Acute neurology

A one-day update from the field of neurology.

Wednesday 23 October 2013
Venue: Royal College of Physicians
Location: London

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A one-day conference designed to bring busy clinicians up-to-date in the latest developments in neurology – led and presented by speakers at the forefront of the specialty and held with the Association of British Neurologists. The day will present practical information and take-away messages designed to be applicable to every-day practice. Conveniently delivered in one day, the case-based programme will provide a comprehensive update for general physicians and physicians who undertake general medicine as part of their clinical service. Neurologists looking for an update will also find the day useful.

Programme highlights include:

  • Blackouts.
  • Headaches.
  • Meningitis and encephalitis
  • Thrombolysis dilemmas.
  • Stroke or not stroke.
  • Acute onset neuromuscular weakness.
  • Acute vertigo.

A second day will be held by the ABN (24 October). To see a full programme and details of how to register for the second day, please visit the ABN website.

All RCP conferences are valid for CPD credits, helping you to prepare for revalidation.

What past delegates have said:

“Excellent conference and lots of learning points to take away”. (2012 conference delegate)

We are pleased to offer a number of partnership opportunities for companies to be involved with the conference. Further details are available by downloading the brochure.

  • General physicians.
  • Acute medicine physicians
  • All consultants and trainees who undertake general medicine as part of their clinical service.
  • GPs.
  • Neurology consultants and trainees.


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