Regional Stroke Network
Welcome to the Champlain
previous arrow
next arrow
Slider

Welcome to the
Regional Stroke Network

Image

The Champlain Regional Stroke Network team is based out of the Regional Stroke Centre at the Ottawa Hospital. Find out more about our team, and the work we do in our mission to continuously improve stroke prevention, care, recovery and re-integration.   

Events & Workshops


07
April



Practical virtual rehabilitation and self-management techniques during COVID-19
Tuesday, Apr 07
02:00PM - 03:00PM


09
April



Webinar: Caregiving Challenges During COVID-19 and Practical Supports for Staying Afloat
Thursday, Apr 09
11:00AM - 12:00PM


21
April



Webinar invitation: Sleep & Vascular Health
Tuesday, Apr 21
12:00PM - 01:00PM

Community of Practice

Welcome to the Champlain Regional Stroke Network's Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP)!
In response to requests from our regional sites, we have created each VCoP as a forum to connect with peers. We hope to enable collaboration and support the sharing of information and experiences to advance the provision of quality stroke care in the Champlain Region.
Our Communities of Practice will be using the Microsoft Teams platform.

You may choose to opt out at any time.

img1

Clinical Tools & Resources

The CRSN has developed a variety of evidence-based resources with the assistance of experts in stroke.

Read More

img2

Stroke Best Practices

Evidence based, key guidelines related to stroke care that have been endorsed by Health Quality Ontario.

Read More

img3

Education & Training

Click here for information on events, workshops, and stroke care training modules.

Read More

Stroke Prevention Clinics

The role of a Stroke Prevention Clinic (SPC) is to ensure that individuals who are at high risk for stroke receive evidence-based care founded on best practices.  SPCs provide an integrated, comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to stroke prevention.  The main objectives are to reduce delays and inefficiencies in risk factor management of high-risk stroke patients and to facilitate timely access to interventions.

Don't have an account yet? Register Now!

Sign in to your account