by Jan Kuks
On behalf of the former Quality Assurance sub-Committee, I’m delighted to announce that, based on an objective analysis of participant evaluations, the following presenters will all be receiving certificates of excellence for their respective educational lectures during the 4th EAN congress in Lisbon, 16th – 19th June 2018.
We congratulate the best speakers:
- Peter Berlit (Essen, Germany) for his lecture on “CNS- and PNS-manifestations of possible angiitis (case presentations)” in Interactive Session 8 “Is it a vasculitis or not?”
- Kailash Bhatia (London, UK) for the lecture on “Functional dystonias and fixed dystonias” in Teaching Course 1 “EAN/MDS-ES: Dystonia – how to recognise and treat – Level 1”
- Michael Leo Strupp (Munich, Germany) for his lecture on “Acute vertigo” in Interactive Session 4 “How to diagnose acute vertigo and acute double vision”
- Klaus Viktor Toyka (Würzburg, Germany) for his lecture on “Motor system including functional motor disorders” in Teaching Course 19 “The neurological bedside examination – the art of identifying pathology – Level 1”
- Sanjeev Nandedkar (Hopewell Junction, US) for his lecture on “Device 3 – MUNIX – LL muscles – 20 minutes” in Hands-on Course 1 “Motor Unit Number Index (MUNIX) and phrenic nerve conduction studies – Level 3”
- Patrik Michel (Lausanne, Switzerland) for his lecture on „Ischaemic stroke in a patient with high bleeding risk” in Interactive Session 3 “EAN/ESO: Treatment decisions in some difficult scenarios of acute ischaemic stroke”
- Romana Höftberger (Vienna, Austria) for her lecture on “What the neurologist needs to know in choosing the right assay for autoantibody testing” in Teaching Course 16 “Autoantibodies in neurological disorders – Level 2”
- Matthew Walker (London, UK) for his lecture “What is spiky but not epileptiform discharges?
“ in Teaching Course 12 “EAN/ILAE-CEA: How to approach EEG and avoid overreading in epilepsy – Level 1”
- Mark Edwards (London, UK) for his lecture “Mixed Hyperkinetic movement disorders: dystonia plus chorea, dystonia plus paroxysmal disorders, dystonia plus myoclonus” in Interactive Session 7 “EAN/MDS-ES: Mixed movement disorders: what do we see and how do we approach”
- Soheyl Noachtar (Munich, Germany) for his lecture “Systematic approach to EEG abnormalities” in Teaching Course 12 “EAN/ILAE-CEA: How to approach EEG and avoid overreading in epilepsy – Level 1”
Thank you for your great contribution in this successful congress!