The Diploma in Syncope & Related Disorders, the first of its kind, aims to provide participants with the expert knowledge, skills and attributes to effectively diagnose, treat and manage syncope and related disorders in a range of clinical settings and within a syncope clinic.
The diploma will run from September 2014 to May 2015.
Applications are currently open on our website www.rcpi.ie
Deadline Call for Abstracts: October 30th, 2014
Folgende Themen sollen Schwerpunkte der kommenden Tagung darstellen:
• Antiepileptika 2015
• Epilepsie und Kognition
• Genetik der Epilepsien
• Kindliche Enzephalopathien
• Neue Trends in der Epilepsiechirurgie
• Patientensicherheit: Technische Trends und Visionen
• Paroxysmale Bewegungsstörungen
• Psychiatrische Störungen bei Epilepsie
• Sport, Musik und Kunst bei Epilepsie
• Stimulationsverfahren und Anfallsvorhersage
The purpose of EFRR is to advance research and education in biopsychosocial aspects of rehabilitation. The outcomes of such research are implemented and disseminated with the aim of improving both the provision of social, vocational, health-care and rehabilitation services and the standards of practice in these services, for the benefit of people with disabilities.
The theme of the congress is “Being, Doing, Participating” referring to the WHO International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. The congress is providing an arena with a wide spectrum of different fields in the rehabilitation research.
The congress will provide shared knowledge to be used in human health, new scientific research, and for the improvement of educational efforts in rehabilitation. We will concentrate in both scientific and practical issues. For further information, please visit the congress web site www.efrr2015.org