PREVIEW – Dizziness: A multidisciplinary approach

Posted in Courses & Conferences on 13th Mar 2017


Conference details: 6th-9th June, 2017, 33 Queen Square Lecture theatre, London WC1N 3BG.

This four day course will include instructional sessions, practical workshops, and case study analysis.

It is aimed at physicians, surgeons, scientists, physiotherapists and allied health professionals who evaluate, diagnose and manage patients with dizziness and/or imbalance. The course is run by an international, multidisciplinary faculty, which includes both highly experienced clinicians and researchers.

Teaching level is intermediate to advanced. The course will be best suited to those with an initial understanding of the vestibular field and will serve as an update and refresher course to those with an advanced knowledge of the vestibular field. The attendance fees are as follows: consultants (medical/non medical): 4 days £750. All others: 4 days £500. Single day: £200

Keynote speakers include: Profs Michael Halmagyi, Linda Luxon, Jeffrey Staab, Sue Whitney and Floris Wuyts.

For more information see the course website
T. +44 20 3456 5025.


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