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Webinar | Learning From WSO Angels Diamond Centres

Learn how two WSO Angels Diamond award centres overcame their challenges to achieve high standards of care.
Angels team 01 September 2020

On 26 August 2020, Angels Initiative Southeast Asia and South Korea held a webinar in collaboration with World Stroke Academy, to learn how two WSO Angels Diamond award centers overcame their challenges to achieve high standards of care. This was organized to share best practices across the region while travel restrictions remain in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic; and was attended by stroke specialists from 20 countries.

Dr Tasanee Tantirittisak: Maintaining PNI as a center of excellence
Head of Neurology Department and Deputy Director
Prasat Neurological Institute, Thailand (Diamond status in Q2 2019)
Dr Wong Yee Choon: Achieving the first diamond award in Malaysia
Consultant Neurologist and Director of Stroke Unit
Pantai Hospital Penang, Malaysia (Diamond status for Q4 2019 and Q1 2020)
Moderator: Prof Dr Anita Arsovska
Associate Commissioning Editor of World Stroke Academy

Watch the recording here:



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