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Neurology 2014: leading edge neurology for the practising clinician - 26-28 March 2014

This is an annual course, inaugurated in 2014, for consultants and trainees in neurology and other neuroscience specialities. The course is designed to provide a comprehensive update on the practical hospital management of common neurology diseases, with an emphasis on modern techniques and therapies. The course aims to be didactic, but also entertaining and informative and it is hoped that this will become a annual highlight of the British neurology calendar.

The course will cover the following areas:  neuromuscular disease, epilepsy, ataxia, movement disorders, dementia and degenerative neurology, multiple sclerosis, stroke and emergency neurology. The format will include lectures, a debate, a CPC, video sessions and there will be an international lecture which promises to be instructive and entertaining.

In addition, there is a half-day pre-course session for trainees ‘cramming for the exit exam’.

CPD has been applied for (we anticipate 15 points).

Features include: 

  • Lectures, video session, CPC, debate, International Lecture
  • Delivered by faculty of 17 neurologists and neuropsychiatrists
  • A course book
  • Sessions on: Muscle and nerve, epilepsy, movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, degenerative disease, stroke and emergency medicine
  • Additional pre-course session on ‘Cramming for the exit exam’ for clinical trainees.

Course fees:
£100 per day for consultant and associate specialists
£50 per day for clinical trainees and research fellows  


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The UCL Institute of Neurology promotes teaching and research of the highest quality in neurology and the neurosciences. The Institute of Neurology and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery are members of  UCL Partners, Europe's largest academic health science partnership.