• The 4th London-Innsbruck Colloquium on Status Epilepticus and acute seizures
  • Posted in Courses & Conferences

  • 11th Aug 2013

  • Conference details: Conference details: 4-6 April, 2013, Salzburg, Austria. Report by: Dr Hannah Cock, Reader in Clinical Neurology, St George’s University of London, Honorary Consultant Neurologist, Epilepsy Group, Akinson Morley Regional Neuroscience Centre, St George’s NHS Trust, London UK. Conflict of Interest statement: Dr Cock has been on the faculty for all of the Status Epilepticus Colloquium meetings […]

  • The Association of British Neurologists Annual Meeting
  • Posted in Courses & Conferences

  • 20th May 2013

  • A welcome from the ABN President… 21 May – 24 May 2013 The SECC, Glasgow We are looking forward to welcoming delegates to the 2013 ABN Scientific Meeting at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow. For 2013 we have extended our usual teaching and science remit to include a session for GPs and medical […]

  • PREVIEW Pain Therapeutics – discount for ACNR readers
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  • 12th Mar 2013

  • Conference details: 20th & 21st May 2013, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK Examine practical issues within the industry and network with leading experts at SMi’s Pain Therapeutics conference SMi’s Pain Therapeutics conference returns to London on the 20th & 21st May 2013 with a two day intensive agenda highlighting the latest developments in pain therapeutics […]

  • PREVIEW 6th Meeting of the UK PD Non-Motor Group (PDNMG)
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  • 12th Mar 2013

  • Conference details: 11th April, 2013; London, UK. Non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (NMS) are the leading cause of poor quality of life for both people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers.  The slowness, stiffness and tremor of Parkinson’s disease (PD) are well known, but non-motor symptoms afflict more Parkinson’s patients. Though NMS affect every patient, they […]


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