Stay Connected with OSN
- July 11, 2023
The 2023 conference is an in-person event held in Salem, OR. Thursday, September 21st--evening dinner with lecture & Friday, September 22nd--all day CME conference
- September 21, 2022
The 2022 conference is an in-person event held in Bend, OR. Wednesday, September 21st--evening dinner with lecture & Thursday, September 22nd--all day CME conference event
- September 17, 2021
The 2021 conference will be a virtual event on Sept 17.
- October 16, 2020
October 16 Virtual Format One Day Event
17th Annual Oregon Stroke Conference
In Person Event - September
A great opportunity to network and interact with speakers and other participants
Keynote speaker, general session, breakouts
The Oregon Stroke Network (OSN) hosts the annual state-wide, professional stroke symposium. The 2023 conference will be an in person event hosted at the Salem Convention Center. Sept. 21st is the pre-conference evening reception & Sept. 22th is the full-day conference.
The annual CME/CEU conference is designed to enhance multidisciplinary stroke knowledge and the care of stroke patients across the continuum of care. The target audience is emergency medical system (EMS) providers, emergency department personnel, physicians, nurses, stroke coordinators, rehabilitation therapists, managers, and administrators. The content provided meets the needs of the baseline novice to the expert level with presentations addressing stroke care in the pre-hospital, emergent, acute, and rehabilitation settings.
FIND STROKE CARE NEAR ME
FOR SUDDEN SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS OF STROKE - CALL 911. BE FAST.
There are many agencies across Oregon that provide stroke care for survivors and their families. See the map above and click on your county to find a list of resources near you. Resources include support groups, neurology offices, outpatient physical therapy, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, community and other resources. Each of these services have expertise that can make a difference in surviving a stroke and maximizing the quality of life after a stroke.