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Find the latest news from the Australian Stroke Alliance here. As well, we occasionally publish news on the latest in urgent, prehospital stroke care from around the world.

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Cultural safety in Indigenous health care and research

An editorial in Lancet Global Health offers an insight into the Australian Stroke Alliance’s Darak principles. It discusses the challenges and solutions ahead for improved care of Aboriginal and Torres…

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NSW Telehealth Service – the next decade

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Alice Springs Hospital’s stroke care advances

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Rural telestroke service – SA Health leads

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Meet one of our Australian commercial partners: Micro-X

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Stroke-smart paramedics link to tele-neurologists

The Australian Stroke Alliance has trained more than 1000 Australian paramedics to be stroke-smart. For the first time, they are connected to tele-neurologists via an Australian-designed telestroke app. Lives are…

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A national first: dedicated stroke telehealth cuts time to treatment for rural patient

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Indigenous people more likely to have a stroke

Indigenous people may be more likely to have a stroke than non-Indigenous people, according to a systematic review that looked at populations around the world.

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Hyper-urgent stroke care essential to save lives

MEDIA RELEASE Wednesday, December 13, 2023 A new Stroke Foundation audit of around 100 acute hospital services across Australia has found that our nation is falling well below international standards…

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Meet one of our two commercial partners: EMVision

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