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This webinar covers the benefits of the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry (AuSCR) as well as the use of data to influence changes in the quality of care locally and nationally.
Hear about highlights from the STELAR project, the new emergency department minimum data spine for patients who are transferred for acute care treatments and the data linkage program. User survey feedback from hospitals and outcomes from the recent AuSCR Forum held in Sydney will also be shared.
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About the presenter
Professor Dominique Cadilhac (PhD, MPH, BN (post-reg), RN [Div 1]) is an expert in stroke research across acute, rehabilitation and long-term care.
Prof Cadilhac leads the Translational Public Health and Evaluation Research Division in Stroke and Ageing Research at the School of Clinical Sciences, Monash University. She is also Head of Public Health: Stroke Division at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health (Australia).
Prof Cadilhac is the principal coordinating investigator and data custodian for the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry and the research-lead for the Victorian Stroke Telemedicine program in Australia. She has published over 160 articles and her skillset includes epidemiology, implementation science and economic evaluation.