Hirnschlag -was folgt danach? Wieso die Schweiz eine Patientenorganisation braucht

The lack of a dedicated patient organization for stroke survivors in Switzerland has led to a public event being held on this topic.

Other countries have successfully established such organizations and it is important to take up this topic to discuss the possibility of creating a similar institution in Switzerland.

The aim of this event is to highlight the importance of patient organizations for stroke survivors, provide insights into the process of establishing such an organization, and lead a discussion on why there is no such organization in Switzerland and what steps are needed to change this.


Medienmitteilung: Swiss Brain Health Plan – Startschuss der mehrjährigen Initiative

Am 22. November 2023 findet das SFCNS Swiss Brain Health Stakeholder Kick-off Meeting im Kunsthaus Zürich statt. Der Anlass ist öffentlich, der Einlass ist kostenfrei. Die Medienkonferenz findet am Vormittag statt.

SFCNS Swiss Brain Health Plan Kick-Off Stakeholder Meeting | Nov 22 2023, Kunsthaus Zürich

The SFCNS Swiss Brain Health Plan Kick-Off Meeting will take place on November 22, 2023 from 13:00-18:00 at the Kunsthaus Zurich.

European Stroke Awareness Day | 09 May 2023

Stroke is the most common cause of adult-acquired disability and is the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer in industrialised countries.

Study shows: Earlier start of treatment with blood thinners after stroke is safe and more effective

An international clinical study led by Inselspital, University Hospital Bern, and the University of Bern has shown that anticoagulation (blood thinning) can be started earlier in people with stroke and atrial fibrillation than previously recommended in the guidelines.

4th SFCNS Summer School 2023

The program of the 4th SFCNS Summer School focuses on the update with case presentations in Multidisciplinary Management, with four scientific sessions in the fields:

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