Neurology training in Europe varies considerably between countries. Results from a recent survey have been published in the European Journal of Neurology, highlighting similarities and differences between European Union (EU) countries, other European Economic Area countries, and Switzerland.
Report from the Autumn Meeting of the UEMS Section of Neurology – European Board of Neurology, November 2015 by EAYNT/RRFSby Panagiotis Zis The Autumn Meeting of the UEMS Section of Neurology – European Board of Neurology took place on the 21st of November 2015 in Valencia, Spain during the Spanish National Neurology Conference. The delegates of most National Neurological… Continue Reading
Taking the Bear by the Teeth in Berlin – 7th Examination of the European Board of Neurology (EBN)by Jan Kuks, Gabrielle Lohner UEMS Section of Neurology – European Board of Neurology “The European board Exam should be a reference of excellence recognised by all European countries.” This was the slogan of one of the candidates, taking the… Continue Reading
Although the sixteenth one in sequence, this year’s run was the first one under the patronage of the newly founded European Academy of Neurology. In her Welcome message to our course, Dr Hannah Cock, chair of the EAN Education Committee,… Continue Reading
by Wolfgang Grisold, Svein Mellgren, Ayahan Caliskan
UEMS – European Board of Neurology The European Board examination in Neurology took place during the ENS congress in Barcelona on June 7th, 2013. 29 candidates attended the examination. These were from Europe… Continue Reading