All e-learning activities are free-of-charge for EAN registered users.
Answer all questions correctly and you will receive one hour of CME.
European Journal of Neurology
Every month one article is chosen for online learning. The following articles are available free of charge on www.eaneurology.org – e-Education.
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September 2015: Efficacy and safety of pharmacological treatments for acute
Lyme neuroborreliosis – a systematic review. R. Dersch et al.
October 2015: Non-aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage in 173 patients: a prospective study of long-term outcome. Konczalla J. et al.
November 2015: Patterns of anti-inflammatory drug use and risk of dementia: amatched case–control study. Dregan A. et al.
December 2015: A consensus review on the development of palliative care for patients with chronic and progressive neurological disease. D. J. Oliver et al.
January 2016: Intravenous thrombolysis for acute ischaemic stroke in the elderly: data from the Baden-Wuerttemberg stroke registry. Reuter B. et al.
February 2016: Clinical dissection of childhood occipital epilepsy of Gastaut and prognostic implication. Verotti A. et al.
March 2016: Diabetes mellitus exacerbates the clinical and electrophysiological
features of Guillain-Barré syndrome. Bae J.S. et al
Win an EAN package, including a Manuscript CD-Rom of Teaching Courses from the 1st EAN Congress in Berlin, in June 2015
Among all persons correctly answering the questions related to the March 2016 – May 2016 articles, new winners will be allotted.
We congratulate the winners of the last competition (December 2015 – February 2016):
Andreas Jahnke, Ireland
Azuquahe Pérez, Spain
The new CME article March 2016: “ Diabetes mellitus exacerbates the clinical and electrophysiological features of Guillain-Barré syndrome” is online now!
Please browse to the e-learning section on the EAN Website (in the registered user area) and answer the questions!
You can look at older articles as well and still fill out the questionnaire, check it out!