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How to Stay Current with the Rapidly Changing Science of Stroke

Keeping up with the rapidly changing science of stroke care is difficult.  Studies published in the last 3 years have dramatically changed the standard of care of patients with ischemic stroke alone, not to mention the studies published in intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) and subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) management.  Staying current with the changing science of stroke care is even more challenging for nurses and physicians who do not have full-text access to medical literature databases (e.g. PubMed) or the financial means to attend multiple conferences each year to hear the science presented live.  Finally, many stroke leaders are so overwhelmed with the daily work of managing a stroke program, they don’t have time to sit and search for new evidence.  So, how does one keep up?  The answer is actually pretty straightforward: plan your time and set yourself up to work smarter at reviewing the literature, not harder! Read more