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Nov
23
National conference for any students interested in clinical neurosciences. Among our guest speakers are Mr Adam Williams and Mr Mario Teo, both consultant neurosurgeons from Bristol and Italian resident Mr Davide Giampicollo who reveals insight into neurosurgery abroad. Includes afternoon workshops on careers pathways, 3D neuroanatomy and surgical skills! Bill Brown Suite Queen's Building University Walk, Bristol BS8 1TR

Nov
23
This Masterclass brings together experts from Harvard, London & Manchester from a wide range of disciplines, including ophthalmology, neurosurgery, radiology, and skull base surgery. It includes a series of didactic talks, exploring the most modern treatment for skull base & neuro-orbital disease, providing a forum for lively discussion and debate. Venue name Cavalry and Guards Club Venue Address 127 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7PX

Dec
04
AANSIM 2019 - 4-8 December 2019 Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel, Powai, Mumbai www.aasns.nsi2019.org

Dec
05
5th - 6th December 2019 - 10TH LIVERPOOL PAEDIATRIC NEUROSURGERY MASTERCLASS The meeting covers a broad range of topics including current issues, general paediatric neurosurgery subjects and cases of rare, interesting or developing conditions.

Dec
05
Basement Lecture Theatre 33 Queen Square National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery London WC1N 3BG
All Day
The Annual Sir Victor Horsley Lecture

Dec
06
The NeuroAnasethesa and Critical Care Society and the Society of British Neurological Surgeons invite you to the UK Brain Injury Symposium, a one day event packed with world class presentations from leaders giving the very latest in management of traumatic brain injury, stroke and subarachnoid haemorrhage. Abstract submissions and registration now open via http://braininjuryuk.org/ Venue - Royal Geographical Society, London

Dec
13
The 2-day course will cover basics, practical tips, and various applications including novel developments (navigated US, contrast-US, elastography, therapeutic application of US, etc) in the field. Lectures will be augmented and reinforced with live surgery, and very unique hands-on stations encompassing machine knobology, technique of insonation, hand-eye coordination, semeiology, simulated surgery and many more aspects. Aimed at all neurosurgeons that might already use US or want to incorporate US into their practice. Tata Memorial Centre Hospital Parel, Mumbai-400012, India

Dec
14
One day intensive course in how to interpret MRI Brain & Spine6 Cat 1 CPD Organiser: Kumar Das (Consultant Neuroradiologist) This course is aimed at providing the essential background required for basic interpretation of MRI Brain/Spine for Consultants and Trainees. Topics covered will include MR physics, MR anatomy, Approach to reading MRI, Differential diagnoses in Brain/Spine, Artefacts, MR safety and Advanced applications- delivered by experts in the field. Cost: £150 (includes extensive course material with over 500 images, lunch and refreshments)-Limited places. 95% of attendees rate it Good/Excellent.

Jan
06
Venue (city, country): Robinson College, Cambridge, United Kingdom Neurosurgical sub specialty: Functional and Peripheral Nerve For more info please refer to the website https://www.cam-pgmc.ac.uk/courses/BNTC-Spine2019

Jan
10
Venue: Spring Grove House, London Road, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 4HS This is a single day course aimed at covering clinically relevant neuroanatomy for junior doctors, dentists and students. The courses assumes no knowledge of neuroanatomy and builds from the ground up. By the end of course you should have a firm grasp of neuroanatomical terms, understand basic concepts about the development of the nervous system, appreciate its structure and how this can help localise lesions. Each attendee will receive a small amount of pre-course reading and a course companion guide.

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Last Updated: 19 November 2019

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