Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences

Edinburgh Clinical Neurology course

A well-established annual 2-day course with a practical emphasis, for anyone with an interest in neurology.

This annual course has now been running in Edinburgh for 39 years.

The two-day programme has a practical approach that will appeal to everyone with a passing interest in neurology, whether trainees, young(ish) consultants or seasoned veterans. This "no nonsense" approach, instilled by its founder Charles Warlow, is the central attraction of the course, together with its own unique brand of informality and Scottish conviviality.

Come see the Athens of the North, and hone your neurological craft.

The programme

The course covers a wide variety of topics from Edinburgh and UK-wide expert speakers. There is discussion of difficult cases, a clinicopathological conference and investigations for neurologists.

Venue and fees

The 40th course will be held on 1st and 2nd October 2018 at Edinburgh First - purpose-built conference facilities on the University campus, with on-site accommodation.

The course fee and catering for both days is £250/Monday £130/Tuesday £120, accommodation (2 nights B&B) £130, course dinner £45.

Registration & scholarships

Please register for the 2018 course at www.epay.ed.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/college-of-medicine-and-veterinary-medicine/school-of-clinical-sciences/clinical-sciences/40th-edinburgh-clinical-neurology-course

The Boloz-Kulesza Trust Fund and the Polish School of Medicine Memorial Trust Fund will be sponsoring up to four scholarships for suitably qualified and experienced applicants from Polish Medical Universities. For further information about the scholarships, please contact Dr Maria Dlugolecka-Graham, Polish School of Medicine Coordinator for the University of Edinburgh, at maria.graham@ed.ac.uk. The closing date for scholarship applications is  Thursday 14th June 2018.  

Future course dates

2019 – Monday 30th September and Tuesday 1st October

Contact

For more information, please contact Judi Clarke.