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Minor stroke/TIA
Join another FREE WSO webinar hosted by the World Stroke Academy!
Minor stroke/TIA: i) initial diagnosis and investigation, ii) urgent and subacute treatment

Professor Shelagh Coutts (University of Calgary, Canada)
Professor Peter Rothwell (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)

Moderator: Associate Professor Dariush Dowlatshahi
(University of Ottawa, Canada/ WSO Research Committee)
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Peter Rothwell
Professor @University of Oxford
Peter Rothwell is the Action Research Professor of Neurology at Oxford University and Founding Director of the Wolfson Centre for Prevention of Stroke and Dementia (CPSD). His research group, which includes about 40 staff, studies the causes of stroke and strategies for improving prevention. Rothwell has published over 500 research papers and has been the recipient of many awards, including the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education.
Shelagh Coutts
Professor @University of Calgary
Dr. Coutts obtained her Undergraduate Medical Degree from the University of Edinburgh in 1997 and undertook general medical training at Glasgow Royal Infirmary prior to specializing in neurology. She moved to Calgary to complete a Fellowship in Stroke Neurology with Dr. Alastair Buchan. Her research interests include the use of acute imaging in triage and treatment of stroke and TIA patients in the Emergency Department. Her research interests include better diagnosis, triage and treatment of TIA and minor stroke patients. She recently completed a provincial study to improve TIA care throughout Alberta.