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May
26
26-27 May 2017 British Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery (BSSFN) Meeting This will be a joint meeting with the UK DBS Network and a great opportunity for interdisciplinary discussion and collaboration Venue: Oxford

Jun
02
2-3 June 2017 Venue Gordon Museum & KCL Anatomy Dept, Guy’s Hospital Campus, London Brief description of event and who it is aimed at (no more than 50 words The Masterclass will include lectures on peripheral neuromodulation techniques and recent advances in spinal cord stimulation by a faculty of experts as well as hands-on training with the aid of fluoroscopy and ultrasound.

Jun
03
Venue: The Holiday Inn, Carburton Street, London W1W 5EE Improve understanding of the diagnosis and management of trigeminal neuralgia through interaction between sufferers of the condition and healthcare professionals. The conference aims to actively involve patients and healthcare professionals in workshops and plenary sessions with a multidisciplinary faculty. Suitable for any grade neurosurgeons. Accreditation has been obtained.

Jun
09
Venue Eaton Hotel, 279 Hagley Road, Birmingham. B16 9NB These meetings are attended by neurosurgeons, neurologists & radiologists. Registrars & specialist nurses are also welcome. The format is case presentations followed by wide-ranging discussions. The learning experience is more akin to that of an MDT, rather than from platform presentations, although we do have occasional special presentations as well.

Jun
16
Venue - RCS, London The RCS New Consultants Conference, taking place on Friday 16 June at the RCS, London, is aimed at all consultant surgeons appointed within the last 24 months. The conference aims to provide guidance and support for newly appointed consultant surgeons within their new role, while reinforcing patient safety and highlighting opportunities that are available to them as consultant surgeons. The programme will include sessions on: • Succeeding as a new consultant • The consultant and the wider NHS • Patient safety and your success • Progressing your career Workshops Delegates will have the opportunity to attend two workshops from the following: • Clinical incidents and complaints • Team working and training • Job planning and appraisal • Self-Management – avoiding burnout • Setting up a private practice while fulfilling your NHS responsibilities Pricing *Free for RCS Members and Fellows, however a £50 refundable deposit is required to secure your place. This will be refunded upon attendance at the event. Please note we operate a 1 week cancellation policy. £150 fee for non-members

Jun
26
26-27 June 2017 The course will be a combination of lectures including 3D endoscopic anatomy lecture and hands on cadaveric sessions and limited to 12 delegates. It will be useful for both neurosurgeon and ENT surgeon with interest in endoscopic anterior skull base surgery. Venue: Leeds General infirmary – Great George street – Leeds – LS1 3EX

Jun
28
28-1 June 2017 Venue: 2M2C, Montreux, Switzerland Expect a remarkable scientific programme with the latest on body and brain radiosurgery, which will allow our multidisciplinary participants from all over the world to learn from each other and exchange many innovative ideas in this constantly growing field.

Jun
29
Best Western Moat House Hotel
All Day
Wide ranging topics to cover up-to-date evidence based management of patients in A&E, theatre, critical care and rehab. All Health Professionals are welcome.

Jul
01
Liverpool Medical Institute
All Day
Intensive 1 day course aimed at Consultants/Trainees , covering the essential aspects of stroke imaging and image interpretation. 6 Cat 1 CPD. Topics include: MRI/MR Perfusion/Diffusion, MRA/CTA Angiogram, CT/CT Perfusion, How to interpret MRI/CT, Paediatric Stroke, Extensive case studies sessions. Rated Good/Excellent by 95% of attendees.

Jul
01
2 days - 1 and 2 July 2017 Venue: Emmanuel College Cambridge Programme TBC “… to make the delicate, awesome, and fateful work of the neurosurgeon more accurate, gentle, and safe.” – Dr Albert L Rhoton, Jr. Our 2017 lectures will be held as a joint venture with the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies’ Neuroanatomy Committee on 1st-2nd July 2017. Please click here to register. Guest speakers Professor Vladimir Benes Professor Eka Wahjoepramono

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