American Stroke Month 2021

Stroke Awareness Month 2021 AHA Quality


American Stroke Month was created to promote public awareness and reduce the incidence of stroke in the United States. While many things have changed in the years for the better around stroke care since it started, no one at the time of its creation could foresee what we have gone through in the last year alone. There are so many things we want to share with you - as well as hear your stories, your praise for your teams, your amazing patient experiences -  whatever you want to tell the world about stroke. Share your stories and images using the hashtag #RelentlessTogether on your favorite social media channel. We'd love to be included, so use @American_Heart to make sure we won't miss what you are sharing. Thank you for all your hard work, whether this is your first time observing American Stroke Month, or your thirty-second time. Keep fighting the good fight and let's make sure the next year is better for all patients who have suffered a stroke. 

Download Your Stroke Guides Below

Just in time for May's National Stroke Awareness Month, three guides cover all the advances in stroke care—including mechanical thrombectomy.
Stroke Awareness Month - Download Your Guides

Care of the Patient With Acute Ischemic Stroke Endovascular Intensive Care Unit 

This focuses on Postinterventional Therapy. 
Stroke Awareness Month 1
Stroke Awareness Month 2

Care of the Patient With Acute Ischemic Stroke - Prehospital and Acute Phase of Care

This is an update to the 2009 Comprehensive Nursing Care. This is the March 2021 edition for you. 

Nursing Care of the Patient With Acute Ischemic Stroke 

This is the March 2021 edition. 
Stroke Awareness Month 3
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Stay in touch with American Heart Association's Quality Team with Quality News You Can Use. This newsletter publishes quarterly with some special editions that drop throughout the year. It covers all topics inside the Quality world, touching on Stroke, Cardiovascular, EMS, Research, and more.