New York State Stroke Conference 2012: Speaker Presentations

Updated:Feb 21,2014
May 31, 2012
Tarrytown, NY, and Rochester, NY (Satellite location)

Speaker Presentations* from the 4th annual New York State Stroke Conference:
Maximizing Stroke Quality of Care:  Key Ingredients

Looking Back:  Looking Forward:  New York State Stroke Care Delivery in 2011 (PDF)
Gregory Young, MD, FACEP

KEYNOTE:  From Research to Reality:  How YOUR Data Collection Efforts Impact Bedside Care and Improvements in Quality (PDF)
Mathew J. Reeves, PhD, FAHA

How to Maximize tPA Administration from the ED Perspective (PDF)
Bryan Gargano, MD, FACEP

Strategies for Success:  How to Maximize tPA Administration Times from a Community Hospital's Perspective (PDF)
Catherine Videtto, RN, MSN, ANP, CCRN, CPHQ

How to Maximize tPA Administration from a Target Stroke Hospital's Perspective (PDF)
Steven H. Rudolph, MD

Door to Door:  Why EMS Pre-Notification, Early Assessment and Integration are Keys to Your Success (PDF)
Michael W. Dailey, MD, FACEP

Improving Inter-Facility Transfer Times (PDF)
Thomas Kwiatkowski, MD

Making Stroke Prevention Stick:  The Role of Acute Stroke Discharge Planning (PDF)
Mitchell Elkind, MD, MS, FAAN

The Million Hearts Initiative in New York State (PDF)
F. Bruce Coles, DO

Treating Mild Strokes (PDF)
Steven R. Levine, MD, FAHA, FAAN

Stroke in the Oldest Old:  How Do Our Management Decisions Change (PDF)
Joshua Z. Willey, MD, MS

*The presentations above have been posted with the speaker's permission.

For more information, please contact:
Sue Flor
125 East Bethpage Road, Suite 100
Plainview, NY  11803