The 2014 Preliminary Program will be available online March 26th. If you would like to be notified when abstract submission opens please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Canadian stroke community recognizes The Congress Scientific Program as an important educational forum for Canadian stroke professionals. The program delivers high-quality science and education through plenary sessions, lively debates, clinical trial updates, poster and moderated poster presentations, simultaneous oral sessions, interactive workshops, public forums and more.
The learning objectives of the Canadian Stroke Congress are to:
- Provide a high quality scientific and educational experience for the delegates;
- Showcase Canadian stroke research (basic, clinical, health services and population research) with a focus on how this new knowledge may be applied in practice;
- Stimulate collaborative clinical and research initiatives that lead to new knowledge in stroke and to innovations in stroke care;
- Provide opportunities for stroke professionals to learn evidence-based practices that are state-of-the-art with a goal of improving stroke care nationwide.