DRAFT Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management 2017
Consultation period now closed.
There has been excellent feedback provided during public consultation and the Guidelines Development Working Group will review all feedback provided. The final Guideline will be submitted to NHMRC for approval in April 2017 for consideration at their Council meeting in July 2017.
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The Stroke Foundation developed the Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management 2010 to provide evidence-based recommendations for the management of stroke.
This document combines and replaces the previously published Clinical Guidelines for Acute Stroke Management (2007) and Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Rehabilitation and Recovery (2005).
We are currently updating our Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management with the latest research evidence. Until the new edition is published in July 2017, please use the 2010 guidelines. For more information, email
- Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management 2010
- Recommendations from the Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management 2010
- Ten things to know about the Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management 2010 (PDF 193 KB)
- Implementing the Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management: A guide to changing practice for stroke clinicians (PDF 164 KB)
We also produce concise versions of the guidelines that are discipline-specific.
If you would like to purchase a hard copy of the Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management 2010, please use the resource order form (PDF 267 KB).
The Stroke Foundation is part of the National Vascular Disease Prevention Alliance (NVDPA), which developed the guidelines for the management of absolute cardiovascular disease risk.
The recently established Australian Childhood Stroke Advisory Committee is currently developing guidelines on the diagnosis and management of acute childhood stroke. Until the Australian guidelines are released, there are USA and UK guidelines that provide a summary of evidence for this population.