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Practice Becomes Perfect

The staff at this hospital in southern Poland had witnessed outcomes for stroke patients who’d been unable to access treatment in time. Now their determination to be part of the change was summed up in the words of the local ambulance chief: “Whatever you need, we will do it!”

More Support, More Ideas, More Sharing

“The Angels community is a place where you will find more. More support, more ideas, more sharing, and ultimately better results,” writes Jan van der Merwe in his introduction to the spring edition of The Angels Journey, now a digital insert in the European Stroke Journal.

Know The Way, Show The Way | Leadership Drives Change In Beheira

A deep commitment, an ambitious plan, reaching out to Angels, and leading success – these are the drivers of stroke care transformation that is saving lives in Egypt’s Beheira governorate.

Snowball Effect | Training Stroke Nurses In Central Asia

In the countdown to a series of training webinars for stroke nurses from six countries in Central Asia, the number of registered participants grew every minute — and so did the potential impact of this international training intervention.

Stroke Nursing In Poland | Ewa Gadzińska’s Story

When writing about St. Łukasz Hospital in Bolesławiec, we became acquainted with head nurse Ewa Gadzińska who, in answer to our questions, wrote a moving tribute to the nurses on her team. Here is her story in full.

Saving The Brain | Delhi Hospital’s Story Of Hope And Success

The Institute of Human Behavior and Allied Sciences in Delhi, India, is a recognised centre of excellence that has won several Angels Awards. But its influence reaches beyond hospital walls, making a positive impact on stroke care throughout East Delhi.