovery from Focal Brain Injury Joseph Broderick, MD, Cincinnati, OH Comparing Clinical Qutcomes after Neonatal, Comparison of Outcomes between IV and IV/ Childhood and Adult Stroke IA Approaches in Subjects with Baseline CTA Finbar Joseph O’Callaghan, MA (Oxon), MB, Showing ICA, M1, M2 and Basilar Occlusions ChB, MSc, PhD, FRCPCH, FRCP, Bristol, Andrew M Demchuk, MD, Calgary, AB, United Kingdom Canada The “Invisible” Deficits after Neonatal and Comparison of Outcomes by IA Approach Childhood Stroke (Concentric Retriever, Penumbra, IA t-PA, Robyn Westmacott, PhD, Toronto, ON, Solitaire Retriever) and Interpretation in Light of Canada Comparative Trials Thomas Tomsick, MD, Cincinnati, OH Measurement of Outcome in Children and Adult Stroke The Role of Endovascular Treatment in Lori Jordan, MD, PhD, Nashville, TN International Healthcare Systems: Global Variations in the Standard of Care Discussion Stephen M Davis, MD, FRCP, Edin FRACP, Platelet Transfusion in ICH: Are We Helping or FAHA, Victoria, Australia Hurting Our Patients? (Debate) The Future for Randomized Trials of Endovascular (Intracerebral Hemorrhage) Approaches to Acute Ischemic Stroke Moderator: Joshua Goldstein, MD, PhD, FAHA, Keith Muir, MB, MD, FRCP, Glasgow, United Boston, MA Kingdom The Dilemma: Platelet Transfusion in ICH Discussion Yvo Roos, MD, PhD, Amsterdam, Netherlands Stroke journal Session Why You SHOULD Use Platelet Transfusion to Junior Investigator Session II Manage ICH Patients E Sander Connolly, Jr, MD, FAHA, New York, NY 4:15 pm – 4:45 pm Why You SHOULD NOT Use Platelet Transfusion to Professor-Led Poster Tours by Manage ICH Patients Category: Moderated Q&A with Poster James C Grotta, MD, FAHA, Houston, TX Presenters Discussion 4:45 pm – 5:15 pm Stroke Guidelines Session Poster Session with Poster Presenters Oral Abstract Sessions Friday, Feb 8 8:00 am – 8:10 am 6:30 am – 8:00 am Short Break Improving Stroke Care Quality Through 8:10 am – 9:40 am System-level Reorganization: Worldwide Examples for Integrated Healthcare CMS Impact on Research and Treatments for Delivery Systems Stroke (Outcomes, Quality and Health Services (Cerebrovascular Occlusive Disease) Research) Moderators: Thomas G Brott, MD, Jacksonville, Moderators: Gustavo Saposnik, MD, MSc, FL FAHA, Toronto, ON, Canada Michael P Marks, MD, Stanford, CA Dawn Bravata, MD, Indianapolis, CMS Requiring Clinical Trials of Unproven IN Therapies – Or Not City-wide Stroke Improvements: London J P Mohr, MS, MD, FAHA, FAAN, New York, NY Anthony Rudd, MA, MB, BChir, FRCP, London, Coverage Decision-making at CMS United KingdomFor the most current program information, please visit strokeconference.org/programming 11
  13. 13. ISC Preliminary Program Coverage of Unproven Treatments in Europe and a Modest Proposal Werner Hacke, MD, FAHA, Heidelberg, Germany CMS vs FDA: How to Satisfy Both in a Clinical Trial The CMS Data Files and Stroke Research: Goldmine or Landmine? Judith Lichtman, PhD, MPH, New Haven, CT Discussion Contributions of Fetal Programming and the Intrauterine Environment to Later Stroke in Neonates, Children and Adults (Pediatric Stroke) Moderators: Vijeya Ganesan, MD, London, United Kingdom Richard Traystman, PhD, FAHA, Aurora, CO Life-long Stroke Risk: Origins in Fetal Life The Influence of Low Birthweight on the Risk of Stroke in Childhood Fenella J Kirkham, MA, MB, BChir, FRCPCH, London, United Kingdom How Does the Intro-uterine Environment Influence the Neonatal? Jennifer Armstrong-Wells, MD, MPH, Aurora, CO Impact of Prenatal Cytokines on Fetal Vascular Health: Evidence from Animal Models Poster Hall Viewing Hours Guillaume Sebire, MD, PhD, Sherbrooke, QC, Canada To provide additional hours for poster viewing, the Poster Hall will be open during these hours: Discussion Wednesday, Feb 6 7:30 am – 5:15 pm Wake Up Stroke Thursday, Feb 7 7:30 am – 5:15 pm (Acute Nonendovascular Treatment) Moderators: Sean Savitz, MD, FAHA, Houston, Professor-Led Poster Tours by Category: TX Moderated Q&A with Poster Presenters Victor C Urrutia, MD, Baltimore, Leaders in the stroke field will take groups of MD attendees around speaker-attended posters for Epidemiology of Wake Up Stroke a Q&A with the poster presenters. Poster tours Jason Mackey, MD, Cincinnati, OH will be arranged by category. Professor-led poster tours are scheduled as follows: Does Stroke Happen Upon Awakening? Wednesday, Feb 6 4:15 pm – 4:45 pm Retrospective Studies of WUS and Thrombolytics Thursday, Feb 7 4:15 pm – 4:45 pm Dulka Manawadu, MD, London, United Kingdom Poster Sessions with Poster Presenters: Prospective Studies of WUS and Thrombolytics: One-on-one time with the Poster CT and MRI Selection Criteria Presenters Andrew Barreto, MD, Houston, TX These posters are different from the posters Discussion presented in the Professor-Led Poster Tours above. Oral Abstract Sessions Wednesday, Feb 6 4:45 pm – 5:15 pm Thursday, Feb 7 4:45 pm – 5:15 pm 9:40 am – 10:00 am Break Please go to strokeconference.org/ programming for additional information about 10:00 am – 11:30 am the Poster Sessions. Plenary Session III Moderators: Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, E-posters FAHA, Boston, MA E-posters will be viewable in the Poster Hall Kyra Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, from 7:30 am – 5:15 pm. Registered attendees WA can also view the E-posters online at strokeconference.org. Late-Breaking Science Oral Abstracts Thomas Willis Award Presentation and Lecture Closing Remarks Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA 12 Register Today – strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing
  14. 14. Registration and HousingRegistration and Housing for ISC, the Nursing HOW TO REGISTERSymposium and the ISC Pre-Conference Web: Register online and book your hotel atSymposium will open as follows: strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing.FAHA Members Sept 26 Promo Code DM501AHA/ASA Members* Oct 3Nonmembers Oct 10 Phone, Fax or Mail: For registrationExhibitor/Group Registration Oct 17 instructions and downloadable forms, go to strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing.Join AHA/ASA Professional Membership A one-time $20 service charge will be assessedToday and Save on Registration!** Dallas, Texas 75231-4596 if you choose one of these options. www.strokeconference.org 7272 Greenville Avenue• Stroke Professionals, save up to $300 on ISC registration. Onsite Registration: Onsite registrants must• Nurses, save up to $100 on the Stroke Nursing have a photo ID. For security reasons, you National Center Symposium registration and up to $320 on ISC cannot register another attendee or pick up registration. another attendee’s registration materials.** Must become a member on or before Sept 12, 2012 Please visit strokeconference.org/ to qualify for priority registration and housing. registrationandhousing for the following** Must be a member on or before Jan 2, 2013 to information: receive the Advance Rate Member registration • Registration Reminders/Deadlines discounts. Registration savings dependent on • Membership Information membership tier. • Registration Refund/Cancellation PolicyJoin online today at my.americanheart.org/ • Hotel Information including Cancellation Policymembership. • Conference Hotels and the Hotel Map(Promo Code ACJ074ZZ) • Onsite Registration Information and Registration Hours • Registration Rates Registration Fees: International Stroke Conference Advance Rate Onsite Rate Registration Categories Until Jan 16 After Jan 16 & Onsite Premium Professional Member $500 $600 Premium Professional Plus Member $500 $600 General Professional Member $800 $900 Premium Emeritus Member $75 $175 Early Career Member* $500 $600 E d u cat io n . I n s p i ra t i o n . I l l u m i n at i o n. Nurse Premium Professional Plus Member $315 $415 Register online today at strokeconference.org, Promo Code DM501 Nurse Premium Professional Member $315 $415 Nurse General Professional Member $335 $435 Student/Trainee Member $200 $300 EMT/Paramedic Premium Professional Plus Member $315 $415 EMT/Paramedic Premium Professional Member $315 $415 EMT/Paramedic General Professional Member $335 $435 Technician Member $300 $400 Therapist Premium Professional Member $315 $415 Therapist Premium Professional Plus Member $315 $415 Preliminar y Therapist General Professional Member $335 $435 One Day Only Wednesday/Thursday Member $275 $375 One Day Only Friday Member $200 $300 Program Nonmember $800 $900 Early Career Nonmember* $800 $900 Nurse Nonmember $635 $735 Student/Trainee Nonmember $300 $400 EMT/Paramedic Nonmember $635 $735 Technician Nonmember $400 $500 Therapist Nonmember $635 $735 One Day Only Wednesday/Thursday Nonmember $375 $475 One Day Only Friday Nonmember $300 $400 Spouse/Adult Family Member (Exhibits Only) $100 $200 Registration Fees: State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium Member $125 $225 Nonmember $225 $325 Registration Fees: ISC Pre-Conference Symposium: Primary Care for Stroke Patients: A Surfside View Member and Nonmember $100 $125 Register Online Today! strokeconference.org/registrationandhousing Education. Inspiration. Illumination. Promo Code DM501 13
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