Improving the delivery of Hyperacute Stroke care: More benefit for more people

An end of project event was held recently at Exeter Racecourse which saw providers come together from across the South West.

The Cardiovascular Network and the South West Academic Health Science Network worked with PenCHORD (Peninsula Collaboration for Health Operational Research & Development) University of Exeter to deliver the Hyperacute Stroke Care project.

Chaired by Dr Martin James, Clinical Director for the Cardiovascular network.
Dr James presented an overview and there were also presentations by those who had contributed to the project:

Stroke and PenClahrc – Prof Ken Stein

Simulating the thrombolysis pathway, Mike Allen, Kerry Pearn & Carol Massey

Clinical Dilemmas in Thrombolysis Dr MA James

ASPIC presentation Jo Day & Carol Massey

RCHT – What have we learnt Dr Katja Adie & team

Mechanical thrombectomy in Plymouth Dr Will Adams

Better hyperacute care Dr MA James