Education: PDF Onlywww.InformationResources for Stroke*Pierce, Linda L. PhD RNC CNS CRRNAuthor Information Medical College of Ohio School of Nursing, 3015 Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH 43614 or [email protected]. *All of the Web addresses listed in this article and in Table 2 were correct as of the publishing date. Linda L. Pierce, PhD RNC CNS CRRN, is an associate professor at Medical College of Ohio School of Nursing in Toledo, OH. Rehabilitation Nursing Journal: July 2002 - Volume 27 - Issue 4 - p 134-141 doi: 10.1002/j.2048-7940.2002.tb02221.x Buy Metrics Abstract The World Wide Web (www), or the Internet, is an essential educational tool for stroke survivors, caregivers and family members, rehabilitation nurses, and other healthcare providers. An immense amount of information about stroke is available on the Web, from its prevention to dealing with its effects. Anyone can publish anything about stroke on the Web. This article presents criteria for evaluating Internet resources and identifies numerous reliable Web resources related to stroke, along with suggestions about how the information from these Web sites can be helpful to both public and professional consumers. © 2002 Association of Rehabilitation Nurses.