ICNC2018 Symposium Proposals
Three to four symposia will be held concurrently each morning of the four day Congress.
Each symposium will be 2 hours in duration and would be expected to have a total of 3-4 speakers drawn from diverse geographic origins. A symposium is meant to be a focused session on a common theme. The format usually involves introduction and background to the discussion by the symposium chair, followed by talks from participants. The viewpoints may differ and there would be interaction between audience and participants. The symposium would end with a summary overview of the session by the chair. Proposals are invited from a proposed Chair who will be the principal organiser of the symposium, and who may have one other international co-organiser.
The 15th International Child Neurology Congress that will take place in the enchanting city of Mumbai, India, November 15-18, 2018. The theme for the Congress is “Protecting the developing brain and preventing disability”. The AOCN (Association of Child Neurology, India) is the local organizer and host of the Congress, in which Child Neurologists from all over the world will meet at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in downtown Mumbai.
see here for more details https://icnapedia.org/congress/icnc2018
European Network on Brain Malformations, 9-11 APRIL 2018 Zagreb, Croatia
09 APRIL 2018: Neuro-embryology & Neuroradiology (the antenatal period)
10 APRIL 2018: Clinical follow-up & Molecular Genetics (the postnatal period)
11 APRIL 2018: Translational Genetics
DNPS Efteruddannelsesmøde, fredag d. 3. november og lørdag d. 4. november 2017, Hindsgavl Slot
I år har vi sammensat et spændende program med bl.a. emnerne søvn, behandling med cannabis, hovedtrauma og verbal dyspraksi.
Program årsmøde 2017
Vi har været heldige at få to af Europas førende børne-/unge-smertebehandlere (læge og psykolog) til at komme og dele deres store viden og erfaring på området den 8. september 2017.
Når det bliver ved med at gøre ondt – temadag om smerter
Date: 18-20 October 2017
Venue: Hotel Park Inn, Astana, Kazakhstan.
Subject: Paediatric neurology in the first year of life; following the book, ‘Principles and practice of child neurology in infancy’.
Course Content: Final programme for Kazakhstan training course 2017
Course language: English.
Registration fee: 70 Euros.
Registration fee includes: attending the whole course, written materials, two meals, coffee breaks, certificate of attendance.
Accommodation: please visit to follow site of Astana hotels: www.apartamenty.kz/en/astana/hotels.html
BURSARIES are available
More details can be viewed http://www.epns.jmre.es/epns-teaching-course-2017-kazakhstan/
Following the enormous success of our inaugural 2015 Masterclass we are delighted to host a 2nd EPNS Cambridge Masterclass!
We are very excited to have Siri Hustvedt contributing to the meeting. Siri is a writer of novels and non-fiction including a highly-acclaimed account of her own experiences of “medically unexplained” functional neurological symptoms. She lectures on psychiatry, medical humanities and neurosciences courses. She wonders what happens — rhetorically and physiologically — when we change our minds.
Date: 14 – 16 September 2017
Location: Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Topic: Functional Disorders – Child Neurology meets Literature
More details can be viewed http://www.epns.jmre.es/2nd-epns-master-class-2017/
Bookings will be taken on a first come first served basis. This will be based on the receipt of the full payment and not the receipt of the completed booking form.