Inside a Mobile Stroke Unit

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Lecture Overview

Mobile stroke units are a novel way of reducing treatment times and significantly increasing the survival rate of patients in the community. In this lecture, Melbourne Mobile Stroke Unit nursing coordinator Skye Coote takes you through why these MSUs are so vital for the community and how future expansion will improve patient outcomes.


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Skye Coote

Skye Coote is a stroke nurse consultant at a Melbourne metropolitan hospital. She has an extensive background in critical care nursing and holds a master’s degree in nursing. She has won international awards for stroke nursing and is currently is co-chair of the Australian Stroke Nurses Education Network. She has a passion for improving patient outcomes post stroke, stroke research, and improving stroke education and knowledge for both nurses and the community. See Educator Profile