Friday 19th October, Hall F, 15.10-16.40
WORKSHOP TO DEFINE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF WSO MEMBERSHIP: HOW CAN WSO BEST OFFER EDUCATION IN STROKE MEDICINE WORLDWIDE?*
*Participation by invitation only. To request an invitation, please email : firstname.lastname@example.org.
With emphasis on educational needs in low-and middle-income countries, the workshop will:
- Review WSO education and training activities, including WSA content
- Identify priority topics for educational material
- Discuss and define how WSO might best deliver stroke education in areas of greatest need
A publication in IJS to set out workshop findings and propose an action plan.
Open registration aims to ensure people representing an appropriate balance of age/gender/geographical region/language/low-and middle-income countries will ensure the workshop encompasses all relevant stakeholders. Representatives from WSO Education Committee; World Stroke Academy; International Journal of Stroke will also be present.
15.15-15.25 Welcome and introduction to the aims of the workshop
15.25-15.30 Break into small groups
15.30-16.30 Small group working. Each group works on the three questions below for 20 minutes for each question; a rapporteur for the group summarises key points on a flip chart, which are then collated at the feedback session.
Facilitators (TBC): Peter Sandercock (Chairman WSO Education Committee), Monica Saini (YSP representative) Carmen Lahiff Jenkins (International Journal of Stroke/World Stroke Academy), Sarah Belson, Kate Holmes [TBC], (WSO/SSO), Amy Edmunds (Patient perspective) [TBC].
- What are the key educational needs in your region?
- Review of Educational activities offered by WSO & WSA – do they meet your needs?
- Develop ideas on what WSO/WSA could offer in your region to meet those needs
16.30-17.00 Feedback and wrap-up session
Led by facilitators
- Gather feedback
- Outline educational priorities
- Identify a writing group to write and publish a report in IJS to set out the action plan
17.00 Session close