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BPNS Teaching Course on Peripheral Neuropathy 2022: F2F
Start Date
End Date
Thursday 10 Mar 2022 09:00 AM
Thursday 10 Mar 2022 16:30 PM
Location
Museum of Science and Industry, Central Manchester
Details

The Peripheral Neuropathy Teaching Day is aimed at trainees in Neurology and Neurophysiology but is suitable for all who wish for an update in the assessment and management of common and rare neuropathies. The course is delivered by UK experts in the field.

This year’s teaching day will include the traditional lecture format in the am. This will be both F2F and virtual. The afternoon is small group teaching on 3 different topics (chronic inflammatory neuropathy, inherited neuropathies and acute inflammatory neuropathy). This will allow a more interactive and educational session. This will be F2F only.

This event will allow trainees the chance to network with UK experts in neuropathy, a small social event will be announced at a later date

We encourage attendees to consider registering for our BPNS Spring meeting which occurs at the same venue on the following day.

Programme (can change before the event)
TimeType Presenter
09:00Registration  
09:30Lecture The Clinical Approach to Peripheral Neuropathy Dr Tim Lavin, Manchester Centre of Clinical Neuroscience
10:00Lecture An introduction to Nerve Conduction Studies and EMG Dr David Allen, Southampton
10:30Lecture Diabetic Neuropathies Dr Rebecca Cooper, University Hospital Sussex NHS Foundation Trust
11:00Refreshment  
11:20Lecture Paraproteinaemic Neuropathies Professor Micheal Lunn, Centre for Neuromuscular Diseases, Queen Square
11:50Lecture Infectious Neuropathies Dr Carolyn Gabriel, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
12:20Refreshment Lunch; remainder of day for F2F attendees only  
13:00Lecture Small Group Rotational Sessions: Inherited Neuropathies Dr Alex Rossor, NHNN London and Dr James Stevens, North Bristol NHS Trust
14:15Lecture Small Group Rotational Sessions: GBS and Mimics Dr Aisling Carr NHNN London and Dr Rhys Roberts Addenbrooks Cambridge
15:30Lecture Small Group Rotational Sessions: CIDP and Mimics Prof Yusuf Rajabally, University Hospitals Birmingham and Dr John McConville, Belfast Health Trust
17:00Refreshment Networking and Nibbles  

Event price
£60.00
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