Day 3: Wednesday August 23

Wednesday August 23

 Minna-hall (streaming) Parallel 1Maria-hall Parallel 2 
Therapeutic brain plasticity
Eero Castren/Jukka Jolkkonen

Ulrike Waje-Anreassen/Perttu Lindsberg
Adaptive brain plasticity after stroke – Evidence from preclinical models, Karsten Ruscher (Lund)
Ancillary imaging to guide recanalization therapies of acute ischemic stroke – harm or benefit?
Sami Curtze (Helsinki)
Pharmacological promotion of neuronal plasticity
Eero Castrén (Helsinki)
Contribution of ultrasound examinations in the etiologic evaluation of patients with ischemic stroke/TIA,
Ulrike Waje-Andreasse (Bergen)
Fluoxetine cons, Katharina Stibrant Sunnerhagen, (Gothenburg)
Imaging of intracerebral hemorrhage,
Michaela Bode (Oulu)
Therapeutic brain plasticity: future perspectives, Andrew Clarkson (Dunedin, New Zealand, online)Neuroimaging patterns associated with clinical outcomes,
Arne Lindgren (Lund)
Awards – best poster and short communication
Advances in stroke rehabilitation
Guri Hagberg/Kauko Pitkänen

Prognosis and outcomes in intracranial hemorrhage
Timo Koivisto/Ola Nilsson
Intelligent technology to enable decentralized neurorehabilitation, Olivier Lambercy (Zurich)The results of surgical evacuation of ICH as evaluated by novel biomarkers, Juhana Frösen (Tampere)

Standardized measurement of upper limb recovery after stroke – recommendations and implementation, Margit Alt Murphy (Gothenburg)
Long-term prognosis of intracerebral hemorrhage,
Sami Tetri (Oulu)
Assessment instruments for evaluation of stroke outcomes, Terry Quinn (Glasgow)
Prognosis of poor grade aneurysmal subarachnoid heamorrhage,
Olli Kämäräinen (Kuopio)
Smart garment and immersive exergaming to enhance feedback of upper limb training, Timo Siponen (Helsinki)
Functional outcome of aneurysmal subarachnoid heamorrhage,
Angelika Sorteberg (Oslo)
12:00  Lunch/Exhibition  Lunch/Exhibition
Life after stroke
Mika Pyykkö/Tamara Abzhandadze
Caregivers’ situation after stroke, Susanne Guidetti (Stockholm)
Mind the patient perspective! Kaj Kunnas (Nykarleby)
Tools to support follow-up, Emma Kjörk (Gothenburg)
The Finnish Brain Association: Patient Organisation Perspective, Mika Pyykkö (Turku)
Stroke nursing and specialized rehabilitation
Johanna Martin/Anne Nevakare

Tools to talk – a reimplementation study of supported conversation for adults with aphasia, Mia Loft (Copenhagen)
A qualitative interview study of nurses’ experiences of pain in patients admitted with stroke, Maria Brudsø (Copenhagen)
ESO Quality in Acute Stroke Care (QASC) project, Anneli Jaska (Tartu)
Implementing dysphagia screening for acute-stroke patients, Johanna Martin (Helsinki)
Spatial neglect and related disorders in stroke care, Marianne Elisabeth Klinke (Reykjavik)