Explore our database of stroke care resources for clinicians to support you in providing the best stroke care possible.
Numerous resources across the care continuum are provided to VCoP members, on topics including best practice guidelines and implementation tools, stroke assessment tools, pertinent new stroke research, archived educational events, and upcoming events.
Participate in collaborative, peer learning through discussions in specific stroke-related interest groups.
Members can ask their peers questions, celebrate a success, and share important learning experiences to enhance the provision of stroke care. Use the experiences and expertise that make up the body of knowledge within the TSNs membership to your advantage.
Connect with your peers and colleagues easily using our membership directory to share and develop your resources and grow your professional network. The membership directory allows you to decide how you want to communicate and considers your individual learning and communication style.
Who Can Participate
The Toronto Stroke Networks Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) is an interactive platform for all stakeholders working, researching, and learning in the area of stroke care. Whether you are a student, clinician, personal support worker, researcher, or community stakeholder, the VCoP values participation from individuals who share the common goal of improving stroke care.
Become a Member
Enjoy the benefits of TSNs Virtual Community of Practice.
Testimonials from GTA Stroke Champions
Dr. Sandra BlackDirector, Brain Sciences Research Program, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Dr. Mark BayleyMedical Director, Toronto Rehabilitation / UHN Neuro Rehabilitation Program
Beth LinkewichRegional Director, North and East GTA Stroke Network