IPSO 2024 Congress

Toronto, Canada
March 22-24th, 2024

Hospital for Sick Children
Conference Center

IPSO 2023 Virtual Conference On-Demand

The recording of the IPSO 2023 Virtual Conference is now available to view on the Underline Virtual Conference platform. All registered virtual conference attendees have access to the recorded content until next year at no additional charge. The recordings include the pre-recorded presentations as well as the live panel discussions. You may also still access the poster presentations and the attendee chat transcript on the Underline Virtual Conference platform.

If you did not register for the 2023 Virtual Conference, you can access the recorded content at a discounted rate.

Welcome!

Founded in February 2019, we are an organization of health professionals, scientists and patient advocates who care about stroke and other cerebrovascular diseases in childhood. We developed out of our original collaborative network, the International Pediatric Stroke Study (IPSS), and now aim to broaden the scope of our mission beyond research.

IPSO is bringing together leading investigators, health professionals and patient advocates from around the globe, and from multiple disciplines, with a common interest in childhood cerebrovascular disease. Experts across related fields will collaborate to advance knowledge on mechanisms of childhood stroke and stroke recovery with an eye towards preventing stroke and improving outcomes. IPSO will disseminate knowledge and best practices to first-line medical providers for the wider benefit of children with stroke worldwide. Throughout, IPSO will engage affected families to set priorities and advocate for children at risk for stroke or afflicted by stroke.

Welcome!

Founded in February 2019, we are an organization of health professionals and scientists who care about stroke and other cerebrovascular diseases in childhood.   We developed out of our original collaborative network, the International Pediatric Stroke Study (IPSS), and now aim to broaden the scope of our mission beyond research.

IPSO is bringing together leading investigators and health professionals from around the globe, and from multiple disciplines, with a common interest in childhood cerebrovascular disease. Experts across related fields will collaborate to advance knowledge on mechanisms of childhood stroke and stroke recovery with an eye towards preventing stroke and improving outcomes. IPSO will disseminate knowledge and best practices to first-line medical providers for the wider benefit of children with stroke worldwide. Throughout, IPSO will engage affected families to set priorities and advocate for children at risk for stroke or afflicted by stroke.

IPSO Community Website

We are proud to announce IPSO’s Community Website, which houses IPSO Kid Stroke Connections, an online news periodical. IPSO Kid Stroke Connections shares a wide variety of information ranging from patient and family resources to research opportunities. Starting in May 2023, IPSO Kid Stroke Connections will be published on a quarterly basis on the IPSO Community Website. Sign-up for the IPSO Kid Stroke Connections newsletter to be notified when new content is available online.

Memberships

IPSO has more than 300 members from an array of disciplines and countries around the globe. We are calling on all clinical, research professionals and patient advocates worldwide who care about childhood stroke and cerebrovascular disease to join us!

Click here to join IPSO.

Click here to renew your IPSO Membership. 

Partner Support

We are extremely grateful for the generous support from the Bayer. 

Partner Support

We are extremely grateful for the generous support from the Pediatric Epilepsy Research Foundation (PERF) and from Marc and Lynne Benioff.

Donations

Your support will help IPSO achieve its mission:  improving the lives of children across the globe with stroke, or at risk for stroke, through research, education, and advocacy. Click ‘Donate’ below to send donations.

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