by Thomas Berger
Summer time is travel time. Hence, millions of holiday-makers criss-cross the globe. Infections, prevalent in some geographical areas more than others, might be an unexpected and potentially harmful „souvenir“ back home. (Differential-) diagnosis of such infections involving the nervous system might be challenging for neurologists.
If you seek information to update your knowledge, to gain more insights or just to raise your awareness – visit eBrain and its easy accessible specific module which covers in a comprehensive manner the most important aspects on Neurological Infections.
See some examples from sessions related to Neurological Infections:
Cerebral Malaria: http://www.ebrainjnc.com/learning/enrol/index.php?id=244
The Neurology of HTLV-1 Infection: http://www.ebrainjnc.com/learning/enrol/index.php?id=245
Lyme Borreliosis: http://www.ebrainjnc.com/learning/enrol/index.php?id=248
Diagnosing and Managing Patients with Tubercular Meningitis: http://www.ebrainjnc.com/learning/course/view.php?id=249
Listeria Monocytogenes Meningitis:http://www.ebrainjnc.com/learning/enrol/index.php?id=250
Look for your specific interests or browse them all…..
eBrain, described as “a revolution in medical education and neurosciences” (Holmes 2012, Dassan 2012), represents – with currently more than 600 e-learning sessions – the largest, most comprehensive web-based training resource in clinical neurosciences, and can support both training and continuous professional development. Thus, this unique e-learning program bears the potential to merge European expertise and teaching competence in an European gold standard for learning and continuous medical education in the clinical neurosciences.
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