Updates in Stroke For EMS Providers 
Earn 3 hours IDPH approved EMS continuing education per course

The more educated you are, the better your patient outcomes will be. That’s why we offer complimentary courses to help first responders learn how to identify stroke and improve patients’ survival with fewer complications.

Join Us for Our Next Event 

Thursday, April 30, 2020 | 5 pm – 8 pm 

Location
Northwestern Memorial Hospital 
251 E. Huron Street, Feinberg Pavilion
Third Floor, Conference Room A
Chicago, Illinois 60611 

Registration 
There is no cost to attend this event, and parking is also complimentary with validation. Dinner will be served. 

These events are sponsored by the Comprehensive Stroke Center at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Attendees can earn 3 hours IDPH approved EMS continuing education per course.   

Complimentary learning events for EMS Providers. 

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About these courses 

Updates in Stroke for EMS Providers courses are designed to educate attendees on pre-hospitalization and identification of stroke. Each event offers new information to help you enhance your knowledge of stroke. Dinner is served. 

Topics we will cover in this series: 

  • How to identify stroke and differentiate stroke symptoms from other conditions 
  • How to diagnose acute ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke in the field 
  • How to determine when a patient needs treatment from a Comprehensive Stroke Center to save their life or minimize complications 
  • The latest treatments in the management of patients with stroke Current research aimed at improving the diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of patients with stroke 

  

Audience 

These classes are intended for paramedics, EMTs, calltakers/dispatchers/EMD, ECRN, PHRN ECP (resident/ attending physicians). However, all care providers are welcome to attend.