This national congress aims to provide a scientific and social platform to ensure that both scientific sharing can be made at the highest level possible and social sharing can be made so that neurological family will become closer. Scientific content with quite a wide range was arranged by scientific working groups responsible for each field, 31 half-day courses, 4 full-day courses and other congress sessions will be held in the scope of congress.
Core Theme: Neuromuscular diseases
This meeting is endorsed by the EAN
The European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) organises a Regulatory Workshop which is called “Navigating Safely Through the Regulatory Triangle”. This workshop will explore the interface between the Clinical Trial Regulation, expected to be applicable in 2016, and the In vitro Diagnostics and Data Protection regulations now being discussed by the EU Parliament and Council, and how these three regulations will influence cancer research practice.
MHE Event in the European Parliament
On the 10th of December from 9:30 to 10:00am , MHE will hold his annual event on the role of employment in the lives of people with mental health problems.
Key speakers from the European Parliament, the OECD, the European Commission as well as the Work Foundation will give presentations.
The event will be co-hosted by:
MEP Sirpa PIETIKÄINEN (EPP)
MEP Liadh NÍ RIADA (GUE/NGL)
MEP Richard HOWITT (S&D)
If you wish to register, please send the following information before 30 November:
Name-Nationality-ID number-Birth date
to MHE Communications Officer : ophelie.martin[a]mhe-sme.org
The WFNR Franz Gerstenbrand Award, worth £3000, recognises and rewards a neurorehabilitation project that has benefitted patients.
Named after Professor Franz Gerstenbrand in recognition of his continuous contributions to neurorehabilitation, the Award is open to WFNR members and non-members worldwide.
Entries for the WFNR Award are welcome from clinicians, researchers and allied health professionals who are currently working in neurorehabilitation. Special consideration will be given to applications for young (below the age of 30 years) clinicians and researchers.
Entries can involve any aspect of neurorehabilitation, eg:
- Patient or clinic management initiative
- Research project
- Best practice development
- Use of a new technological development
The entries must demonstrate a difference to patient outcome.
The work described must be completed and yielded results, or published in the last 12 months.
The single prize of £3000 will be awarded for:
- Travel bursary to a clinical/scientific conference
- Professional development course
- Research project
Closing date for entries is 31 December 2015.
The WFNR Franz Gerstenbrand Award, worth £3000, recognises and
rewards a neurorehabilitation project that has benefitted patients.
Named after Professor Franz Gerstenbrand in recognition of his continuous
contributions in neurorehabilitation, the Award is open to WFNR members
and non-members worldwide.
Entries for the WFNR Award are welcome from clinicians, researchers and
allied health professionals who are currently working in neurorehabilitation.
Find more information here: 2015_WFNR_Award_Information_for_Applicants
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Places are now available for the international Clinical Update Sleep conference, and 2016 promises to be its biggest year yet. The day will cover a range of topics, including hypersomnia and parasomnia, sleep-disordered breathing and comorbidities, plus an update on recent clinical trials in sleep-disordered breathing and non-invasive ventilation.
The format of presentations, interactive lectures, case studies and workshops, including a workshop aimed at using polysomnography and CPAP equipment, means that those attending will be informed of all the latest advances in understanding and managing sleep disorders. There will be a faculty of international sleep experts including Gian Paolo Rossi, Wolfgang Oertel, Anita Simonds and Dieter Riemann, plus many more.
5 CPD points have been awarded from The Royal College of Physicians.
To secure your place book online at http://www.guysandstthomasevents.co.uk/international-conference-clinical-update-sleep-2016/ or email email@example.com
The official language of this conference is German.
Brain Awareness Week (BAW) is the global campaign to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research. Every March, BAW unites the efforts of partner organisations worldwide in a celebration of the brain for people of all ages. Activities are limited only by the organisers’ imaginations and include open days at neuroscience labs; exhibitions about the brain; lectures on brain-related topics; social media campaigns; displays at libraries and community centers; classroom workshops; and more.
We would like to invite you to attend our teaching course devoted to brain dissection and its clinical and neuroimaging applications.
The Munich Brain Course has been a yearly event since 2004. Each course has three main topics with additional presentations and hands-on dissections.
The upcoming course will take place on March 16th – 19th 2016. The focus will be on spinal cord, cerebellum and occipital lobe. As a registered attendee of the English part you are also invited to attend all lectures of the German part, called „Intensivkurs Neuroanatomie“ (Thursday afternoon until Saturday noon) without special registration and fee.
Among the speakers are Robert Rafal, Bangor; Michael E. Goldberg, New York; Stephan Brandt, Berlin; Thomas Schenk, Munich; Udo Rüb, Frankfurt, and Patric Hagmann, Lausanne.
For program and application forms see: www.munichbraincourse.eu.
English lectures will be held on Wednesday, March 16 and Thursday, March 17. The brain dissection hands-on part in small groups takes place on Thursday afternoon and on Friday (simultaneous to the German dissection part). As a registered participant of the English part you may also attend all German lectures (Thursday afternoon until Saturday midday). Of particular interest is the forensic medicine session Saturday morning.
Number of participants:
- 40 English speaking participants
- 60 German speaking participants
(the dissections take place in groups of 5 participants with one tutor)
Course fee: 595 Euro (including VAT)
We would be pleased to welcome you in Munich.
Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Peter Reilich M.A.
Friedrich-Baur-Institut an der Neurologischen Klinik
Prof. Dr. med. Adrian Danek
Neurologische Klinik und Poliklinik, LMU München