TriHealth Neuroscience Care

2024 TriHealth Neuroscience Conference

Thursday, May 2, 2024 | 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. | Registration begins at 7 a.m.
Oasis Conference Center | Loveland-Miamiville Rd, Loveland, OH 45140
Cost: $60* | Register Here

The TriHealth Neuroscience Institute is proud to present our 2nd Annual Neuroscience Conference: “Stroke Care Today and Tomorrow” to be held on Thursday, May 2, 2024 at The Oasis Center in Loveland, Ohio. Join us while top healthcare providers from TriHealth and Mayfield Brain & Spine partner with keynote speaker, Dr. Christopher Kellner, from Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, to share the most current strategies in caring for patients suffering from stroke. Topics will include the most current evidence-based practices in the medical and surgical management of acute stroke recognition, prevention, and life after stroke. This year, there will be a special focus on Intracerebral hemorrhage.

Special highlights include:

  • Christopher Kellner MD, from Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, New York will review the current evidence for and against surgery for intracerebral hemorrhage, evidence-based strategies to improve outcome during and after surgery, and future directions to optimize functional outcome in these patients.
  • Mayfield Brain and Spine will take a deeper dive into using an image guided thrombosis repair model to demonstrate anterior and posterior stroke presentations to help providers identify large vessel occlusions.
  • The agenda includes inpatient, secondary stroke/outpatient, prehospital & emergency care, rehabilitation and recovery, cardiovascular/neurosurgical tracks, and a new critical care track to tailor the learning to your needs.
  • Systems of Care Stroke Survivor session where attendees can hear from three different stroke survivors of the impact of how care is delivered and their personal journey surviving a stroke.

Contact hours available. Learn more.

Breakfast and lunch provided.

*Registration  now for only $55 - The Early bird special, but only if you register before March 31. The price goes up to $60 starting Monday, April 1.