Access a global “Centers of excellence” network with Stryker’s SKILL initiative!
The great efficiency of interventional stroke treatment has largely broadened the horizon of neurointerventions and hugely increased the need for trained interventionists. While professional organizations provide high quality education in all related fields, the medical industry is making an effort to complement theoretical teaching with practical training.
As part of this effort, Stryker’s SKILL Center of excellence network provides individually tailored, unique opportunities to improve practical skills by learning from experts, observing cases, sharing clinical experience in discussion groups and by practicing elements of interventional techniques using flow or animal models, as well as simulators.
Istvan Szikora M.D., Ph.D.
Head of Neurointerventional Department
National Institute of Clinical Neurosciences
Discover the new Stryker SKILL initiative: Stroke Knowledge Initiatives for Learning and Leadership
At Stryker’s Neurovascular division, we are driven to provide innovative solutions that address the real needs of our customers. Pioneers in providing medical education to neuro-interventionalists, we are proud to introduce you to SKILL- Stroke Knowledge Initiatives for Learning and Leadership. An innovative medical education program based on interactive, experiential learnings led by respected leaders and tailored for the specific needs of your stroke team.
“We take great pride in our legacy of providing world-class medical education offerings to the stroke care community. Our new SKILL medical education program continues to provide the same unparalleled excellence you have come to expect from Stryker, now enhanced by an e-learning platform, technologically advanced training centers, and global centers of excellence to facilitate the sharing of knowledge from industry experts” said Mark Paul, President of Stryker’s Neurovascular division.
“Our comprehensive educational offering was purposefully designed to support your specific needs and challenges and heighten your skills to ultimately improve the level of care for your patients.”