What is the Nebraska Stroke Advisory Council?

The Nebraska Stroke Advisory Council is a coalition of stroke experts who collaborate to recommend and implement key strategies to reduce the burden of stroke in Nebraska.

What is the purpose and mission of the Nebraska Stroke Advisory Council?

The mission of the Nebraska Stroke Advisory Council is to raise awareness of stroke, promote stroke prevention and improve systems of stroke care throughout Nebraska.

The Nebraska Stroke Advisory Council will have 3 main purposes:

  1. Continue to assess the needs and assets of stroke care in Nebraska and continue to improve systems based on evidence.
  2. Continue to identify barriers and issues related to stroke care in Nebraska, especially among priority populations.
  3. Promote and advocate health policy recommendations regarding stroke care in Nebraska.

The Nebraska Stroke Advisory Council implements activities, projects, and programs which are spearheaded by task forces.

When does the Nebraska Stroke Advisory Council meet?

The Nebraska Stroke Advisory Council Steering Committee will meet in person quarterly. Smaller task forces will meet in-person and/or by conference call as needed. All members of the Nebraska Stroke Advisory Council will be invited to meet yearly in person TBD by the Steering Committee.