Become a part of the SITS global network!
Why should you become a member of SITS international network?
- SITS offers a world-leading platform for high quality stroke data.
- SITS provides an international network for stroke professionals.
- SITS generates research and development with impact on clinical practice.
Who can join SITS?
SITS Registry is a free of charge service and available to any hospital or clinic that admits and treats TIA and stroke patients. This is regardless of the number of patients admitted, patient capacity or if a stroke unit currently exists. Anyone who applies to the Registry for a new centre has to be an authorized doctor in charge of the stroke unit and/or care of their clinic. This person should be appointed by the Medical head of the department and will represent the hospital/clinic in connection with SITS. All research staff at an approved centre can also join SITS.
Centre Application and membership
If your centre is not already a member of SITS, you can apply to register your centre. You will be asked to provide information about yourself and your centre, and to confirm that you will conform to SITS research ethics. Thereafter, SITS and the National Coordinator in your country will review your application. Once your application is approved you will receive an e-mail notification with log in details.
User Application and membership
If your centre is already a part of SITS, you can apply to become a member of your centre. You will be asked to provide information about yourself, and to confirm that you will conform to SITS research ethics. Thereafter, SITS and the Local Coordinator at your centre will review your application. Once your application is approved you will receive an e-mail notification with log in details.
“SITS is used in all stroke centres in the Czech Republic as a thrombolytic registry. SITS is therefore an important source of information in regards to the quality of stroke care in our country as it provides several indicators, such as the number of thrombolytic treatments and door to needle time. Finally, SITS is an important research tool and is connected to several international and national publications.“ – R. Mikulik, Czech Republic