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medicine and Health Scineces
Neurology
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CHU Hassan II of Fez
neurology
Ballarat Health Services
Internal Medicine Services-Neurology
Ramesh Sahathevan is a consultant physician and neurologist with the Ballarat Health Services. Prior to moving to Australia, Ramesh was a consultant neurologist and physician, and senior lecturer with the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre in Kuala Lumpur. The focus of his clinical practise is in stroke prevention, improvement of acute stroke care and, acute and chronic cognitive dysfunction. His research interests reflect his clinical practise. In recent years Ramesh has also started looking at the role of machine learning in the practise of medicine. He is currently a member of the Lancet Commission for Stroke in low- and middle-income countries. He is also a faculty member of the Lundbeck International Neuroscience Foundation. Since 2017, Ramesh has been an active member of the WSO Education Committee.
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University of Birmingham
School of sports, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences
National Neuroscience Institute
Neurology
Dr Monica is a neurologist with a primary interest in clinical neurology. She has a keen interest in stroke, education, and research ethics. She trained in stroke and neurology in three countries- India, Canada and Singapore. She has been involved in stroke research during her early career, and her current interests include stroke education.
University of Toronto
Department of Physical Therapy
Dr. Nancy Salbach is a Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute Chair at the University of Toronto, and a Senior Scientist at KITE-Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, University Health Network in Toronto, Canada. Dr. Salbach is a physical therapist and epidemiologist known worldwide for her implementation science research in stroke rehabilitation. She has obtained more than $13 million (CAD) in grant funding and five career awards totalling $1.2 million, published over 105 journal articles, and peer-reviewed for 20 journals and 10 granting agencies internationally. Dr. Salbach’s research approach consistently involves collaboration with patients, clinicians, regional stroke networks, and national and community organizations. Research in her Knowledge-to-Action lab has increased understanding of how to foster evidence-based stroke rehabilitation and implement task-oriented community exercise programs for older adults with balance and mobility limitations. The iWalk toolkit, which contains the iwalkassess app (www.iwalkassess.com), helps to promote a novel evidence-informed approach to using the 10-meter and 6-minute walk tests post-stroke. Dr. Salbach co-chairs the writing group for the Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations, and the Canadian Stroke Community-based Exercise Recommendations, and is founder and chair of the Canadian Advisory Collaborative for TIMETM (CAN-ACT).
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Hospital Pulau Pinang
Neurosurgery
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CHUV
Clinical Neurosciences
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Unihealth Paranaque
Neurology
Susana Banrezes Salselas, Master and Nurse Specialist in Rehabilitation Nursing, working at the Stroke Unit of ULSNE – Macedo de Cavaleiros, Portugal. Since 2005 until the present date Susana works at ULSNE – Macedo de Cavaleiros, until 2012 in the Internal Medicine ward and currently in the Stroke Unit. Between 2016 and 2017, and by choice, she worked in England, at the Royal Berkshire Hospital Foundation Trust – Reading, in the Hurley Ward (rehabilitation ward). In 2017 and 2018 Susana collaborated with the Bragança Higher School of Health, as a guest professor, in the Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Nursing. From 2018 to 2021 she was the Portuguese national coordinator of the QASC Europe project, of the Angels Initiative. Since 2020 she is a member of the Portugal Angels Nurse Task Force group.
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University Hospital Olomouc
Comprehensive Stroke Center, Department of Neurology
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Complejo Hospitalario Universitario Insular - Materno Infantil
Neurology
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University of Alabama at Birmingham
Neurology
University of Adelaide & The Royal Adelaide Hospital
Cardiology
Professor Sanders is a clinical and academic electrophysiologist. He undertook his Cardiology training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, electrophysiology and doctoral training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, before taking up a postdoctoral training in Bordeaux, France. Professor Sanders was appointed to the Knapman-National Heart Foundation Chair of Cardiology Research at the University of Adelaide and as Clinical Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in 2005. He has established an internationally recognised electrophysiology laboratory and research group which is at the forefront of strategies for the treatment and management of atrial fibrillation. Professor Sanders is an NHMRC Practitioner Fellow and has published >500 peer-reviewed publications. He has received a variety of accolades including being named the 2010 Australian Medical Researcher of the year under the age of 40, receiving a NHMRC Achievement award for the highest ranked Practitioner Award in 2013, the RT Hall Prize from the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand in 2015 and most recently the Royal Australian College of Physicians Eric Susman Prize 2021. Work from his group has been instrumental in establishing the role of risk factor management in atrial fibrillation.
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Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University
Internal Medicine
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Azienda Ospedaliero Universitaria di Sassari
Stroke Unit
Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex
Department of Medicine
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Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences