• This meeting is open to BPNS members and other professionals working in relevant areas, but not to patients or members of the general public without advance permission.
BPNS Teaching Course on Peripheral Neuropathy 2020
Start Date
End Date
Thursday 25 Mar 2021 10:00 AM
Thursday 25 Mar 2021 17:00 PM
Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester

This teaching course is aimed primarily at registrars in neurology and clinical neurophysiology, but in providing an update on clinical diagnosis and management will also be of value to consultant neurologists and neurophysiologists, general physicians, and any professional seeing patients with peripheral neuropathy. Similar to previous BPNS Teaching Courses, this one day event will include comprehensive lectures on the most important clinical topics in peripheral nerve disease. This event occurs only once every two years. Speakers are leading UK experts in their fields. Don't miss this opportunity to hear them all together.

Registration details will be announced shortly.

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The COVID-19 epidemic raises some questions for patients being treated for neuromuscular disease. The following documents and links may help:

Guidance regarding immunosuppression - (Mike Lunn / Queen Square)

ABN COVID-19 documents index

BPNS advice for patients

Upcoming meetings of interest to members

Peripheral Nerve Society Annual Meeting - 27th - 30th June 2020 - Miami, FL, USA - registration on hold, likely to be cancelled or deferred

International Master - Peripheral Nervous System Diseases

A top quality  international master class in peripheral nerve biology and disease based in Milan, Italy. The course involves five separate modules each of one week duration spread throughout a year.

Richard Hughes travel bursaries

The BPNS is delighted to announce the Richard Hughes bursaries in honour of Professor Richard Hughes, the first president of the BPNS. These comprise up to three travel bursaries a year, two to help fund a trainee to travel to the international Peripheral Nerve Society (up to £500 each) and one (up to £300) to attend the Spring meeting of the Association of British Neurologists (ABN).

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