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Stroke Prevention

This class is being held virtually via Zoom until further notice.

UCI Health stroke prevention classes provide education to the community about the signs and symptoms of stroke, as well as ways to prevent and treat stroke.

Classes are held from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the last Wednesday of every other month, beginning March 30, 2022. 

In the stroke prevention class, you will learn:

  • What is stroke?
  • What the risk factors are for stroke
  • How you can reduce your risk

We want to help you prevent stroke!

Cost is free to attend.


Registration Instructions:

Registration is recommended for this free, virtual class by using the links next to the class date, which are held online via Zoom. Class dates and times may change without notice. Please note that we cannot record the workshop due to patient privacy. Be sure that you can make the date and time you select. 

You will get an automatic email immediately to confirm your registration. Closer to the date of the workshop, you will receive a Zoom link with your handouts and instructions from your workshop coordinator. You are welcome to take notes and share handouts with family and caregivers.

For questions, call 1-866- STROKE-3 or 1-866-787-6533.

What you will need for your online class:

  • A reliable, high-speed internet connection
  • A smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer with a video camera and microphone
  • A valid email address
  • Download Zoom application to your device


Nursing students: Our patient health education workshops are for our patients. If want to attend this workshop, please register through this Nursing Student Registration form

Nursing students will be required to review, sign and upload two documents:
(1) Student Code of Conduct and Observation Guidelines and
(2) Student Workshop Instructions and Verification Steps.

There is a limited capacity for nursing student attendees, and acceptance into the workshop is first-come, first-serve. If you’ve been accepted into the workshop, you’ll be contacted by the Patient Education Department with more information.