From the Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences (V.H.), London Health Sciences Center, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada; Florey Neurosciences Institutes (G.A.D.), Carlton South Victoria, Australia; University of Illinois at Chicago (P.B.G.), Chicago, Ill; University of Heidelberg (W.H.), Heidelberg, Germany; University of California–Irvine (S.C.C.), Orange, Calif; Helsinki University Central Hospital (M.K.5*), University of Helsinki; Helsinki, Finland; University of Massachusetts Medical School (M.F.), Worcester, Mass; University Donau-Universität Krems (M.B.7*), Krems, Austria; University of Oxford (A.M.B.), Oxford, UK; Massachusetts General Hospital (E.H.L., K.L.F., L.H.S.), Charlestown, Mass; Novo Nordisk (B.E.S.), Princeton, NJ; Royal Perth Hospital (G.J.H.), Perth, Australia; Karolinska Institute (M.K.2), Stockholm, Sweden; Washington University School of Medicine (J.M., M.P.G.), St. Louis, MO; John Radcliffe Hospital (P.M.R.), Oxford, UK; President-elect, AHA, University of Miami (R.L.S.), Miami, Fla; University of North Carolina (S.C.S.), Center for Cardiovascular Science and Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, and President-elect, World Heart Federation, Geneva, Switzerland; InTouch Health (Y.W.), Goleta, Calif; Groote Schuur Hospital and University of Cape Town (UCT; A.B.), Cape Town, South Africa; Newcastle University (G.A.F.), Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK; Weill Cornell Medical College (C.I.), New York, NY; Hospital De Clinicas (S.C.O.M.), Porto Alegre, Brazil; University of California at Los Angeles Stroke Center (J.S.), Los Angeles, Calif; Russian State Research Stroke Institute (V.S.), Moscow, Russian Federation; Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (M.B.4), Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Neuroscience Research Unit (M.M.B.), Pfizer Inc, Groton, Conn; Duke University (P.D.), Durham, NC; GlaxoSmithKline (L.E.), Durham, NC; Biotrofix, Inc (S.F.), Waltham, Mass; University of Texas at Austin (T.A.J.), Austin, Texas; Kings College London (L.K.), London, UK; University of Florida (J.K.), Gainesville, Fla; National Center for Medical Rehabilitation/National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/National Institutes of Health (R.N.), Rockville, Md; St Joseph's Healthcare London (R.T.), London, Ontario, Canada; University of Freiburg (C.W.), Freiburg, Germany; Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (B.D.), Pomona, Calif; Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research (W.-D.H.), Koln, Germany; Terveystalo Medical Center (O.S.), Helsinki, Finland; Tachikawa Hospital (Y.S.), Tokyo, Japan; Southern Illinois Healthcare (B.T.), Carbondale, Ill; Karolinska Institute (N.W.), Stockholm, Sweden; Chinese University of Hong Kong (L.K.W.), Sha Tin, Hong Kong, China; The Canadian Stroke Network (A.H.), the University of Ottawa and the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Lund University Hospital (B.N.), Lund, Sweden; American Heart Association (S.P.), Dallas, Texas; Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center (N.M.B.), Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel; Director of Neurology (S.M.D.), Royal Melbourne Hospital and University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; Duke University and Durham VA Medical Center (L.B.G.), Durham, NC; University Lille Nord de France (D.L.), Lille, France; and the University of Helsinki (J.T.), Helsinki, Finland.
Stroke: working toward a prioritized world agenda
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International Journal of Stroke
Volume 5, Issue 4, pages 238–256, August 2010
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Hachinski, V., Donnan, G. A., Gorelick, P. B., Hacke, W., Cramer, S. C., Kaste, M., Fisher, M., Brainin, M., Buchan, A. M., Lo, E. H., Skolnick, B. E., Furie, K. L., Hankey, G. J., Kivipelto, M., Morris, J., Rothwell, P. M., Sacco, R. L., Smith, Jr, S. C., Wang, Y., Bryer, A., Ford, G. A., Iadecola, C., Martins, S. C.O., Saver, J., Skvortsova, V., Bayley, M., Bednar, M. M., Duncan, P., Enney, L., Finklestein, S., Jones, T. A., Kalra, L., Kleim, J., Nitkin, R., Teasell, R., Weiller, C., Desai, B., Goldberg, M. P., Heiss, W.-D., Saarelma, O., Schwamm, L. H., Shinohara, Y., Trivedi, B., Wahlgren, N., Wong, L. K., Hakim, A., Norrving, B., Prudhomme, S., Bornstein, N. M., Davis, S. M., Goldstein, L. B., Leys, D. and Tuomilehto, J. (2010), Stroke: working toward a prioritized world agenda. International Journal of Stroke, 5: 238–256. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-4949.2010.00442.x
The numerical suffix with the names indicates the various groups. The coordinator of each group is indicated by an asterisk. The work of the coordinators is deemed to have been equal. The other authors are listed according to the sequence of their groups and alphabetically, and their work is also deemed to be equal to each other's.
Working Groups: (1) Basic Science, Drug Development, and Technology; (2) Stroke Prevention: Broadening the Approach and Intensifying the Efforts; (3) Acute Stroke Management: Applying and Expanding What We Know; (4) Brain Recovery and Rehabilitation: Harnessing the Regenerative Powers of the Brain and the Individual; (5) Into the 21st Century: The Web, Technology, and Communications: New Tools for Progress; (6) Fostering Cooperation Among Stakeholders to Enhance Stroke Care; and (7). Educating and Energizing Professionals, Patients, the Public, and Policymakers.
This article has been co-published in: Stroke. June 2010; Vol 41, Issue 6, Cerebrovascular Diseases. July 2010; Vol 30, Issue 2 and International Journal of Stroke. August 2010; Vol 5, Issue 4.
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