Course on acute stroke, diagnosis and treatment – Lipus certified
In recent years, acute stroke care has developed rapidly, especially in radiological diagnostics and reperfusion therapy. This course is aimed at residents and specialists who are interested in learning more about stroke and cerebral ischaemia.
Cost: Free of charge.
Course period: 12 February to 15 March 2024 (two optional seminar sessions)
Deadline for registration: 9 February (registration is now closed)
About the course
In recent years, acute stroke care has developed rapidly, especially in radiological diagnostics and reperfusion therapy. This course is aimed at residents and specialists who are interested in learning more about stroke and cerebral ischaemia. The course aims to provide knowledge about the care chain, assessment and treatment based on the latest evidence-based knowledge. The course was introduced in 2023 and was appreciated. The general assessment of the course participants on a 6-point scale was 5.5 p for the whole and 5.6 p for recommending a colleague to take the course This course round will also be free of charge.
Read more about the course structure, practical information and registration in the Lipus course catalogue.
Håkan Almqvist, Chief Physician, Neuroradiologist, Capio St Göran Röntgen.
Åsa Kuntze Söderqvist, Consultant, PhD, Neuroradiologist and Neurointerventionist. ME Neuroradiology, Karolinska University Hospital.
Michael Mazya, Consultant, Associate Professor, Neurologist. ME Neurology, Karolinska University Hospital
Admission and confirmation
Course participants from Region Stockholm have priority. If space is available, participants from other regions are welcome. It is an advantage for the hospital if more than one person from the same hospital participates in the same course, as it facilitates the transfer of expertise for the implementation of new working methods that is the goal of the course.
Registration and seminar dates
Lunch at the seminar is provided by MedTechLabs.
The course is arranged by MedTechLabs – an interdisciplinary centre in medical technology research run by KTH, KI and Region Stockholm.