The next EAN Autumn School will take in place in Loutraki, Greece, from October 7-11, 2021.
The programme for the Autumn School is available online on the EAN website covering the topics of stiffness, eye movement disorders and muscle weakness.
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by Magda Dohnalová & Irena Rektorová
The Spring school 2021 was planned to take place in person until the last minute, but in March we had to make a decision to transform it into a virtual event again – as… Continue Reading
Combining an academic career with the clinical work is one of the many challenges faced nowadays by neurology resident and neurologist at the beginning of their career. As the number of clinician/scientists grows, the opportunities and potential paths one can choose is also growing exponentially.
Due to the health situation all over Europe, EAN had to cancel the in-person Spring School 2020, but thanks to a very enthusiastic faculty, we were able to hold this course almost with the entire programme as a virtual school.
On 25th May 2020, the first virtual general assembly of the Resident and Research Fellow Section (RRFS) of the EAN took place. The assembly received broad participation from RRFS members who were interested in gaining insight into the annual report as well as the new Treasurer elections.
The title of the RRFS Special Session of this year is “Unleash your potential with EAN”. The session was chaired by Dr. Giovanni Di Liberto, neuroimmunologist and Chair of the Resident and Research Fellow Section of the EAN. The idea behind this session is to provide some example of successful careers The title of the RRFS Special Session of this year is “Unleash your potential with EA The title of the RRFS Special Session of this year is “Unleash your potential with EAN”. The session was chaired by Dr. Giovanni Di Liberto, neuroimmunologist and Chair of the Resident and Research Fellow Section of the EAN. The idea behind this session is to provide some example of successful careers boosted by EAN fellowships and encourage RRFS members to take advantage of this great opportunity. In this session, we hosted colleagues awarded with an EAN clinical or research grants in the past years and a successful story.
I believe that the covid-19 pandemic showed us that we, as neurologists, are physicians first, and neurologists second. In other words, as neurology has increasingly developed into an acute care field, it is important that we are not only specialists in neurology, but also strive to build and keep expertise in fields adjacent to our core competences.
I am Nina Khizanishvili, a young neurologist from Tbilisi, Georgia. I currently work in Germany but I still get a lot of information about the situation in the First University Clinic of Tbilisi State Medical University in my home country.
Please tell us about your experience with the current COVID-19 pandemic in your hospital
With over 27.000 positively tested patients in the Netherlands, all hospitals had to make major adaptations to their general practice. Non-urgent care has been put on… Continue Reading
been the first European country to be violently hit by the ongoing pandemic of
COVID-19. Whilst devastating, luckily the measures undertaken- although
considered draconian by some- avoided greater spread across the whole nation. The
areas where the first… Continue Reading
This year the eight edition of the conference entitled "Recent Advances in Clinical and Experimental Research on Dementia and Neurodegenerative Disorders" was held as usually in Bressanone, Italy. The event, which took place from 22 to 24 January, represents an interesting unique in the Italian panorama, starting from the choice to use English as the official language up to the calibre of the speakers.