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Welcome to the Minnesota Stroke Registry Program!

The Minnesota Department of Health is committed to reducing the burden of death and disability caused by stroke. The Minnesota Stroke Registry Program is a participant in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Paul Coverdell National Acute Stroke Program.



Minnesota Stroke Registry Program Regional Workshops - registration now open!


The Minnesota Stroke Registry Program is pleased to announce the 2014 regional workshop series entitled: Breaking Stroke Barriers in Rural Minnesota with Your Partners. This workshop will focus on pre-hospital and hospital care. This workshop is targeted toward EMS professionals, ED nurses, nurse managers and directors, ICU nurses, nurse managers and directors, stroke and trauma coordinators, and nurse & EMS educators in the Minnesota EMS community and hospitals. 


Make plans now to attend at one of four sites:

- St. Cloud (9/23/2014)

- Marshall (10/1/2014)

- Duluth (10/21/2014)

- Fergus Falls (10/30/2014). 


The same content will be presented at each location so you only need to attend one day. Choose the site that works best for you! Continuing education credits for nurses and EMS have been applied for through the American Heart Association.

Download the Save-the-Date flyer

View the agenda

Registration: click here to register - spots are limited! Select "Breaking Stroke Barriers in Rural Minnesota with Your Partners" at the site you would like to attend. Registration is $25. Please use your organization (not your home) location in the address fields.

Questions? Contact Mary Jo Mehelich at mary.mehelich@state.mn.us or (651) 201-5419.



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