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Become a member

To apply for SBNS membership click the link below and visit our application page.

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Patient Information

SBNS is unable to give medical advice or recommend neurosurgeons. Please use an appropriate support group or your GP.

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Become a Neurosurgeon

The management of neurosurgical patients requires excellent medical and surgical skills, a career in Neurosurgery offers many challenges and rewards.

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Programme Outline  

Tuesday, 19 March 
Pre-congress meetings
The British Neuro-Oncology Group will be hosting a half day meeting  - more details to follow.

Wednesday, 20 March
Full day of Joint Sessions in the Exchange Auditorium - It will tailored to general aspects of neurosurgery as opposed to the operative aspects 
Opening Ceremony
Life Long Learning Session - Intraoperative monitoring and Advances in neuro oncology
Guest lectures / Plenary talks - Speakers TBC 
Joint Poster Session in the Exhibition Area
Welcome Reception

Thursday, 21 March
Breakfast Seminar - open to all associations
Concurrent Sessions - SBNS and EANN
A full day of plenary talks, workshops and abstract presentations

Sir Hugh Cairns Lecture -  Evanthia Galanis, M.D,  Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, USA

Business meeting/BNTA Business meeting  
Gala Dinner  (see Social Events tab for more details)

Friday 22 March
Breakfast Seminar - open to all associations
Concurrent Sessions - SBNS and EANN 
Plenary talks, workshops and abstract presentations
Closing ceremony 

All delegates are welcome to attend SBNS & EANN sessions

There will be an extensive Trade Exhibition open from Wednesday to Friday and all refreshment breaks will be served in the Exhibition Area at the same time for all associations.

Please check this page for regular updates in the lead up to the meeting.



Last Updated: 4 December 2018