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Top 10 global educational topics in stroke: A survey by the World Stroke Organization.

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Summary of "Top 10 global educational topics in stroke: A survey by the World Stroke Organization."

As part of a program of work to develop an educational strategy and implementation plan for the World Stroke Organization, we conducted a survey of World Stroke Organization members (health professionals, laypersons (Stroke Support Organizations)) to identify their potential educational needs.

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Name: International journal of stroke : official journal of the International Stroke Society
ISSN: 1747-4949
Pages: 1747493019855892

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