3rd Consensus Conference for the Action Plan for Stroke in Europe 2018

The third consensus conference for the Action Plan for Stroke in Europe took place at the Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung in Munich, Germany in March 2018. The conference was organised by the European Stroke Organisation (ESO) in cooperation with the patient organisation Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE) and was part of a larger project which started over one year earlier. The Action Plan will replace the Helsingborg Declaration of 2006, a consensus document used as the basis for setting up and planning stroke services, reviewing current evidence and identifying the most important areas for research.

The Challenge

How to Organise a Consensus Conference for an Action Plan: Seventy of the leading experts in the field of stroke were working together on a consensus text covering seven different fields. Creating a consensus text with so many experts working on it simultaneously, with different ideas and comments can be extremely challenging. It can also be difficult to sort and utilise all the input gathered at the conference. Participation in the meeting was by invitation only, but the task was to get input from as many experts as possible and to share the event with even more people.

How Congrex mastered it

A couple of weeks before the meeting, the latest version of the consensus document was made available to the public to read and comment on. Thanks to state-of-the-art technology provided by Congrex Switzerland, a large amount of constructive comments were received and taken into consideration within a short time. In addition to the invitations, specialist physicians could send an application for the meeting, stating their experience in the field of stroke. Congrex used an advanced online tool to collect and review the applications. To let more people join this special event a high-quality live stream of the proceedings was provided. Live tweets kept the public up to date via social media, using the hashtag: #StrokeActionPlan.

The Action Plan for Stroke in Europe meeting was a great success, further advancing the development of the consensus document. The new Action Plan will be presented at the European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC) in Gothenburg for the first time and thereafter at the EU Parliament in Brussels.

What our Clients says

“I would like to express a huge thank you to the Congrex team for their tremendous support during the last years. The collaboration is not only on a professional basis, I also value their high dedication and personal commitment to ESO.”

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Characteristics

The European Stroke Organisation (ESO) is a pan-European society of stroke researchers and physicians, national and regional stroke societies and lay organisations that was founded in December 2007.

City:

Munich

Country:

Germany

More References in City: Munich

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