Horses aren’t the only thing that needs to be fast: learn the signs and symptoms of stroke and why you need to react quickly!
Every moment counts when it comes to stroke. Learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms of stroke and why it is crucial to call 911 so that you can receive medical care right away. After this event, not only will you know more about stroke, but you will feel empowered to share this information with others so that they will also be stroke ready.
Presenter: Kari Moore, MSN, APRN, AGACNP-BC
Specialty: Stroke and cerebrovascular disease
Kari Moore works in the Department of Neurology at the University of Louisville assisting in the development, growth, and ongoing certification of the UofL Health – UofL Hospital – Comprehensive Stroke Program. She serves on the Department for Public Health Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Steering Committee and chairs the Kentucky Stroke Quality Improvement Project focused on statewide stroke systems of care. Kari participates in nationally recognized stroke clinical trials and independent investigator-initiated projects with her work presented at the International Stroke Conference and the American Academy of Neurology. Her clinical duties include serving as an acute stroke telemedicine provider, outpatient stroke and cerebrovascular disease clinics, and leading a Multidisciplinary Cardiovascular Risk clinic focused on Blood Pressure Self-Management and lifestyle modification.