The link between both scientists and clinical health professionals in Neurology among the European countries is crucial to maintain and improve the continuous development of Neurology in Europe. In order to ensure the integrity of the European neurological community, it is important to overcome geographical and age gaps and to create links aiming for “one common” neurological understanding in Europe and worldwide across all generations (1,2).
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The UEMS EBN Board examination will be held one day prior to the 3rd congress of the European Academy of Neurology.
Date: Friday, June 23, 2017
Venue: Europaplein 22, 1078 GZ Amsterdam, The… Continue Reading
Elena Moro (EM): As Chair of the Education Committee, can you illustrate the role you give to EAN within the community of European neurologists?
Hannah Cock (HC): I see my role as leading on the Educational Strategy of the EAN, and overseeing the delivery of educational activities to support this, in parallel with ensuring robust quality assurance mechanisms are in place. Education underpins much of the EAN vision, and is also a substantial component of the annual budget so this is a role I take very seriously, working closely with my colleagues on the board and of course the committee and subcommittees.
During 20th and 23rd of June 2015, Berlin was the capital of European neurology. At the 1st Congress of European Academy of Neurology, young neurologists had a session specially organized for them by the European Association of Young Neurologists and… Continue Reading