2019. április 29., hétfő

SAFE INFORMÁCIÓK 2019. év

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Stroke survivors’ needs in Portugal: Rehabilitation must be possible and accessible to everyone

“Currently, in Portugal, when a stroke occurs, the first phase of treatment, the acute phase, happens in similar conditions to the ones of the best practices in Europe. The first rehabilitation, still within a hospital circle, is already implemented with great differences across our country, and, on average, isn’t as satisfactory. After… when the real […]

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Podcast #5 on StrokePrevention.info – Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is an irregular heart rhythm with rapid and irregular beating. It is estimated to increase the risk of stroke 3 to 5-fold and to be associated with around a quarter of all ischaemic strokes. Additionally, AF is associated with more severe strokes leading to higher mortality and disability. We have discussed this […]

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2019. április 16., kedd

SAFE INFORMÁCIÓK 2019. év


A témák részletes ismertetése és a magyar fordítás a strokeliga@gmail.com címen keresztül lehetséges.


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SAFE and EU funded research projects: An update

The Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE), participates in EU funded research projects. Our involvement in research allows us to stay up-to-date on the latest research breakthroughs and promising treatments and to ensure that this potential live-saving knowledge reaches patients and healthcare professionals all across Europe. Our major strength is dissemination. This video contains updates from […]

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Fightthestroke representing Italy with project Mirrorable among the #Zeroawardess 2019

Article written by Francesca Fedeli, Founder of Fightthestroke.org, advocating for young stroke and CP survivors Fightthestroke has been selected among 65 practices and 11 policies from around the world that help persons with disabilities on the Zero Project Award 2019, celebrating this year the topic of Independent Living and Political Participation. Project Mirrorable indeed has been awarded as a […]

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SAFE INFORMÁCIÓK 2019. év

A témák részletes ismertetése és a magyar fordítás a strokeliga@gmail.com címen keresztül lehetséges.


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Sleep after stroke: How does it affect recovery?

This article first appeared on ARNI Stroke Charity (UK) website | Author: Tom Balchin Are you interested in learning about your sleep after stroke? Researchers at the University of Oxford are currently investigating how sleep is affected by stroke. Heidi Johansen-Berg is Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience and Director of The Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging at […]

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SAFE Angels Patient brochures help improve patient – doctor communication

The Angels Initiative is a unique healthcare initiative launched by Boehringer Ingelheim in partnership with the European Stroke Organisation (ESO), the World Stroke Organisation (WSO) and the Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE). SAFE’s members proudly contributed to the Angles Initiative by providing critical information to stroke patients and their families as early as in stroke […]

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This year’s first SAFE Board meeting held in London

This year’s first SAFE Board meeting took place in London this week, from 4-5th February. The Board members took two days to discuss the current and future SAFE Strategy, with special focus on governance, finances and supported growth in member organisations. Among many SAFE ongoing projects, there will be two which are very important for SAFE’s […]

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SAFE INFORMÁCIÓK 2019. év


A témák részletes ismertetése és a magyar fordítás a strokeliga@gmail.com címen keresztül lehetséges.


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The role of policy in tackling stroke: The registration for #RO2019EU is now open

The Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE) invites you to attend the event ‘Joining forces to prevent and control non-communicable diseases: The role of policy in tackling stroke’, under the patronage of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union (#RO2019EU), which will take place on 28 March 2019, in Brussels, at the European […]

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Stroke medicine is an energetic discipline

This interview first appeared on European Stroke Association website  *Professor Anita Arsovska is Head of the Department for Urgent Neurology at the University Clinic of Neurology, University Ss Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia Professor Arsovska  has participated as a subinvestigator in the MARINER and Impact 24B studies. She is an ESO Fellow as […]
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SAFE INFORMÁCIÓK 2019. év

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World Stroke Organization published the Global Stroke Fact Sheet

This news first appeared in the WSO Newsletter The World Stroke Organization is proud to share its most recent and much expected publication: the Global Stroke Fact Sheet.  The 10-page document overviews the best available scientific evidence to provide reliable and up to date data on stroke and its impact around the world. Using reliable and consistent […]

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SAFE INFORMÁCIÓK 2019. év


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German Stroke Foundation celebrates 25th anniversary

The German Stroke foundation started its work in January 1993. To celebrate the anniversary the foundation launched a new campaign: “I set a sign.” A newly designed website went online in October and the Integrated Care Project “STROKE OWL” enrolled the first patients. Author: Ina Armbruster  “I set a sign.” A red stripe above the eyebrow […]

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SAFE INFORMÁCIÓK 2019. év

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Midterm recruitment of the Zoom@SVDs study

This text was was first published on www.svds-at-target.eu In November 2018 the Zoom@SVDs study included the 60th participant, thereby reaching its milestone for midterm recruitment. The Zoom@SVDs study is an observational study that aims to advance our understanding of Small Vessel Disease, a condition in which the small blood vessels in the brain are damaged. […]
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#BrainLifeGoals: Brain Awareness Week 2019 starts now

Sharing #LifeGoals has become a popular trend on social media. A campaign from the European Federation of Neurological Associations [EFNA] and supported by many organisations across Europe will put a new spin on the trend by instead seeing patient advocates and supporters share their #BrainLifeGoals. The #BrainLifeGoals campaign will raise awareness of the impact of […]

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