More than 100 attendees visited the Ontario Stroke Network booth over two days during the Canadian Stroke Congress this month.

OSN’s Booth 100 provided a variety of information and materials for interested attendees. Several regional stroke regions were on hand and provided booth materials, including post-stroke exercise and aboriginal stroke videos, rehabilitation intensity cards, information on telestroke and more. The Hypertension Management Program was also on hand, providing information on the program and displaying a poster.

The Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) also held two demonstrations, both of which were well attended.

There was strong interest in the Ontario Stroke Report Cards. The report cards illustrate progress being made in stroke care and also demonstrates to the Local Health Integrated Networks where further improvements are needed. The report cards are available on the OSN website.