Stroke Care - Covering the Spectrum
Original Release Date: 8/1/2018 and Expiration Date: 8/1/2021
Enduring Material Authors:
Mohammed Al-Qasmi, MD
Director, Stroke Program, Hurley Medical Center
Shah-Naz Khan, MD
Director, Institute of General & Endovascular Neurosurgery, Flint
Lesli Skolarus, MD
Associate Professor, Department of Neurology, U of M, Ann Arbor
Michael Tupper, MD
Clinical Instructor of Emergency Medicine, Hurley Medical Center
Dr. Al-Qasmi has a relevant financial relationship with the following commercial interests: Teva, EMD Serono, Genentech, and Genzyme; as he is on their Speaker’s Bureau. Prior to the activity date, his powerpoint presentation was reviewed for any bias by two Hurley Medical Center, Medical Staff Education Committee members, as the Mechanism to Resolve Conflict of Interest. (Click here to view the Faculty Disclosure form.)
The remaining authors do not have a relevant financial relationship with a commercial interest. (Click here to view the Faculty Disclosure forms.)
- Video (3 hours, 15 minutes)
- State the ED stroke process and how it affects stroke patient’s care and outcomes
- Identify CORE stroke quality measures and how they affect stroke patient care and outcomes
- Identify how endovascular treatment has changed stroke care and how it affects stroke patient care and outcomes
- Identify how community education affects patients perception of stroke treatment
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Planning Committee Members –
Dr. Al-Qasmi has a relevant financial relationship with commercial interests (please see above). Jillian Welsh-Schrader, Regina Waller, and Michelle Landis do not have a relevant financial relationship with a commercial interest.
Regina Waller, Sharon Williams, Susumu Inoue, MD, Khalid Ahmed, MD, Elmahdi Saeed, MD, Diane Welker, RN, and Kay Taylor, PhD, do not have a relevant financial relationship with a commercial interest. Hemant Thawani, MD, has a relevant financial relationship with Sanofi and Pfizer as Grant/Research Support, and did not plan or review this CME activity.
Mechanism to Resolve Conflict of Interests of a relevant financial relationship with the educational topic by planning committee members and/or reviewers of the CME activity would be resolved by not allowing planning, reviewing, and approving of the CME activity by planning committee members and/or reviewers.