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Apr
26
A two day conference examining future directions of trauma care across all ages. Lectures include trauma research horizons, accident prevention, brain injury research, pelvic trauma management, paediatric rehabilitation and military human factors. Venue: The Moller Centre, Storeys Way, Cambridge, CB3 0DE

Apr
27
2 day event - Venue - The Moller Centre, Churchill College, Storey’s Way, Cambridge, UK Cambridge Future Traum Care is the new name for the Cambridge Trauma Conference, a two day multi professional conference held each Spring in Cambridge, UK. The conference has three objectives: 1. To use world class trauma expertise to develop skills and understanding. 2. To encourage networking, collaboration, and innovation. 3. To learn from excellence outside of medicine. Speakers include Karim Brohi, Clinical Director for Major Trauma in London; Ed Barnard, Consultant in PHEM Defence Medical Services; Steve Eaton MBE, Performance Development Consultant at DNA Definitive; Rob Loe, Director of the Relational Schools Foundation, Karyn McClusky, Chief executive of Community Justice Scotland, Angelos Kolias, Lecturer in Neurosurgery at the University of Cambridge; Peter Bates, Consultant in Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, Royal London Hospital; and Alain Vuylsteke, Clinical Director of the National Respiratory ECMO Service, Papworth Hospital, Cambridge.

Apr
27
The SSA is proud to promote the exchange of scientific knowledge and strengthen friendships amongst those who work in the complex and challenging field of spinal disorders. Under the guidance of the Society’s Scientific Secretary, Professor Brian Freeman, we look forward to an outstanding scientific program. Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre'. North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000

May
03
CSF annual group meeting joint with the Syringomyelia Chiari group 3rd -4th May The Eaton Hotel, Birmingham B16 9NB

May
06
3 day event Venue: Bundeskunsthalle, Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 4, 53113 Bonn, Germany The 26th ESPN Congress’ Program will comprise keynote lectures by renowned experts in the field of Pediatric Neurosurgery and sister disciplines, combined with latest research activity presentations and workshops. Abstract submission is open for oral/poster presentation on topics covering all aspects of Pediatric Neurosurgery research and clinical practice. See website for more information and to register

May
10
10th May 2018 - This course provides delegates with extensive teaching on the anatomy and approaches to the spine. With a wealth of experience from the faculty, delegates will be given hands-on workshop practice covering the anatomy and pathologies of the spine followed by in-depth case discussions and practical sessions into the choices, rationale and placement of spinal implants.

May
10
10th May - Spine: Anatomy, approaches, degeneration & trauma This course provides delegates with extensive teaching on the anatomy and approaches to the spine. With a wealth of experience from the faculty, delegates will be given hands-on workshop practice covering the anatomy and pathologies of the spine followed by in-depth case discussions and practical sessions into the choices, rationale and placement of spinal implants.

May
12
Venue: Ockenden Manor, Cuckfield, West Sussex, RH17 5LD The meeting includes various talks from invited national and international speakers covering all aspects of management of meningioma with emphasis on outcome, also there is a free paper session. It is aimed at all health professionals who deal with meningioma patients including neurosurgeons, neuro-oncologists, neuropathologists, neuroradiologists and allied health care professionals

May
14
Leiden, LUMC Albinusdreef 2, 2333 ZA Leiden. The Netherlands
All Day
14 & 15 May - Axial Chordoma & Chondrosarcoma International workshop

May
24
3 day event - 24-26 May 2018 - Venue Avra Imperial Hotel, Chania, Greece. The SBNS are invited guests - there is a bursary for the top 5 abstracts submitted from SBNS Members. Important Dates: Opening of on-line Registration – 6 November 2017 - Opening of on-Abstract Submission – 6 November 2017 – Closing of Abstract line - 25 March 2018 - Early Registration Deadline -1 March 2018

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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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