Understanding Better, Treating Better – The Berlin Stroke Alliance (BSA e.V.)
- Advice and information
- Quality management
- Advanced training
- Long-term care
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About the Berlin Stroke Alliance
The Berlin Stroke Alliance (BSA e.V.), a network of stroke care providers in Berlin and adjacent parts of Brandenburg, was founded in 2009 on the initiative of the CSB. The network has two goals:
- improvement of stroke care and
- conduction of patient-oriented research projects.
Its members cover the entire stroke-care-chain, since they include stroke units, rehabilitation facilities and after care providers.
With the Berlin Stroke Alliance, an excellent platform has been established for professional exchange between the different sectors of stroke care. In order to optimize the care chain and to provide qualified treatment for all patients, the members of the Berlin Stroke Alliance have initiated the following work groups in which project managers of the CSB and the BSA-members work together to develop and implement new care concepts:
- referral management,
- quality indicators for the stroke care chain,
- social services
- and - long-term management.
In July 2009 the BSA and the CSB established the Service Point Stroke as their main consulting center.
Further information in German about the BSA can be found on their website.
BSA Informational Lecture Series
The information series (“Inforeihe”) stroke of the Berlin Stroke Alliance (BSA) is intended for patients, their families and everyone who is interested. The aim of the series is to provide information on medical, therapeutic, nursing and social law aspects of stroke care. Following the presentations, the speakers will answer questions from the audience. The speakers of this lecture series are experts from the member institutions of the BSA.
The lectures are held on Zoom. In order to receive the link, please register via email.
Admission is free.
Visitor groups are requested to pre-register.
Phone +49 30 450 560 600
Fax +49 30 450 560 960
Or via email.
The presentation and following discussions will be held in German.
More information about the lecture series in German.