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Rounds Details:

Date: Friday May 30, 2014

Presented by: Joan Ruston Berge (Grey Bruce District Stroke Coordinator), Dr. Don Eby (Local Medical Director) and Dr. Chan

Brief Description:

The Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network has partnered with SWORBHP to offer an update on the Canadian Best Practices Recommendations: Emergency Medical Services Management of Acute Stroke Patients. We are hoping to enhance consistency and standardization of education and on-scene assessment/management of suspected stroke patients.

Upon completion of this webinar, you should be able to:
- Describe the components of the Canadian Best Practices Recommendations: Emergency Medical Services Management of Acute Stroke Patients
- Recognize the signs and symptoms of suspected acute stroke and differentiate mimics of acute stroke
- Identify key information required for EMS documentation and communication to receiving facility staff

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Paramedics are eligible to receive continuing education (CE) points for reviewing our paramedic rounds. To receive one (1) CE point, click the link above to access the online quizzes available on our Online Training Website. The modules are located under "Rounds and Webinars" located in the left hand menu.

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