Gian Luigi Lenzi (GLL): As President of the European Stroke Organisation, can you illustrate the role you would like EAN to cover within the world of European Neurology? Kennedy Lees (KL): EAN should represent specialists in neurology to ensure that their contribution to stroke care is recognised, and in countries where this is under-represented should work to promote their involvement. It should offer an educational function, teaching general neurologists about the latest and most important aspects of stroke that they may encounter in their practice.
Forum: Neurological News from Austria – the land of WCN/EFNS 2013: The Austrian Acute Stroke Unit System and its registry enable an increase in the quality of performanceby Julia Ferrari Worldwide stroke is the second most common cause of death in developed countries. In Austria the incidence rate of stroke is 2.1 – 2.3 per thousand annually [1,2], implying that a stroke occurs every 26 minutes. Austria… Continue Reading
Sunday, 9 September 2012
The Movement Disorder Society European Basal Ganglia Club:
The C. David Marsden Invited Lecture 2012
14.30-17.00 – Hall A2 EFNS-EFNA Special Session “The Good Life”
15.00-17.00 – Hall T2 EAYNT Session: European harmonisation of neurology education… Continue Reading