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.
Forecasting for a clearer view
Meet radiographer, Francesca Langenberg
David Waters – Spreading the word to first responders
Clot-busting drug trial improves patient care on mobile stroke unit
Darak spreads its branches
How is stroke retrieval changing?
Flight nurses’ ability to improve stroke outcomes for rural and remote patients will soon improve, thanks to the Australian Stroke Alliance’s transformational prehospital retrieval program. The Stroke Alliance aims to shrink…
Australian Stroke Alliance eyes next phase of growth with appointment of interim CEO
Tuesday March 1, 2022 The Australian Stroke Alliance, a five-year research program committed to a national and equitable approach to urgent stroke treatment, today announced the appointment of Dr Henry…
Latest global stroke facts
Over 30 years, the global stroke burden has increased dramatically, with the bulk of the burden falling on lower and lower-middle-income countries. Internationally, the global stroke burden has increased by…
Large data analysis highlights benefits of mobile stroke units: JAMA Neurology
Key findings: MSUs improve the likelihood of an excellent outcome after 90 days for a person who experiences a stroke – by 65 per cent Patients receive intra-venous thrombolysis 30…