There are still a few places remaining on the EPNS Cambridge Masterclass ‘Functional Disorders – Child Neurology meets Literature‘ which will be taking place 14-16 September 2017.
This will be 3 days of world class teaching in functional neurological disease: an important and fascinating challenge for all neurologists. We will be exploring our understanding of why and how it occurs, and how to communicate that understanding effectively to our patients. This is a unique opportunity to meet in a small group setting with world-class faculty including a “medical humanities” perspective on this occasion featuring Siri Hustvedt (http://sirihustvedt.net). This is the second time we have held an event with this unique Masterclass format which was so successful in 2015. The idea is that delegates attend in pairs: an experienced “old hand” and an up and coming neurologist of the next generation.
Participants stay in en suite student accommodate in the beautiful Corpus Christi College and St Catharine’s College. Included in the registration fee will be a dinner in the New Combination Room at Corpus Christi College followed by a fireplace discussion in the Old Combination Room – it really is a special experience.
Please take a moment to look at the PROGRAMME, which we think you will agree presents a new and refreshingly different concept.
For more information and the registration form, please visit our EPNS website http://www.epns.jmre.es/2nd-epns-master-class-2017/ >>