03/11/2020 | Wednesday

Room Gavea A Room Gavea B Room Copacabana

II LATIN AMERICAN STROKE MINISTERIAL MEETING
13:00 Welcome
(GlobalStroke, WSO, PAHO, MOH)

13:10 The Burden of Stroke in Latin America and how research can help in the Government decisionse
Pablo Lavados (SIECV, Chile)

13:30 Primary prevention: How to implement?
Valery Feigin (WSO)

13:50 Global Hearts: working together with PAHO and world Heart Federation
(PAHO)

14:10 Stroke Systems of Care
Carlos Molina (ESO)

14:30 Regional differences in implementation of stroke units: the European Stroke Action Plan
Bo Norrving (WSO/ESO)

14:50 Is high quallity reaserch feasible in developing countries? The results and lessons of RESILIENT Trial
Raul Nogueira (SVIN/BSN/RNPAVC)

15:10 Cost-effectivenes in stroke
Denizar Viana (MOH of Brazil)

15:30 COFFEE-BREAK

15:50 The National Plan for Stroke in Chile
(MOH of Chile)

16:10 The National Plan for Stroke in Brazil
(MOH of Brazil)

16:30 The WSO Plan to Cut Stroke in Half
Michael Brainin (WSO)

16:50 The results of the I Latin American Stroke Ministerial Meeting and what happened since them
Sheila Martins

17:10 Meeting per country: reviewing the gaps and next steps (delegation per country)

18:00 Countries conclusions (presented by Ministers or representatives) - Round Table

19:00 Closing Remarks

8:30-12:30
Teaching Course
Update Prevention in stroke

- Public: health professionals of Primary Attention of Rio de Janeiro (dorctors, nurses)
- Stroke Prevention in Primary attention - Risk Factors
- Hipertension
- Dislipidemia and Diabetes
- Atrial Fibrilation
- Lifestyle modification: Tobacco and alcohol
- Lifestyle modification: Diet and Physical activity
- Using the Stroke Riskometer App
- Evaluationg the etiology of stroke and treatment according to the cause

13:30-13:40 Early Career Research Workshop - GAINS (Global Alliance of Independent Networks focused on Stroke Trials)

13:40-14:20 Introductions - What is GAINS and why this workshop is important?
Andrew Demchuk/Joe Broderick

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Session 1: Global Trial Network Resources for Early Career Investigators -
What Exists That Can Help You? Overview From Several Networks

13:40-13:50 NIH StrokeNet
Joseph Broderick

13:50-13:56 GAINS
Andrew Demchuk

13:56-14:02 The George Institute for Global Health
Craig Anderson

14:02-14:08 Brazilian Research Stroke Network
Octavio Pontes Neto

14:08-14:14 WSO Research and Young Stroke Professional Committees
Julie Bernhardt

14:14-14:20 Latin American Resources
Pablo Lavados

14:20-14:30 Q & A

Session 2: Roadmap/Inspirations from Successful Stroke Clinician Scientist/Clinical Trialist

14:30-14:54 My own journey - what worked, what I should have done differently
Carlos Molina, Raul Nogueira, Gisele Sampaio

14:54-15:02 Why it is great to be a multi-centre trialist!
Julie Bernhardt

15:02-15:17 How to write and review papers
Marc Fisher

15:17-15:25 Q & A

15:30-15:45 Health Break

15:45-17:30 Session 3: Research Project Presentations and Critique

Individual participants have volunteered to pitch their research
ideas/study designs to receive friendly constructive feedback
from a group of mentors 
with similar research theme interests.
This session will provide an opportunity for all attendees to connect
with one another in research themes of similar interest for potential future collaborations.

Medtronic Acute Ischemic Stroke Forum
08:00-08:10 Welcome
Sheila Martins

08:10-08:35 Organization of Stroke Center: From Primary to Comprehensive Center
Sheila Martins

08:35-09:00 The Role of EMS in the Pre-Hospital Line of Care
Octavio Pontes

09:00-09:25 The Impact of Low Complexity Emergency Care Unit (UPA) in the Pre-Hospital Line of Stroke Care
Francisco Mont'Alverne

09:25-09:50 The Role of Multidisciplinary Team & Stroke Care Management
Carla Moro

09:50-10:15 Network for Regional Acute Ischemic Stroke Care Organization
Alexandre Longo

10:15-10:45 COFFEE-BREAK

10:45-11:10 Optimizing Acute Ischemic Stroke Reperfusion Therapy in a Well-Organized Network
Demetrius Lopes

11:10-11:35 How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming the Acute Ischemic Stroke Treatment
Raul Nogueira

11:35-12:00 Selection of Patients for Mechanical Thrombectomy
Daniel Abud

12:00-13:00 LUNCH BOX + BREAK

13:00-13:25 Thrombectomy in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Challenges to Procedural Success
Pedro Lylyk

13:25-13:50 Cost-Utility Analysis of Mechanical Thrombectomy: A Healthcare Payer Perspective
Pedro Magalhaes

13:50-15:00 Brazilian Experience
Pedro Magalhaes, Daniel Abud, Francisco Mont'Alverne, Leandro Barbosa

15:00-15:30 COFFEE-BREAK

15:30-18:00 One Size Fits All? Workshop for Thrombectomy Systems of Care
Consultor & Moderator TDB

Building the new reality for the Brazilian Ischemic Stroke Treatment: Identifing Barriers, building opportunities and implementing actions

18:00-18:25 What´s Next for AIS Treatment in Brazil
Pedro Magalhaes, Francisco Mont'Alverne

3/12/2020 | Thursday

Room Gavea A Room Gavea B Room Leme Room Urca

08:00-12:30
Workshop Acute Stroke Care - Angels

08:00-09:00 Hyperacute and acute stroke care
Letícia Rabello

09:00-09:30 Nurse check-list in acute care
Marcelo Klu

09:30-10:00 Optimizing times for reperfusion
Carlos Molina

10:00-10:30 Telemedicine for Stroke: why ans how to use it
Leonardo Carbonera

10:30-10:50 COFFEE-BREAK

10:50-11:30 Neuroimage in acute stroke
Eli Faria Evaristo

11:30-11:50 Intracranial Hemorrhage management and treatment
Raul Valiente

11:50-12:15 How to organize a stroke unit?
Rodrigo Bazan

12:30-13:30 Satellite symposium Penumbra

13:30-14:30 CONFERENCE
Marc Fisher

13:30 Why should you do research?

14:00 Translational Stroke Research

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14:30-19:30
Angels Global Forum

14:30-14:40 Welcome

14:40-15:00 Angels Initiative in Europe
Valeria Caso

15:00-15:20 Stroke Action Plan in Europe
Bo Norrving

15:20-15:40 Stroke Systems of Care in Spain
Carlos Molina

15:40-16:00 Stroke Systems of Care in Vietnan
Thang Nguyen

16:00-16:20 COFFEE-BREAK

16:20-16:40 Stroke Systems of Care in Egypt
Magd Fouad or Hany

16:40-17:00 Stroke Systems of Care in India
Jeyaraj Pandian

17:00-17:20 Stroke Systems of Care in Canada
Andrew Demchuck

17:20-17:40 Stroke Systems of Care in Brazil
Sheila Martins

17:40-18:00 Cost-effectiveness of Stroke
Pedro Magalhães

18:00-18:20 Discussion

18:20-19:20 Meeting per country

19:20-19:50 Presentation per country

19:50-20:00 Closing remarks

08:30-12:30
Forum for Brazilian Health Managers

08:30-09:00 Stroke in Brazil: a lot of improvement but still a lot to do

09:00-09:30 The stroke program in Brazil: from Federal plan to the regional implementation

09:30-10:30 Models of Success: Joinville, Fortaleza, Ribeirão, Porto Alegre, Vitória
Carla Moro, João José, Octávio, Sheila, Fiorot

10:30-11:00 New Stroke Networks

11:00-12:15 Since declaration of Gramado: where are we now and actions from here?

Awareness of population, Education for health professionals, Primary Attention, pre-hospital, Acute Stroke care and Rehabilitation
(COSEMS, SAE, DAB, CGANT,SCTIE, PAHO, Societies, ABN)

12:15-12:30 Closing Remarks

08:30-12:30
How to organize your Stroke Center/Stroke Unit - Angels

08:30-09:00 Step by step of the stroke unit organization

09:00-09:30 Implementing protocols evidence-based for acute stroke
Francisco Dias

09:30-09:55 Implementing protocols evidence-based for post acute stroke
Pablo Lavados

09:55-10:20 The role of the multidisciplinary team and the management of the stroke unit
Andrea Almeida

10:20-10:40 COFFEE-BREAK

10:40-11:05 Implementing rehabilitation protocols
Julie Bernhard

11:05-11:30 Implementing acute endovascular treatment
Fernando Gongora

11:30-11:55 Organizing the regional network
Marc Ribó

11:55-12:20 Organizing stroke care adapting best practices to the local environment
Victor Urrutia

08:30-12:30
Neurocritical Care in Stroke: 2020 Frontiers!

08:30 Informatics in Neurocritical Care: the future is here.
Maramelia Miranda Alves

08:50 Treating malignant MCA strokes, can we overcome hemicraniectomy?
Gisele Sampaio Silva

09:10 Brain Death in Patients with Stroke: Clinic and Law
Gabriel de Freitas

09:30 Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: managing DCI after the HIMALIA trial
Airton Leonardo

09:50 Outcomes in Neurocritical Care: the challenging of measuring the right parameters
Jamary Oliveira Filho

10:10 International Practices Differences: from drugs to monitoring
Nelson Maldonado

10:30 COFFEE-BREAK

10:50 Inside the Black Box: Neuromonitoring in Stroke, is it necessary?
Antonio Eiras Falcão

11:10 Delirium in Stroke Patients: from definition to treatment
Cassia Ryghi

11:30 Status Epilepticus in Stroke patients: should we monitor more?
Pedro Kurtz

11:50 The role of Transcranial Doppler in Neurocritical Care
Viviane Zetola

12:10 Discussion

3/13/2020 | Friday

Room Gavea A + Gavea B

Plenary Session: Stroke in 2020 - where are we?

08:30 Opening Session

08:35-08:55 Cut stroke in half: the WSO strategy to reduce the burden of stroke
Michael Brainin

08:55-09:15  33 years of reperfusion treatment
Joseph Broderick

09:15-09:35 Reconsidering stroke care models for reperfusion therapies
Carlos Molina

09:35-09:55 Mission Thrombectomy 2020: an international plan to implement thrombectomy across the globe
Dileep Yavagal

09:55-10:15 Challenges in implementing National and Regional Stroke action plans
Pablo Lavados

10:15-10:25 Discussion

10:25-10:45 COFFEE-BREAK

Acute stroke care

10:45-11:05 IV Thrombolysis: lessons from the ENCHANTED Trial
Craig Anderson

11:05-11:25 What is new in thrombolysis? Extended window and new thrombolytic agents
Octávio Pontes Neto

11:25-11:45 Personalized Medicine in Stroke Reperfusion
Raul Nogueira

11:45-12:05 Advanced Neuroimage in Stroke: treating more patients with reperfusion therapy
David Liebskind

12:05-12:25 Thrombectomy in developing countries is feasible? The results and lessons from the RESILIENT Trial
Sheila Martins/Raul Nogueira

12:25-12:45 Preventing Malignant MCA evolution: the role of thrombectomy and novel pharmacological approaches
Gisele Sampaio

12:45-13:05 Lessons from the MISTIE and CLEAR III trial: is there a role for tPA in hemorrhagic stroke?
Victor Urrutia

13:05-13:15 Discussion

13:15-14:00
Satellite Symposium - Moinhos de Vento Hospital 
Defying the impossible
*with lunch-box

Diagnostic medicine: what to expect in the next 10 years?
Leonardo Vedolin

New technologies in stroke care
Demetrius Klee Lopes

Research in Stroke

14:00-14:20 The Gaps and Oportunities in Research in Stroke - The GAINS Initiative
Andrew Demchuk

14:40-15:00 Selecting patients for thrombectomy in pré-hospital setting
Marc Ribó

15:00-15:15 Translating research findings into clinical practice in stroke: the BRIDGE Stroke Trial
Maria Julia Carrion

15:15-15:30 Stroke treatment in the new era: TeleStroke throught the mobile app
Sheila Martins

15:30-15:45 Chagas Disease as an important risk factor for stroke in Latin America
Jamary Oliveira Filho

15:45-16:00 Atrial Fibrillation Screening in Public Health
Juliana Safanelli

16:00-16:15 The Cost-Effectiveness of Thrombectomy in Stroke - the Resilient Trial Results
Ana Claudia de Souza

16:00-16:15 COFFEE-BREAK

Prevention and Rehabilitation

16:15-16:35 Current and future antithrombotic interventions for high risk TIA and minor stroke
Juan Arenillas

16:35-16:55 PFO closure: still a controversy?

16:55-17:15 DOAC for non AF patients: what we know until now
Álvaro Avezum

17:15-17:35 When and how resume anticoagulation in patient with ICH and high bleeding risk?
Gabriel de Freitas

17:35-17:55 Value-based health care in stroke
Daniel Bezerra

17:55-18:15 What could be done to reduce the burden of stroke in the most cost-effective and practicable way
Valery Feigin

18:15-18:35 Multi-centre recovery trials: why we need them and how to build them
Julie Bernhard

18:35-18:45 Discussion

18:45-19:15 Closing conference: A world free from stroke - myth or reality?
Bo Norrving

3/14/2020 | Saturday

Activity

7:30-8:30 RUN

Room Copacabana Room Leme Room Gavea A + Gavea B

09:00-11:00 Hands-on acute stroke care

09:00-11:00 Hands-on neurintervention
(Raul, Franzé, Abud, Frudit, Pedro, Demetrius, Dabus, Marc)​

10:00-11:00 Selected posters presentation

Room Gavea A + Gavea B

What's next in stroke? Ongoing and future of research in stroke

11:00-11:15 Big Data to organize stroke care
Márcio Rodrigues

11:15-11:25 Pre-hospital stroke care
Marc Ribó

11:25-11:35 Thrombolysis
Joe Broderick

11:35-11:45 Endovascular Treatment
Raul Nogueira

11:45-11:55 Prevention
Valery Feigin

11:55-12:05 Rehabilitation
Julie Bernhard

12:05-12:15 Questions

12:15-12:30 COFFEE-BREAK

12:30-13:30 STROKE CHALLENGE
Sheila, Andrew, Molina

13:30-14:00 Closing session

WSO/ ANGELS Award in Latin America
Michael Brainin/Sheila

Other awards

Closing Meeting

Rede Brasil AVC WSO SIECV ABNeuro SBDCV SBNR SVIN ABN-RJ Medtronic Boehringer Ingelheim Allm Penumbra Balt Di Livros RAPID SITS Acontece Eventos