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BPNS meeting 9 November 2018
Start Date
End Date
Friday 9 Nov 2018 10:00 AM
Friday 9 Nov 2018 17:00 PM
Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, London E1

This meeting will be hosted by the Royal London Hospital (Queen Mary Innovation Centre, 5 Walden Street, London E1 2AF) The AGM will be held at the end. The local organiser is Dr Aleks Radunovic ( The venue will be the Clark-Kennedy Lecture Theatre.

This will be an all-day meeting. The programme will include clinical case presentations and guest lectures from:

·       Dr Luis Querol (Barcelona, Spain) – “CIDP: from phenotype to the paranode and back”.

·       Giuseppe Lauria (Milan, Italy) – “Big pain, small fibres; personalising medicine in painful neuropathies”

·       Ashwin Pinto (Southampton) on plasma exchange.

RCP CPD approval has been applied for. A certificate will be available at the end of the meeting.

A sandwich lunch and refreshments will be provided. If you have any dietary requirements please indicate special dietary requirements under 'special requests' in the registration form.

A BPNS Council meeting (for BPNS Council Members) will precede the meeting from 9.00 -10.00

The Annual General Meeting will be at 16.30 (BPNS members only).

We encourage registration in advance by clicking Book Tickets below. Members should log in to the BPNS website first to benefit from a reduced registration fee. Advance registration will close on the 02 November. Registration after this date is possible at the meeting but will incur a £10 surcharge. If you decide not to register in advance, please email in advance to advise of your intention to attend so we know numbers for catering.

The deadline for abstract submission is Friday 12 October 2018. Abstracts should be submitted through the website. Please note the requirement for patient consent.

TimeType Presenter
09:15Registration Registration and coffee  
10:00Other Case presentations  
11:00Refreshment Coffee  
11:30Lecture Big pain, small fibres; personalising medicine in painful neuropathies Giuseppe Lauria
12:15Other Case presentations  
12:55Refreshment Lunch  
13:45Other Case presentations  
14:25Lecture CIDP: from phenotype to the paranode and back Luis Querol
15:10Refreshment Tea and coffee  
15:40Lecture Use of plasma exchange Ashwin Pinto
16:00Other Case presentations  

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