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A Patient's Guide to Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Care

A Patient's Guide to Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Care (2009)A Patient's Guide to Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Care  helps stroke patients, their caregivers and the general public to learn more about stroke care, whether it be in the emergency room, in hospital, during rehabilitation or back in the community. Stroke best practice leaders and a panel of stroke survivors and advocates all contributed to this publication.

You can learn more about Canadian recommendations for: 

  • Emergency response
  • Stroke care in hospital
  • Rehabilitation
  • Prevention
  • Education

Visit www.strokebestpractices.ca and read A Patient's Guide to Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Care. The strokebestpractices.ca website also has useful resources on stroke care intended to help healthcare professionals provide better services to stroke patients.

The Canadian Stroke Strategy is a joint initiative of the Canadian Stroke Network and the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. The goal of the Canadian Stroke Strategy is to help support an integrated approach to stroke prevention, treatment and rehabilitation in every province and territory.

Last reviewed: March 2011