ANVC’s official journal has launched with content to enrich your contribution to the care of stroke patients. Published quarterly, the Stroke Clinician provides highly relevant clinical content to grow your knowledge and skills in the management of neurovascular patients.
Click on the link below to access the journal’s inaugural issue; then click the PDF link to open the journal.
Message from the Editor-in-Chief – Stroke Clinician, A Journal for YOU!
President’s Message – Global Burden of Stroke: A Call for Action
Stroke Coordinator Developmental Needs Around the Globe: An MT - ANVC International Survey
Equipping Stroke Nurses to Take on Extended Roles within Acute Stroke Care Through an Advanced Practice Fellowship: An Evaluation Study
Hospital-to-Hospital Transfer Delays in Hyperacute Stroke: Known Causes and Gaps in Knowledge
Abstracts from the ANVC 2023 Annual Conference
Winning Poster from the ANVC 2023 Annual Conference
Research Corner: INTERACT3 – Review of the Evidence for Intracerebral Hemorrhage (ICH) Treatment
Stroke Center Corner: Navigating Changes in Stroke Center Certification Standards
In Our Stroke Unit: The Royal Blackburn Hospital Acute Stroke Unit
Neuroimaging Case Review
Certification Corner – Sample Test Questions for NVRN, ASC, CNIC, and ANVP Board Exams
Stroke Clinician is actively seeking submission of clinically relevant content of interest. We publish accepted works free of charge to authors and the journal is Open Access enabling access to all interested readers at all times. Topics of interest include:
Original research papers
Acute stroke quality improvement projects
Narrative, integrated, or systematic reviews Neuroimaging case reports
Examples of Stroke Units that embrace the “dedicated Stroke Unit” concept
To submit content for publication consideration, please go to: Stroke Clinician (psu.edu)