ASHLAND, Ky. – The care of stroke patients is constantly evolving, offering
new hope to patients and families. Helping healthcare providers stay on top of
the latest developments is the focus of the annual Stroke Symposium sponsored
by King’s Daughters Medical Center.
The symposium will take place Thursday, Oct. 6 and Friday,
Oct. 7 in KDMC’s Health Education Center, lower level of the Lexington Avenue
The program is designed to meet the learning needs of
physicians; physician assistants and nurse practitioners; nurses; physical and
occupational therapists; and radiation operators and is jointly sponsored by
the Kentucky Heart Foundation.
Thursday evening’s program begins with registration and
dinner at 5:30 p.m. Opeolu M. Adeoye, M.D., neuro-intensivist at the University
of Cincinnati’s Neurosciences Institute, will give the keynote, Complexities of
Ischemic Stroke Management.
The Friday program begins with registration and breakfast at
8 a.m., followed by presentations on:
The Symposium has been approved for both continuing medical
education and continuing nursing education. Cost for the program is $25, which
includes the Thursday evening and Friday programs, course materials, and meals.
Registration may be completed online at kdmc.com/register;
by email to firstname.lastname@example.org; or
by phone to (606) 408-6829. Fees are payable at the door on the day of the
event. Registration deadline is 4 p.m. Oct. 3.
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