A posse of prehospital stroke expertise
The Australian Stroke Alliance’s Stroke Golden Hour program relies on the goodwill and hard work of many individuals who have joined our advisory councils and committees.
Welcome to the new chair of our Consumer Council, Dr Eleanor Horton
Dr Eleanor Horton is an experienced nurse academic. Among her many roles, she is a member of the Stroke Foundation’s Research Advisory Committee and is the chair of the Australian Stroke Alliance’s Consumer Council.
Stroke-capable ambulances hit the road
Paramedics in regional Victoria and NSW are using new digital apps to enhance diagnosis of acute stroke in the field.
Listening to First Nations voices at the Alice Springs summit
Neurologist, Dr Angela Dos Santos reports on the summit.
Alice Springs: Statement on the Future of Stroke Care
In October, the Australian Stroke Alliance met with South Australian and Northern Territory health workers at Alice Springs Hospital for a national first – a summit to discuss ways to enhance stroke referral, retrieval and response.
Indigenous Voice ‘vital’ to improve health outcomes for First Nations people: Luke Burchill on ABC NewsRadio
Co-chair of this council, Associate Professor Luke Burchill, recently joined Mandy Presland on ABC NewsRadio to discuss why a voice for First Nations people is crucial in creating long-lasting, sustainable change.
Latest performance data from the Melbourne mobile stroke unit
Australia’s first mobile stroke unit continues to improve its cutting-edge prehospital response and treatment times.
Why is Indigenous leadership important when planning medical research? The Darak team asks this question.
Why is Indigenous leadership important when planning medical research, and how do we retain our authentic selves when connecting different worlds?
AirMed&Rescue Magazine: Taking stroke detection into the skies
The work of the Australian Stroke Alliance has been featured by AirMed&Rescue, a publication "dedicated to the international airborne special missions community".
The impact of super-charged stroke care
Research innovations within the health sector will only succeed if they can prove their impact. As our Evaluation Platform lead, Professor Dominique Cadilhac explains, it is critical to ask two questions.