THE COUNCIL

The goal of the BSC is to provide information about stroke to the population and the politics, to ensure proper dissemination of standard of stroke care to the professional, and to listen to the patients suffering from stroke.

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Promote

scientific exchange within Belgium by organising scientific meetings and collaborating with International Stroke Societies

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Establish

guidelines in stroke prevention and treatment

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Collaborate

with the pharmaceutical Industry in stroke prevention and treatment trials

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Promote

clinical research in stroke

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Deliver

useful information to the press and the public

Every year 19,000 people are affected by a stroke in Belgium. The Belgian Stroke Council aims to provide an overview of the associations, campaigns, forums and conferences in Flanders, Wallonia and beyond.

Stroke, both cerebral haemorrhage and brain ischemia, is one of the primary causes of death and morbidity in industrialised countries. It causes permanent disability in many of the survivors. There has been important progress not only in the acute treatment but also in the prevention of stroke. Early treatment and reduction of the modifiable risk factors are important in declining the impact of stroke in our society.

It is necessary that Belgian medical doctors, interested in stroke, collaborate together, not only from a pure scientific point of view but also in order to be able to inform general practitioners on the changing concepts in stroke and to attract the attention of the public on the alarming signs. This would best be done in an organised scientific association. The Belgian Stroke Council groups together not only neurologists but also cardiologists, vascular surgeons, neuroradiologists, and also specialists in geriatrics, rehabilitation and intensive care. This initiative is supported by the Belgian Society of Neurology.

・Compostion of the BSC・

President : Peter Vanacker
Vice-President : Robin Lemmens
Secretary General : Sylvie De Raedt
Treasurer : Sofie De Blauwe
President of the Scientific Board : Noémie Ligot
Secretary website Nl : Jelle Demeestere
Secretary website Fr : Jean-Marc Raymackers
Chair patient board Fr: Pascal Lecomte
Chair patient board Nl: Miek Grypdonck
Chair paramedical board : Piet Timmerman

・Membership・

There is an increasing need for professional cooperation in the field of stroke treatment and prevention.  The Belgian Stroke Council is expanding to address this need. By joining the BSC, you’ll have access to some of the brightest minds in the country. Also, BSC members have free access to the yearly scientific symposium.

  • Other benefits include :
    Networking with colleagues from around the globe
    Receiving access to the latest scientific research
    Receiving discounts to conferences and journals
    Receiving research funding opportunities
    And more…

Registration fees

  • Individual Membership is 50 € / year.
  • Reduced Fee (paramedics, residents) is 20 € / year.
  • Students and patients will have free membership.

All memberships purchased are active from the 1st of September until the same date the following year.

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・Donation・

If you are willing to help us

  • Providing quality information
  • Giving sound education
  • Encouraging research
  • Supporting patients associations

Please use the registration form and make a donation directly via the website, or by bank transfer to BE84 3101 4141 3659 (BIC: BBRUBEBB), with the communication “donation“.

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・Sister Associations・

THE VOICE OF STROKE IN EUROPE

The mission of the ESO is to reduce the burden of stroke. ESO aims to improve stroke care by providing medical education to healthcare professionals and the lay public.

FOR A LIFE FREE FROM STROKE

Our vision is a world where people live free from the effects of stroke. This vision drives our global effort to improve stroke prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support.

BELGIAN NEUROLOGICAL SOCIETY

The Belgian Neurological Society is a scientific organization open to neurologists, neurologists in training and healthcare professionals with an interest in neurology. 

BSC SYMPOSIUM

 Plus que quelques jours avant notre symposium annuel qui se tiendra ce samedi 26 novembre, qui réunira à Louvain l'ensemble de la communauté  neuro-vasculaire belge. Ne tardez pas à vous inscrire!    

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Dans le cadre de la journée européenne de sensibilisation à l'AVC du 11 mai 2021, La European Stroke Organisation et la Stroke Alliance for Europe appellent les différents Ministères de la Santé en Europe à signer la Déclaration du Plan d’Action pour les Accidents...

Journée européenne de sensibilisation à l’AVC 2021

Pascal Lecomte, président de l'association de patients Stroke&Go et membre du Belgian Stroke Council a produit un clip de sensibilisation à l'AVC. Soyons attentifs ensemble! Ensemble, diminuons le nombre d'AVC. Ensemble, diminuons les séquelles des AVC.

Stroke & Go

Créé le 25 décembre 2019 cette asbl vise à soutenir les patients victimes d'AVC informer la population et en particulier les très jeunes encourager la pratique du sport adapté Web : http://stroke-go.be/

Information booklets for professionals

Des livrets d’informations à destination du patient victime d’AVC et de son entourage sont disponibles sur notre site. N’hésitez pas à les utiliser. Vous pouvez aussi nous livrer vos commentaires avant que nous en lancions l’impression et les mettions à disposition...

Les leaders mondiaux de l’AVC lancent une stratégie radicale de prévention

NEWS RELEASE WSO Declaration on Prevention FINAL 20203

Check-list post-AVC.

La check-list post-AVC a été conçue par le Global Stroke Community Advisory Panel en 2012, a été validée par l’Organisation Mondiale de l’AVC (WSO) et adaptée par le Belgian Stroke council en 2016. Ce document peut vous aider à préparer votre prochaine consultation...

AVC et COVID-19.

Prenez connaissance des particularités de la prise en charge des AVC pendant l’épidémie de COVID-19. Ce document a été réalisé le 5 avril 2020 par le Conseil Scientifique du Belgian Stroke Council.

Articles sur l’AVC

Des articles récents sur la prise en charge de l’AVC en Belgique sont disponibles ci-dessous ou via le site

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