Arlene Wilkie, ESO-WSO 2020 – Stroke Action Plan for Europe
We were delighted to have an opportunity to hear all about the Stroke Action Plan for Europe from Arlene Wilkie, Director General of the Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE).
Related useful resources:
Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE)
Economic Impact of Stroke in Europe
- What are the major challenges in stroke care across Europe and how is this likely to change in the future? (0:06)
- Could you give us a brief overview of the development of the Stroke Action Plan and its objectives? (0:52)
- What are the main components of the plan and how will it be implemented? (2:16)
- What is the current status of the plan? (2:53)
- What are the major obstacles to implementation of the plan and how can these be overcome? (3:24)
Disclosure: Arlene Wilkie is an employee of SAFE.
Support: Interview and filming supported by Touch Medical Media Ltd.
Filmed in coverage of the ESO-WSO 2020 Virtual Conference.
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