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About this presentation
The Heart and Stroke Foundation provides guidance for healthcare providers supporting people who have experienced heart conditions, stroke and vascular cognitive impairment. The 2019 Heart and Stroke Report examines the connections between these conditions. Nurses have a unique first-hand experience of these strong associations through the care they provide. In recognition of Nursing Week, Dr. Patrice Lindsay and Dr. Cindy Yip will discuss the research presented in the 2019 Heart and Stroke Report and how this relates to direct nursing care.
Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing
(2007 to present)
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Pauline Weldon Spirit of CANN Award
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Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada Excellence in Neuroscience Nursing Award