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Jul
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24-27 July 2018

Jul
24
24th - 26th July 2018 ** OPTIONAL half-day post-course human brain anatomy practical, KCL dissection room: Friday 27th July This highly popular three-day course has been running since 2007 and provides a comprehensive introduction to structural, functional and radiological brain anatomy, providing delegates with a solid, three-dimensional understanding of the human brain and its relationship to cross-sectional (MRI) anatomy. It is widely attended by delegates at all levels from undergraduate student to professor Venue:King's College London, Guy’s Campus, London

Sep
07
Palais de Congres, Nice, France
All Day
7-8 September 2018 We have worked with the European Society of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy (ESMINT), to deliberately coincide the meeting with the ESMINT congress, allowing EANS attendees to have the opportunity of being present at both events. The joint day will feature keynote speakers and panel discussions.

Sep
13
Department of Anatomy, Leeds Medical School
All Day
Leeds Neuroanatomy Course Part I, 13/14 September 2018 A two day cadaveric dissection course aimed at early years (ST2-5) Neurosurgical Trainees. This course is designed to give the trainees the opportunity to understand the anatomy of commonly used cranial operative approaches (one cadaver per two delegates) under the supervision of Consultant Neurosurgeons.

Sep
15
15-16 September 2018 - The course aims to understand in great depth eloquent areas of cerebral cortex, the important pathways, the complex anatomy of the deeper structures and the ventricles in a three dimensional way. Aims at Consultants and Neurosurgical trainees (free for SBNS members)

Sep
17
Dissection hall, Guys campus
All Day
The course aims to understand in great depth the anatomy of cauda equina, surgical principles to deal with this emergency, various techniques to repair csf leak and litigations involved. Aims at higher and early years Neurosurgical trainees. Great opportunity to pair higher surgical trainees with early years so that the former can teach the later and get a certificate on practical teaching (free for SBNS members)

Sep
20
Trent Simulation & Clinical Skills Centre at QMC
All Day
Thursday 20th & Fri 21st September 2018 Aimed at neurosurgical trainees & neurosurgical nurses The course is very ‘hands on’ with lots of ‘operating’. In addition to basic positioning and approaches, we cover a variety of different flaps, burr hole procedures, ICP monitoring, Stealth image guidance system, basic endoscopy, and some paediatric approaches using ‘paediatric Rowena’.

Sep
26
26-29 September 2018 - This is the first ESSFN meeting jointly organised by neurosurgeons and a psychiatrist. Topics include: Surgery for depression, OCD, Tourette’s Syndrome, anorexia nervosa, other mental disorders; pain, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, spasticity, other movement disorders; stereotactic neurosurgery for brain tumours, radiosurgery and other stereotactic therapies. Neuroscientists, neurosurgery, neurology, psychiatry trainees and consultants welcome!

Sep
28
28-30 September - It’s an International Spine Conference for Consultants, residents (neurosurgery, Trauma &Orthopaedic) and the delegates of allied branches. Applied for CPD Accreditation. Language- English

Oct
06
General Medical Council
All Day
The course aims to equip doctors for difficult conversations, use effective questioning and listening skills in practice, develop leadership and coaching skills. Four keys areas to demonstrate communication skills will be explored. The areas would be consent, duty of candour , breaking the bad news and medicolegal aspects. There will be small group discussions, role plays and video demonstrations .

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National Hospital, 
with the ABN
19-21 September 2018
at the QEII Conference 
Centre, London

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20-22 March 2019,  
Manchester

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