Each of these centers will be required to provide at least 4 hours of education to each team member in their hospitals. KISS wants to support both these new Primary Stroke Centers and all our current and developing Emergent Stroke Ready hospitals.
Over the next 12 months we will provide 16 hours of core stroke education and 4 hours of NIHSS orientation. Our core leadership hospitals (University of Kansas Medical Center, Via-Christi Health and Stormont-Vail Healthcare) will provide speakers and resources to improve our knowledge base and improve the care of our stroke patients.
More information is available at Kansas Initiative for Stroke Survival (heart.org/KISS)
|Upcoming Webinars & Education|
KISS Education Flyer
Please email email@example.com to register for each webinar to ensure a spot on the call.
Michael Abraham MD (Ten.)
|Stroke Program Development|
Janice Sandt RN MS
|Previous Stroke Webinar Presentations|
|June 3, 2014||"Post Event Care/Transport" wmv PDF presentation |
Cristina Speaks, RN, Utilization Review Coordinator/Stroke Coordinator; Angela Welch, RN, Director of Emergency Services, Ransom Memorial Hospital; and Nick Robbins, Franklin County EMS Chief, Ottawa, KS
|May 6, 2014||"An Overview of Intravenous Alteplase (tPA) for Acute Ischemic Stroke," wmv|
Craig Shipley, APRN, FN-BC, CNRN
The University of Kansas Hospital
|April 22, 2014||"Core Principles of Stroke" wmv |
Linda Bayless MSN, APRN, CNRN
|April 8, 2014||"Stroke Education: Posterior Circulation Strokes," wmv; |
Rhonda Young, MSN, APRN-BC, CCRN, CNRN, ANVP-BC
|March 25, 2014||"Anterior Circulation Strokes," wmv|
Wendy Dusenbury, MSN, APRN, Via-Christi Health