The European Stroke Organisation (ESO) is a pan-European society of stroke researchers and physicians, national and regional stroke societies and lay organisations that was founded in December 2007.
The aim of the European Stroke Organisation (ESO) is to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke by changing the ways that stroke is viewed and treated. This can only be achieved by professional and public education, and by making institutional changes.
The quality registry will be an eCRF containing approximately 25 questions. The questions require either multiple choice or short string answers. Some questions become visible based on answers to previous questions. All data can be stored in a text-based format. A prototype utilizing OpenClinica has been developed by our group as proof of concept.
The ESO's major objective is to improve stroke care in Europe by providing medical education to healthcare professionals and the lay public in Europe. By offering best practice approaches, the ESO's goal is to harmonise stroke management in Europe. The ESO focuses on European level projects.
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RES-Q is a Registry of Stroke Care Quality. Developed as an ESO East initiative, RES-Q was initially targeted at primarily at Central and Eastern Europe. However, RES-Q is happy to welcome users from across the world.
RES-Q is an initiative of the ESO East Project (European Stroke Organisation- Enhancing and Accelerating Stroke Treatment) to help registered sites and countries improve their stroke care system.
How can I use RES-Q?
As a tool for continuous monitoring, evaluation and improvement of health care quality – a Quality Registry.
To identify specific gaps and needs in health care delivery at a national, regional and hospital level.
Data from RES-Q can be combined with evidence from global best practice in acute stroke care, to implement improvements across countries and hospitals.
What is the impact of RES-Q?
RES-Q brings new, more accurate, knowledge about stroke care in our countries.
RES-Q will provide the evidence base for targeting what should be improved.
ESO and local professional societies can collaborate with governments on improving stroke care.
Improvements can be observed through the data provided to RES-Q every year.
RES-Q is a tool that can change the quality of health care in every hospital and every country.