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Stroke Coordinator Boot Camp

 

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The Stroke Coordinator Boot Camp includes 8 accredited activities focusing on new and exciting topics designed exclusively for the Stroke Coordinator, Quality Improvement Specialist, and other nursing professionals who want to excel through collaboration, partnership, and mentoring. The boot camp will provide the best preparation to improve stroke care.

Summary

The Stroke Coordinator Boot Camp includes 8 accredited activities focusing on new and exciting topics designed exclusively for the Stroke Coordinator, Quality Improvement Specialist, and other nursing professionals who want to excel through collaboration, partnership, and mentoring. The boot camp will provide the best preparation to improve stroke care.

The 8 activities include:

  1. Building a Stroke Champion
    • This activity focuses on the concept of a stroke champion and how process change can be made using dedicated champions on the stroke team.
    • At the completion of this online course, the learner will be able to:
      • Define what a stroke champion is and what role they may play in your program.
    • Duration: 47:18
  2. Getting with the Guidelines
    • This activity focuses on the 2019 Update to Ischemic Stroke Guidelines.
    • At the completion of this online course, the learner will be able to:
      • Discuss the rationale for the significant changes in key elements of the ischemic stroke guidelines.
    • Duration: 1:11:28
  3. Moving Beyond May - Every Month Needs Stroke Awareness
    • This activity focuses on creative ways to increase community awareness about stroke; identify new target audiences for stroke awareness activities, and share take-aways that can be used to reach more people about stroke.
    • At the completion of this online course, the learner will be able to:
      • Illustrate 5 take-aways that can be used to reach more people about stroke.
    • Duration: 53:39
  4. Patient Satisfaction: What are We Really Measuring?
    • This activity focuses on the common challenges to measuring stroke patient satisfaction and describing evidence-based approaches to measuring stroke patient satisfaction.
    • At the completion of this online course, the learner will be able to:
      • List the common challenges to measuring stroke patient satisfaction and describe evidence-based approaches to measuring stroke patient satisfaction. 
    • Duration: 50:01
  5. “Reporting” for Duty: Using the Numbers to Drive Practice Improvements
    • This activity focuses on the data to collect in a stroke program and how that data can be utilized for program improvement.
    • At the completion of this online course, the learner will be able to:
      • Identify data that every stroke program needs to collect. 
    • Duration: 1:30:50
  6. Taking Aim: Hitting the Targets
    • This activity focuses on the components of the AHA Target programs and share the potential impact of reaching Target goals on patient risks and outcomes.
    • At the completion of this online course, the learner will be able to:
      • Verbalize an understanding of the potential impact of using the AHA “Target” programs to reach target goals on patient risks and outcomes.
    • Duration: 52:09
  7. The Surveyor is Coming! The Surveyor is Coming!
    • This activity focuses on tips for stroke certification survey preparation.
    • At the completion of this online course, the learner will be able to:
      • Apply practical approaches to survey preparation.
    • Duration: 1:15:45
  8. What's New in Stroke
    • This activity focuses on the most recent clinically relevant advances in stroke care from the past year.
    • At the completion of this online course, the learner will be able to:
      • Describe the latest in clinically relevant advances in stroke care. 
    • Duration: 46:14

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