Ticketed Sessions

Ticketed Sessions

The ESOC Conference Planning Group and Teaching Course Group have developed a comprehensive panel of teaching courses and workshops, which are provided by world-renowned stroke experts.

Tickets will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis. Each course has limited places available, Don't miss out!

HOW TO REGISTER: Please register for courses through the online registration form .
Tickets cost €10

Note: Some sessions run at the same time

Hands On Workshops

Hands-On Neurosonology-
Thursday, 17 May08:30-12:00
Thursday, 17 May

Joint ESO-ESMINT-ESNR Workshop (2)

Please note this is a repeat of Neurointernvention
Joint ESO-ESMINT-ESNR Workshop (1)

Thursday, 17 May16:30-18:00
Simulation Workshop on Stroke Diagnostics and Treatment (focused on IV tPA application) SOLD OUT Friday, 18 May 08:30-10:00
Simulation Workshop on Stroke Treatment Logistics (focused on logistics of IV tPA application) Friday, 18 May 10:30-12:00
Simulation Workshop on Stroke Endovascular Treatment Lab (focused on EV treatment) SOLD OUT Friday, 18 May 14:15-15:45

Teaching Courses

Stroke Unit CareWednesday, 16 May16:30-18:00
Embolic Causes of StrokeThursday, 17 May08:30-10:00
Cerebral Venous ThrombosisThursday, 17 May10:30-12:00
Stroke in Systemic DiseasesFriday, 18 May08:30-10:00
How to Improve my Skills in Stroke Research?Friday, 18 May10:30-12:00
ESO Stroke Unit Certification Friday, 18 May10:30-12:00
Challenges in Diagnosis and Management of Stroke in PregnancyFriday, 18 May14:15-15:45
Secondary Stroke PreventionFriday, 18 May14:15-15:45


Structured Case Presentations

Participants are invited to submit a summary of a challenging case related to this topic.
1-2 cases will be selected for this session and the submitter will need to send  slides in advance of the session with more data on the case. The case will be presented by the convenors and a general discussion will take place.

Diagnosis of Monogenic Stroke. Hints & PitfallsThursday, 17 May14:30-16:00
Acute ManagementThursday, 17 May16:30-18:00
Stroke PreventionFriday, 18 May08:30-10:00


Building a European Research "Network of Networks" - the ESO Trial Alliance

Some countries in ESO have established successful research networks for stroke trials. Great potential exists to increase the efficiency of conduct of investigator-led stroke trials by stroke research networks working more closely together in a joint ‘network-of-networks’. The ESO Trials Alliance (ESOTA) is a new initiative led by the ESO Trials Network Committee.  It aims to support investigator-led stroke trials by closely aligning existing stroke research networks, and to support development of new networks in ESO countries where none currently exists. The ESO Trials Network Committee has organised a symposium at ESOC 2018 to discuss the feasibility and potential of a European multi-national trials alliance. 

The symposium will review experience of several ESO countries in running stroke research networks, reflect on lessons learned from a global multi-network trials alliance in Critical Care Medicine, and will conduct a series of interactive workshops to discuss practical issues involved in setting up a multi-national ESO Alliance of research networks.

The Target Audience is clinicians from ESO countries who are leading or collaborating in a randomised trial, or are considering beginning a new trial, to prevent or treat stroke. The symposium will also be of interest to colleagues involved in the management of stroke research networks in ESO countries.


Building a European Research "Network of Networks" - the ESO Trial Alliance SOLD OUT

Tuesday, May 15th

18:00: Welcome and Networking

18:30 – 21:30: Symposium


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