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Mar
08
8-9 March 2018 Venue: Mercure Hotel, Sheffield The BNRG is a group of clinicians, scientists, nurses and health-care professionals who are interested in all aspects of neurosurgical research. The BNRG meeting has historically been a forum for the presentation and discussion of ‘in-progress’ investigations and new study concepts. Completed research projects are also welcome.

Mar
12
We are now pleased to announce the Second Annual White Matter Dissection Course, 12-13 March 2018, for UK Consultant Neurosurgeons. Included on the Faculty are: G. Ribas and J. Martino, international authorities in cortical and subcortical anatomy, respectively, and M. Catani, a world-class expert on DTI, whose research has been on the cover of Grays Anatomy. For a second year, we pleased to offer this cadaveric course, which would normally cost well over £1,000, free of charge to members of the SBNS ?S? ociety. Click on link above to view flyer

Mar
15
Wednesday 15th – Thursday 16th March 2018 Venue: Hilton London Paddington Brief description of event and who it is aimed at (no more than 50 words The British Neurovascular Group evolved from informal groupings of interested clinicians and researchers within the Society of British Neurological Surgeons. They initially assembled under the banner of the Spontaneous Intracerebral Haemorrhage Group and members conceived or facilitated important British contributions to the care of patients with neurovascular disease including the STICH trials.

Mar
16
16th - 17th March - This course provides delegates with extensive teaching on the principles, applications and analysis of intraoperative neuromonitoring. Using a unique approach, with the neurophysiologist and the neurosurgeons teaching side-by-side, delegates are exposed to a realistic environment and extensive knowledge into the daily workings of neuromonitoring in the operating theatre.

Mar
16
16-17 March THE LONDON NEUROMONITORING AND MAPPING INTERNATIONAL COURSE This course provides delegates with extensive teaching on the principles, applications and analysis of intraoperative neuromonitoring. Using a unique approach, with the neurophysiologist and the neurosurgeons teaching side-byside, delegates are exposed to a realistic environment and extensive knowledge into the daily workings of neuromonitoring in the operating theatre.

Mar
22
RCS Edinburgh
All Day
22-23 March - The Modern Surgical Team: The Future of Surgery ‘The Modern Surgical Team: the Future of Surgery’ is for everyone who is involved in surgical practice, care and delivery. It will examine major themes that affect everyone who works as part of the surgical team, exploring: • What will the surgical workforce look like in the future? • What is the answer to the NHS staffing crisis? • How will we train future generations of surgeons? • What role will perioperative practitioners play in the future of surgical team and what impact will this have on surgical training?

Mar
23
23-24 March 2018 - Oxford The EANS Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting was conceived as a bridge for those years in between the European Training Courses in Neurosurgery and consultancy. Strictly speaking ‘young neurosurgeons’ are defined as those in the 10 years after board certification. It is an educational meeting with a strong faculty: participant ratio, which provides unique networking opportunities. The EANS believes that creating a community of young Neurosurgeons, for young neurosurgeons, is of crucial importance – and not just to the wider Neurosurgical community, but also to the future leadership of the EANS itself. The EANS Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting was conceived as a bridge for those years in between the European Training Courses in Neurosurgery and consultancy. Strictly speaking ‘young neurosurgeons’ are defined as those in the 10 years after board certification. It is an educational meeting with a strong faculty: participant ratio, which provides unique networking opportunities. The EANS believes that creating a community of young Neurosurgeons, for young neurosurgeons, is of crucial importance – and not just to the wider Neurosurgical community, but also to the future leadership of the EANS itself.

Apr
06
Van Der Valk Hotel Blijdorp, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
All Day
An international faculty of experts from USA and Europe will be delivering lectures and discussing hot topics on intrathecal drug delivery in pain management. We welcome all surgeons and their colleagues with an interest in this field to participate. See you in Rotterdam!

Apr
11
11-13 April 2018 Venue: Riviera Conference Centre, Torquay 3 day neurosurgical conference Open to all interested in neurosurgery Abstract submission closes on 2 January 2018

Apr
20
The Reform Club, Pall Mall, London, UK
All Day
Prof Robert Levy, President-Elect of the International Neuromodulation Society and Editor-in-Chief of the Neuromodulation Journal, will be giving the special guest lecture at the next meeting of the London Pain Forum. Registration includes access to full scientific room, reception and dinner.

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Last Updated: 22 February 2018

SBNS Bi Annual Meetings

Spring

 Autumn

Hosted by Derriford Hospital, 
Plymouth 
11-13 April 2018 at the 
Riveria Centre, Torquay

                                

Hosted by the National
Hospital,
with the ABN
19-21 September 2018
at the Queen Elizabeth
Centre,London

Joint Meeting with SBNS/EANN/BANN
20-22 March 2019, 
Manchester
 

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