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Department of Anatomy, Leeds Medical School
All Day
Leeds Neuroanatomy Course Part I, 12/13 September 2019 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.

Trent Simulation & Clinical Skills Centre at QMC
All Day
19th - 20th September - 13th QMC Craniotomy Simulator Course with ROWENA 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’.

This is a case-based acute neuroradiology course. The most frequently encountered out of hours CT examination is acute CT Head and therefore the course will have an on neuroradiological diagnosis based on CT head interpretation with additional MR follow up where relevant. It is aimed at Neuroscience speciality registrars, General radiologists and senior radiology trainees, DGH radiologists, Consultant emergency physicians Venue - Central London - TBC

20-24 October 2019 47th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery Main topics: The development of foetal surgery, introduction of molecular biology to diagnosis and treatment inneuro-oncology, advances in paediatric complex spine, novel craniofacial techniques, epilepsy and better trauma care Aimed at: Pediatric Neurosurgeons

The International Society for Paediatric Neurosurgery (ISPN) seeks to promote the health of children throughout the world by encouraging the ethical transmission and exchange of neuroscientific information and techniques related to Pediatric Neurosurgery. Venue: ICC Birmingham, Broad St, Birmingham B1 2EA, UK

2nd SBNS Research Day 1st November 2019

Venue: The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL BASO~ACS is delighted to announce that the Abstract Submission for its forthcoming standalone conference in November 2019 is now OPEN. Abstracts on all cancer-related topics and specialty are invited for the oral and poster prize sessions. There will be several sessions for presentation of clinical and basic science research papers during the conference. The prestigious Alan Edwards, Ronald Raven, and BASO Trainees Prizes will be awarded during the meeting. Visit our website to submit your Abstract and for further details on BASO prizes and awards.

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Last Updated: 17 June 2019

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