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Become a Neurosurgeon
The management of neurosurgical patients requires excellent medical and surgical skills, a career in Neurosurgery offers many challenges and rewards.
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The Society run two scientific meetings each year, one in the Spring and the other in the Autumn. The next meeting will be hosted by Hull Royal Infirmary at the Royal York Hotel, York 9-11 September.
All our meetings have an extensive exhibition running throughout the 3 day event.
Any company wishing to exhibit at the events should contact: Alix Gordon on firstname.lastname@example.org
Neurotrauma 2015 at the Royal Geographical Society 23 October 2015
On 23rd October 2015 the UK Neurotrauma Symposium, supported by the SBNS, will take place in London. This is a packed day with world renowned speakers covering the entire patient pathway. Speakers include Randy Chesnut (Washington) who will discuss his latest work on ICP management, Geoffrey Raisman (UCL) on spinal cord regeneration, Peter Hutchinson (Cambridge) on Rescue ICP, Gareth Davies (London's Air Ambulance) on Impact Brain Apnoea, Andreás Büki (University of Pécs) on critical care and many others. To mark the 25th anniversary of the Trauma Audit Research Network, Fiona Lecky will host a special section reviewing how data influences policy.
Abstracts can be submitted and tickets go on sale in July - visit www.neurotrauma.org.uk for more details.
This year’s annual meeting will focus on the theme of Technical Advances in Neurosurgery, and will feature eminent speakers both from Europe and further afield.
More information can be found on the meeting website www.eans2015.com