Advances in Pain Medicine – International Winter Symposium

The London Pain Forum “Advances in Pain Medicine” International Winter Symposium will be returning to the Hotel Village Montana, Tignes Le Lac, France on 20-25 January 2019 with a six day programme of lectures and expert discussions.

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PAIN MANAGEMENT MEETINGS 

7th London Pain Forum “Advances in Pain Medicine” Winter Symposium
20-25 January 2019
Hotel Village Montana, Tignes Le Lac, France
Web: www.winterpainsymposium.com

12th RA-UK/ESRA/LPF Ultrasound in Chronic Pain Medicine Course
22-23 March 2019
Dept of Anatomy, St George’s Hospital, London, U
Web: www.uspmlondon.com

Headache and Facial Pain Treatment Symposium
5 April 2019
Park Plaza Victoria, Amsterdam Centraal, The Netherlands
Web: www.painways.com

British Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting
1-3 May 2019
Hilton Tower Bridge Hotel, London, UK
Web: www.britishpainsociety.org


12th Annual Leeds Hands-on Interventional Workshop
9-10 May 2019
University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
Web: www.painandneuromodulationlondon.com

6th SUA Ultrasound Guided Chronic Pain Interventions Workshop
3 September 2019
Royal College of Physicians, London, UK
Web: www.painandneuromodulationlondon.com

Neuromodulation Society of the UK & Ireland Annual Scientific Meeting
and Hands-on Cadaver Workshop
15-17 November 2019
Aspire Conference Centre & Dept of Anatomy, Univ. of Leeds, Leeds, UK
Web: www.painandneuromodulationlondon.com

7th GENEVA SPINE COURSE Sagittal balance Master course

Anatomical workshop
SWISS Foundation for Innovation
and Training in Surgery
Sagittal balance is a complex topic. In order to understand the concepts, a different type of educational course is needed. This course is modeled on a European program, designed by Professor Jean Charles Le Huec, teaching at Bordeaux university medical school and past Eurospine (Spine Society of Europe) president and Dr Antonio Faundez, consultant at Geneva University Hospital.
A comprehensive approach of the balance concept will be presented.
The course is designed to introduce concepts slowly with adequate time for questioning and discussion before moving on to more advanced concepts.
It is mandatory for all participants to visit an e-learning website. You will receive an access code with the payment of your registration. There will be 5 sessions of 10 to 15 min each, which will provide you the basic knowledge that you should have, to be able to actively participate during the course.
There is a ‘hands on’ approach to measuring parameters on spinal X Rays and the use of a software for digital images. The speakers will provide their expertise through didactic presentations and clinical cases precisely selected.
The program will also include breakout session to discuss clinical cases and their treatment options, according to sagittal balance parameters.
All participants are requested to bring their own cases well documented in a ppt format for open discussion.

Brainstem Anatomy for Neurosurgeons

Brainstem Anatomy for Neurosurgeons

January 14 — January 15

ZurichSwitzerland

https://usz-microsite.ch/anatomiekurse/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2018/12/PF_Brainstem-Anatomy_Digital.pdf

3rd Hands-On Training with Skull Model and Brain Cadaver Brainstem Anatomy for Neurosurgeons

Course Director: PD Dr. med. Oliver Bozinov

Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th of January 2019 Institute of Anatomy, University of Zurich, Winterthurerstrasse 190, 8057 Zurich

Lectures on brainstem anatomy, lesions and approaches will be held also at the prior brainstem conference (www.brainstem-conference.com).

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EANS Basic Spine Course

January 10, 2019 — January 11, 2019

LyonFrance

Message from Course Chairmen Prof. Torstein R. Meling and Prof. Cédric Barrey:

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the inaugural EANS Spinal Step II Hands-On Course in Lyon. The event will be held from January 10th – 11th 2019 and is organized in the Laboratoire d’Anatomie de la Faculté de Médecine de Lyon.

This dissection course is most suitable for neurosurgical residents in their last years of training as it will focus on the essential neurosurgical anatomy, the planning of surgical procedures, the handling of neurosurgical equipment, and the advanced neurosurgical spinal approaches.

This course will be limited to 24 participants.

Course dates: 10-11 January 2019

For more information please contact petra.koubova@eans.org.

Venue: Département Universitaire d’Anatomie, Faculté de Médecine Lyon Est, 8 avenue Rockefeller, 69373 Lyon Cedex 08

Curriculum: Participants will learn essential neurosurgical anatomy, planning of surgical procedures, handling of neurosurgical equipment, and advanced neurosurgical spinal approaches.

Preliminary programme available HERE.

Registration fees:
EANS Individual Member: €700
Non-Member: €800

The registration fee includes all tuition costs, subsitence during the course, two night accommodation and one networking event.

Accommodation:
Lagrange City Apparthotel
Lyon Lumiere
81-85, cours Albert Thomas
69003 LYON
France

View: The hotel website

NB: This is course is not part of the EUROSPINE equivalence programme. 

EANS Basic Course in Cranial Surgery – Brno

EANS Basic Course in Cranial Surgery – Brno


Message from Course Chairmen Prof. Torstein R. Meling and Prof. Martin Smrcka:

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the second EANS Basic Course in Cranial Surgery in Brno. The event will be held from 20th to 23rd November 2018 and is organized in the Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic. 

This dissection course is most suitable for neurosurgical residents in their first years of training as it will focus on the essential neurosurgical anatomy, the planning of surgical procedures, the handling of basic neurosurgical equipment, and the basic neurosurgical cranial approaches. The course capacity is limited to 20 participants.


Course dates:
 20 November (arrive in time for welcome dinner) – 23 November 2018


Venue:
 The course will take place at Masaryk University Brno, Faculty of Medicine, Anatomy Institute, Kamenice 3, 62500 Brno, Czech Republic


Target audience:
 All levels, but of the most benefit for neurosurgical residents in their first years of training.


Curriculum:
 Participants will learn the essential neurosurgical anatomy, the planning of surgical procedures, the handling of basic neurosurgical equipment, and the basic neurosurgical cranial approaches. Please click HERE for a more complete list.

Download the premliminary programme HERE.


2018 Faculty:

Course chairmen: T Meling (NO) / M Smrcka (CZ)

J Fiedler (CZ)
O Navratil (CZ)
V Priban (CZ)
S Rocka (LT)
M Sames (CZ)
E Simon (FR)
V Smolanka (UA)
N Velinov (BG)


Course Fee:

EANS Individual Member: €1150
Non-Member: €1250

The fee includes all tuition costs, subsistence during the course (lunches and coffee breaks) and the networking events listed below. Scrubs are provided. The fee does NOT include accommodation (please see accommodation suggestions below).


Networking opportunities:
 Welcome cocktail on Tuesday 20th November evening and Networking Dinner on Thursday 22nd November. Participants are free to make their own arrangements on Wednesday night.

Cancellation policy:
Cancellations received in writing before 20 days prior to the course start will be reimbursed.
Cancellations between 20 and 10 days prior to the course – minimum 50% refund.
Cancellations less than 10 days prior to the course – no refund (unless exceptional extenuating circumstances).


Accommodation suggestions:
 Campea Aparthotel, Studentská 1, Brno, 62500 – https://www.campea-aparthotel.cz

Travel: Brno has an international airport with particularly good connections to the UK (London Stansted and Luton) and Germany (Münich).

Participants can also arrive at either Vienna or Prague airports and take the train to Brno (slightly shorter transfer time from Vienna).

Please contact Petra Koubova for all inquiries.

 

First EANS Brno HandsOn Course

The inaugural EANS Brno HandsOn Course took place from 28 November to 1 December 2017, led by Course Chairmen, EANS Training Committee Chair Torstein Meling and Chief of Neurosurgery Department of University Hospital Brno Martin Smrcka.

The format was immediately successful and received excellent evaluations from the participations. Please see the testimonials below.

All the attendees were hard working and enthusistic. The atmosphere was serious while working but in free time we made friends and had fun:-)

I want to thank you for this course. It was great! Maybe it can be even better if we have a little bit more time for our approaches. Because, while we are residents, we really like do it precisely like it was discussed. And maybe we are not fast enough sometimes. Also I want to mention that we had some problems with brain tissue during our dissections. I understand that’s mostly because of the cadaveric status of the brain, but still if there is a way to improve it – it will even better than now. And I really want to thank all the faculty members. You were super friendly and useful during this course. I can’t wait to meet you once again. Thank you! Thank you so much for everything, enjoyed every second.

It was absolutely great! And I wish you all the best!

Good timing, everything was well balanced, maybe a bit more time for dissections.

It was amazing how the faculty was interested and enjoyed the time with us. And how they helped, gave advice…

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