BASP Virtual Learning Hub

BASP are hosting monthly 1 hour webinar sessions with the opportunity to ask the presenters questions at the end of each session.  BASP will apply for CPD accreditation from the Royal College of Physicians, if the webinar has been accredited it will indicate below*.

Each webinar is free to attend, you must register in advance using the links provided below.

A certificate will be issued for those who attend more than 75% of the session, and complete a short evaluation that appears on the screen directly after the session.

Dates for your diary:

Webinar 10 – BASP Webinar 10 – Ischaemic stroke in the young
21 October 2021, 18:00 – 19:00
Dr Phillip Ferdinand, Consultant Acute Stroke/Physician, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust

CLICK HERE to register

(1 CPD point awarded by RCPUK)

*attendees must have been in attendance for 75% of the session and complete the post event survey to receive a certificate

Previous presentations – These are available to BASP members via the members section of the website

Webinar 9 – Posterior Circulation Stroke – what to recognise in patient care
Dr Neil Baldwin, Retired Consultant in Stroke Medicine, Worcestershire Royal Hospital (1 CPD point awarded by RCPUK)

Webinar 8 – End of Life Pathway in Stroke sometime
Professor Rowan Harwood (1 CPD point awarded by RCPUK)

Webinar 7 – CTA and CTP made easy for Stroke Physicians
Dr Changez Jadun (1 CPD point awarded by RCPUK)

Webinar 6 – Anticoagulation in acute stroke with atrial fibrillation: the clot thickens
Professor David Werring (1 CPD point awarded by RCPUK)

Webinar 5 – Vertigo & Stroke: differentiating central from peripheral causes
Mr Diego Kaski
 (1 CPD point awarded by RCPUK)

Webinar 4 – Cardio embolic stroke – investigation, treatment options and practical advice
Mr Mark Turner (1 CPD point awarded by RCPUK)

Webinar 3 – Neuroanatomy for the Stroke Physician
Dr Peter Whitfield

Webinar 2 – Option for TIA Services in the COVID era and beyond
Dr John Bamford

Webinar 1 – Dysphagia presentation following stroke and the first 72 hours of care – the role of speech and language therapy in meeting stroke standards of care
Sue Pownall & Sabrina Eltringham