BPNA PET1 Course London North – Friday 23 February 2018 Book your place at: https://www.bpna.org.uk/ecomm_product_view.php?courseid=262 This course has been developed to improve practice within childhood epilepsies. It is suitable for all health professionals providing primary or secondary level care for children with epilepsy including: Consultant paediatricians Trainee paediatricians, trainee paediatric neurologists and trainees in neurodisability Consultants… [Read More]
PET1 London – Friday 24 March 2017 This is a one-day course, which will be delivered by Consultant Paediatric Neurologists, Consultant Paediatricians with expertise in epilepsy, and a specialist epilepsy nurse. The day will consist of short didactic teaching sessions and interactive workshops. By the end of the study day participants will be able to: Define: seizure,… [Read More]
Epilepsy in children can be difficult to recognise and manage – this popular study day aims to give you a basic knowledge about epilepsy including diagnosis, investigations and management, along with considering the common conditions which can cause diagnostic confusion and gaining basic concepts about common epilepsy syndromes.
A practical study day for trainees looking to further their knowledge of childhood epilepsy diagnosis and management. Expert speakers from the UK’s leading institutions. Email email@example.com to register.
This is a popular Annual Study Day for Trainees on Oct 1 at Young Epilepsy , Lingfield, Surrey. The course courses all aspects of epilepsy taught by Consultant Paediatric Neurologists from Great Ormond Street Hospital and Kings College Hospital. Format is a mixture of lectures and interactive workshops building up from basic principles to more complex… [Read More]
The conference will provide a comprehensive update on the current topics in paediatric epilepsy. The sessions will cover learning from NICE and Epilepsy 12 – improving outcomes for children and young people, genetics, update on epilepsy surgery, behavioural and mental health comorbidities, differential diagnosis, drugs and ketogenic diet, safeguarding, the role of specialist epilepsy nurses… [Read More]