The ebrain e-learning programme continues to expand and improve the variety and quality of its educational features and functionality.
As a Not-for-Profit initiative, ebrain is brought to you by the Joint Neurosciences Council, the European Federation of Neurological Societies and the European Neurological Society, and represents the world’s largest, most comprehensive web-based training resource in clinical neuroscience. Led by Professor Simon Shorvon, Mr Simon Thomson, Dr Hannah Cock and Professor Thomas Berger; this online programme has over 450 contributing clinicians who form a multi-disciplinary team of expert authors and reviewers drawn from all areas of the neurosciences, both in the UK and across Europe.
A range of new initiatives has been introduced this year, including interactive virtual patient case reports, webinar videos and a question bank.
ebrain is also currently in the process of applying for CPD accreditation through the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). This process is ongoing and we hope to be able to provide further positive details during summer.
Virtual patient case reports
These online cases allow you to interactively consult with a patient, then progress through a series of steps where you diagnose, treat and manage their condition, with the ability to review and analyse your approach and choices at each stage of the process. To view a demo case report, click here
The ebrain team is also pleased to offer monthly webinar video lectures.
The lectures are presented by experts in their field from the UK and by distinguished guest speakers from around the world. Accessed free by logging into the ebrain website, each video lecture lasts approximately 1 hour, providing a unique and growing specialist educational resource.
ebrain is always looking for new lesson authors and peer reviewers. Prospective lesson authors should contact us via the details on the footer (we are particularly interested in specialists in neuropsychiatry, neuroanatomy, neuroradiology and pain medicine). [NB: Lessons authored can be cited as the e-equivalent of a paper]. If you are interested in formally peer reviewing an existing lesson, please visit the Contribute page of the website for more information, or call/email us at any time.
Ebrain registration and password reset
For details on registering for access to ebrain, please go to the registration page on the website. If you are an EFNS member and wish to access eBrain free-of-charge, please contact email@example.com. If you are already registered and need to reset your login credentials, please go to the login page via www.ebrainjnc.com.
For further information, please call on +44 (0)7833050907 or email firstname.lastname@example.org