TriHealth Neuroscience Care

2023 TriHealth Neuroscience Conference: “Stroke Care Today & Tomorrow”

Friday, May 5, 2023 | 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Registration begins at 7 a.m.
Cintas Center | 1624 Musketeer Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Cost: $45 | Register Here


Join us for an opportunity to engage with neuroscience leaders in panel discussions about the latest innovations related to the cerebrovascular care of patients; including prevention, hyperacute treatment, surgical treatment, rehabilitation, and secondary stroke prevention.

Contact Hours Available

TriHealth is accredited by the Ohio State Medical Association (OSMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. TriHealth designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. AMA PRA Category 1 credits are approved contact hours for the OBN for nursing and for the State of Ohio Board of EMS for emergency medical service providers. 6.0 contact hours are approved by the Ohio Board of Occupational and Physical therapies. Speech therapy will receive a certificate of completion for 6.0 contact hours.

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Neha Dangayach, MD, MSCR, FNCS, FAAN, DCE’21 | Bio

System Director for Neuro-emergencies Management and Transfer (NEMAT) program at Mount Sinai Health Systems in New York City

Jane Boutte, SLP | Bio

Speech and Language Pathologist with the VP of Select Medical Neuro Transitional Rehabilitation in Texas

Dr. Mary Miller Phillips | Bio

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist at Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation in Dallas, Texas


All participants will be able to:

  • Optimize recognition and timely triage and treatment of neurologic emergency patients to improve patient outcomes
  • Understand how a transitional rehabilitation program supports patients after they leave the inpatient setting and funding sources for coverage
  • Outline current medical and nursing best practices in caring for stroke patients

Participants can choose from the following individual learning tracks:

Surgical Track
Discuss the surgical management of aneurysms and cardiovascular Interventions
Review of guidelines in stroke prevention and TIA including diagnostic workups, anticoagulation management, dual antiplatelet therapy, and surgical management of carotid stenosis including TCAR procedure.

Emergency/EMS Track
Discuss the medicolegal consideration for emergent recognition and treatment of acute ischemic stroke (AIS), TIA management, and early-antithrombotic for suspected AIS
Understand the latest updates on opportunities for treating stroke patients presenting in the expanded treatment window or with unusual presentations.

Rehabilitation & Recovery Track
Highlight current rehabilitation technology advancements and its impacts on stroke recovery
Discuss the sequela of complications directly caused by urinary incontinence post stroke, post-stroke depression, and how medications play a role in recovery using an interdisciplinary approach to post-acute stroke care in the acute rehabilitation setting.

Inpatient & Secondary Stroke Prevention Track
Explore the indications for hyperosmolar treatment, continuous brain tissue oxygen (Pbt02), quantitative EEG monitoring, and epileptic considerations in cerebrovascular patients
Understand the secondary stroke preventions for patients with patent foraman ovale, surgical complications, multiple chemical sensitivity, and sleep apnea as it relates to cerebrovascular disease.

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