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Atrial fibrillation and stroke: diagnostic and treatment updates for nurses

Acute Stroke Nurses Education Network’s (ASNEN) Education Webinar

Wednesday 18 May 2022, 2–3 pm AEST

In this month’s webinar, guest presenter Assoc. Prof. Caleb Ferguson, PhD, RN, University of Wollongong, joins our own content expert Liz O’Brien, Stroke Nurse Practitioner RNSH/ ASNEN Co-Chair, to provide timely practice updates for our members.

Register for the webinar via Zoom


Caleb FergusonCaleb Ferguson’s extensive body of research aims to improve the lives of those living with atrial fibrillation and prevent stroke.

In 2020, Caleb was elected as a Fellow of the Australian College of Nursing, a Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology and a Fellow of the Cardiovascular Society of Australia & New Zealand in recognition to his commitment to cardiovascular nursing research.


Liz O'BrienLiz O’Brien is a Stroke Nurse Practitioner at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney. Liz has an extensive neuroscience nursing background, working in neurosciences since 1998.

As the first stroke nurse practitioner in NSW, Liz’s work in the TIA and stroke outpatient clinic space to provide comprehensive assessment and management for TIA and stroke patients is well-recognised nationally.


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