Visit the EAN Booth and its 4 different areas (HOME, MEET, LEARN and RESEARCH) and find out more about the European Academy of Neurology, your home of neurology, and its aims and missions:
Relax on our sofas or meet a fellow colleague for a game of chess and feel at HOME. Learn everything about EAN and the benefits of being a valuable part of Europe`s largest community of neurologists. Get all information on our different membership programmes, Meet the people behind EAN, the EAN Board as well as the EAN Office.
Join us and become a member of our community!
Come by the MEET area already in the morning for a cup of coffee and a chat among colleagues from all over Europe and the world and seize the opportunity for quick casual business meetings. Get information about MyEAN and our activities in social networks. Have fun with a paper printout of your #EAN2017 picture at the hashtagprinter or join the tricky challenge of EAN´s brand new “hot wire” game. Learn more about the 2018 EAN Congress in Lisbon
or buy some one-of-a-kind memorabilia: The unique EAN bag, made of the poster background tarps of the 2015 and 2016 EAN congresses in Berlin and Copenhagen. EAN decided to re-use nearly all printed tarps and cloths of the poster booths and design its very own limited collector item. The strictly limited bags (only 150 pieces maximum per congress year) are proudly produced locally in Vienna, Austria by WienWork. The corporate objective is to provide and create jobs for disadvantaged people on the labor market. WienWork enables people with disabilities, chronic illnesses or long-term unemployed people to participate in economic and social life. With every purchase of a bag you support this project. Be sure to get your one-of-a-kind limited bag during the 2017 EAN Congress at the EAN MEET booth for only €20. Stock won’t last long!!
Join us to shape the future of neurology!
When visiting the LEARN area, you can find all educational aspects that underpin the EAN vision to promote Excellence in Neurology in Europe. From study programmes outside the EAN congress or grants to support projects in other European Neurological Departments or online learning possibilities – EAN strives to bring education to the people, the neurologists who want to LEARN. LEARNers are changing, ranging from the traditional neurologist used to didactic formal teaching to the new generations who are very comfortable with technology, with physical and virtual spaces and eCommunications. EAN needs to meet all those needs and ideally combine them.
Join us and be passionately curious to learn!
Get all the information on Scientific Panels – not only on panel membership but also what these panels do and plan to do in the future. There will be a Q&A with members of the Guideline Production Group, where you can ask questions on how guidelines are produced and how to get involved. Get to know the Rare Diseases Taskforce and learn what they do. Grab your copy of the European Journal of Neurology and make yourself familiar with other great publications.
Join us to promote excellence in neurology!
700,000,000 brains – 25,000 members – 47 countries – one community
Each of the EAN Booth areas has a dedicated programme with interactive and face-to-face meetings with experts, committee chairs and members. This is your chance to meet them all!
LEARN – Prof. Klaus Toyka will present excerpts from the new EAN eBook (Part I) which presents the basics and some advanced knowledge about the neurological examination in the clinic, on the ward, and in the emergency room. It contains 11 chapters that illustrate the examination techniques in over 70 movies and figures, and show typical disease patterns in over 40 patient movies.
RESEARCH – Simona Arcuti will present the EAN Guideline production group; What are the tasks, how does it work, what is needed, how are Guidelines funded? You can ask her also about GRADE and GRADEprofile software, risk of bias and QUADAS-2, AGREE tool, Revman, systematic review and meta-analysis.
HOME – Prof. Didier Leys, the EAN Secretary General will be there for a Q&A on EAN membership, membership benefits, what is new.
LEARN – 17.00-18.00: EAN Spring School Alumni “Happy Hour”: Participants from the last 20 years will be able to meet and see each other again in a relaxed atmosphere.
MEET – Prof. Tim von Oertzen and Prof. Elena Moro will be there for a Q&A on ean.org, MyEAN, EANpages articles and much more.
LEARN – Prof Klaus Toyka will present excerpts from the new EAN eBook – Part II
HOME – EAN Resident and Research Fellows will inform on membership benefits and possibilities to join
MEET: Join us for the daily opportunity to play the BRAIN GAME, meet colleagues and discuss the latest about the congress