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The British Peripheral Nerve Society aims to bring together physicians and scientists interested in peripheral nerve disease in Britain, in order to share information and resources, to improve the management of and research into peripheral nerve disease.

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Queen Square Neuromuscular Update Course

Tuesday 4 – Wednesday 5th May 2021

2021 will see our conference move online for the first time.  This is a 2-day virtual clinical course on childhood and adult neuromuscular disorders covering a range of disorders including Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy (DMD) and other muscular dystrophies, spinal muscular atrophy, (SMA), neuropathies, myopathies, channelopathies and mitochondrial disorders.  This year there will be a particular emphasis on transitional diseases i.e. diseases which start in childhood but need to be managed throughout life including DMD and SMA. Recent advances in therapies for these conditions will be covered.

This 2-day course is designed for paediatric and adult specialists with an interest in neuromuscular diseases. Programme to follow shortly.

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Face to face out-patient policy for COVID

BPNS face-to-face outpatient policy 

Agreed at BPNS AGM, 6 November 2020, amended 16 January 2021. The latest version of this policy can now be found in the new 'Policies' page under 'About' on the society home page.

COVID-19 vaccination and peripheral nerve disease

The BPNS sees no reason for any patient with any peripheral nerve disease to avoid having any of the COVID-19 vaccines. A commentary on the topic my Mike Lunn can be found HERE. An information sheet giving the Societys official view for concerned patients is HERE.

No link found between COVID-19 and GBS

BPNS members have contributed to an important study led by Stephen Keddie and Mike Lunn showing no association between COVID-19 and GBS. <Link>

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