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GLRSN ORIENTATION. May 14, 2009 Angela Bray Hedworth, MS, RHEd, CHES, Program Manager/GLRSN. HISTORY. HDSP Programs collaborated over 25 years. Initially funded in 2004, refunded in 2007. Current funding ends on June 30, 2010. . Initial meeting of the GLRSN in February, 2005. .

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GLRSN ORIENTATION

May 14, 2009

Angela Bray Hedworth, MS, RHEd, CHES, Program Manager/GLRSN


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HISTORY

  • HDSP Programs collaborated over 25 years.

  • Initially funded in 2004, refunded in 2007.

  • Current funding ends on June 30, 2010.

Initial meeting of the GLRSN in February, 2005.

GLRSN Meeting 2008


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MISSION

  • Reduce the burden of stroke and disparities within Great Lakes regional states by optimizing coordination and collaboration.

  • Priorities:

    • EMS Notification and Response

    • Evaluation and Surveillance

    • Quality of Care


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How We Carry Out Our Mission

  • State Advisory Board

  • Work Groups

    • EMS Notification & Response

    • Evaluation/Surveillance

    • Quality of Care

  • State Stroke Task Forces

  • Clinical Advisory Team

  • Policy and Procedure Guide


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GLRSN STRUCTURE

UIC/GLRSN Staff

Angela Hedworth

Effective 07/01/08


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RECENT PROJECTS


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Great Lakes Stroke Network

Strategic Map: 2009-2011

Make Vital Contributions to

Reducing the Burden of Stroke

Expand Network

Engagement

and Increase

Support

Foster Key

Stroke System

Level Changes

Secure and

Leverage

Required

Resources

Increase and

Demonstrate the

Unique Value

of the Network

Promote

Public/Provider

Education on Signs,

Symptoms and 911

Increase

Number of

Network Participants

and Partners

Support

Uniform Network

Epidemiology and

Surveillance System

Expand and

Diversify Network

Funding

Provide Technical

Assistance to

Improve EMS

Stroke Response

Increase Task Force

Engagement in

Implementation of

Strategic Plan

Develop the

Network’s Brand

Enhance

Communication within

the Network and

with Outside Partners

Facilitate Efforts

to Improve

Quality of Care

Increase the Use of

Expertise Within

and Across

Stroke Networks

Engage Key

Stakeholders and

Champions

Build Primary

Data Collection

Within the Network

Support and

Facilitate

Effective Stroke

Rehabilitation

Educate

Policy Makers

Using Key Partners

Expand Range and

Types of Partner

Contributions

Foster

Expanded Use of

Telemedicine

Improve Secondary

Prevention by

Integrating Across

Chronic Diseases


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The Burden of Stroke in the Great Lakes States

  • Released in January

    2006, updated 2008.

  • 2007 Stroke Atlas


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Upcoming

Rural Stroke Systems of Care, June 11, 2009

Approaches to Dysphagia, August 13

Maximizing Opportunities for tPA, October 8, 2009

Stroke Care Neurosurgery, December 10, 2009

Quality of Care Calls


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Received Heart Healthy Stroke Free Award in 2009

Created regional stroke plan and 2 strategic maps

Created a stroke rehabilitation regional inventory tool, collected data, creating report.

Website (http://glrsn.uic.edu)

Monthly Wave

Inventory of state stroke data sources

Partnered with NSA on Regional Stroke Meeting in 2006 and 2008.

Data Exchange 2007 & 2008.

Promotional Brochure, FAQ sheet, other promotional materials.

Burden Documents, Stroke Atlas & state stroke fact sheets

Partnering with Professional Sports How to Guide

Compilation of available Stroke Education Materials, Stroke Media campaigns, evidence based guidelines

Quality of Care calls reaching over 3500 people.

Over 440 people on listserv [email protected]

A SAMPLING OF SUCCESSES


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2008-2009 INITIATIVES

  • Telemedicine Feasibility Study

  • Partnership evaluation “Stories from the Field”

  • Quality of Care Calls

  • State Fact Sheets

  • Stroke Rehabilitation Inventory

  • Dysphagia workgroup


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2009 – 2010 INITIATIVES

  • Continuing Quality of Care calls

    • Collaborate with PCNASR

  • Develop online registration system

  • Discharge Planning/Rehabilitation Project

  • Rural Health/Critical Access Hospital Initiative

  • Dysphagia Screening Project

  • Patient Education Project

  • ASLS Training for EMS

  • GIS Mapping Projects/Epidemiology Partnership

  • Disparity Analysis


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WHAT CAN YOU DO?

  • Write letter of support

  • Respond to listserv questions

  • Share success stories

  • Complete evaluations

  • Share resources, conferences, etc.

  • Share pictures

  • Promote GLRSN calls and materials


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AWARD WINNER

  • In 2009, the GLRSN was awarded the Heart Healthy Stroke Free award by the National Forum for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention.


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State Contacts

Illinois - Michael Gaines, MPA

Indiana – TBD

Michigan – Rochelle Hurst, RN, MS

Minnesota – Stan Shanedling, PhD, MPH

Ohio – Barbara Pryor, MS, RD, LD

Wisconsin – Fred Petillo, MBA

Program Contact

Angela Bray Hedworth, MS, CHES, RHEd Program Manager

Phone (312) 355-5423 or [email protected]

http://glrsn.uic.edu


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