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Describe the latest research in neuro-oncology and neurosurgery, discuss strategies for improving the quality of neurosurgical care, and discuss the importance of grant funding and scholarship in academic neurosurgery.
To improve patient outcomes and the quality of service delivery by implementing a standardized approach to patient care management for patients who meet “Stroke Alert” criteria.
This course is designed for residents at the University of Florida, but others are welcome. However, an enrollment key is required.
The purpose of the UF Health Stroke CME Program is to provide healthcare providers with up-to-date, clinically relevant, scientifically rigorous, evidence-based medical information and training using educationally sound principles and formats in order to promote excellence in all aspects of stroke care and coordination, patient safety and the effective use of resources.