Family Life with Complex Epilepsy in children- a quality of life insight
Neurodigest reports on a fascinating look at recent findings from a quality of life survey that uncovered some intriguing views on the treatment of complex epilepsy in children, with AEDs and the ketogenic diet. Read the full articleClick Here
Our latest issue of Neurodigest, which brings you news and reviews from neurology community is available now to read from www.neurodigest.co.uk. This issue includes an expended news section, providing a great selection of clinical news items that hit the headlines though the last 12 months.
Wherever you work, be it primary, secondary or community care, this event will help you gain the knowledge to assist in making those neurological conditions categorised as ‘complex’, less so, and support a coordinated multidisciplinary approach to care that supports the quality of life of patients and their families. Read more about the day…Click Here
These are information, educational tools and shared learning video guides for three common neurological conditions; headache, dizzy spells, faints and fits have been developed to support GPs in managing the majority of patients locally rather than refer them to a specialist as an outpatient.Click Here
Neuroncology: is a new project that the P-CNS is pleased to announce. Working in partnership with the International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA) and ACNR, we will be working to highlight the need for primary care and community based services to provide appropriate support for people living with brain tumours. Learn more about what triggered this new project on the Neurodigest website.Click Here
Mind, Medicine and Music: Achieving Excellence in Neurorehabilitation
If you are interested in harnessing the power of the mind, particularly in the context of neurorehabilitation, we are pleased to announce this unique event, designed to stimulate various discussions arising from imaginative presentations, including an introduction into the rapidly developing world of Lifestyle Medicine. Further details will follow soon….
Wearable & mobile devices – new ways of measuring, treating & preventing relapse in epilepsy, MS & depression.
NIHR MindTech MedTech Co-operative, Institute of Mental Health, University of Nottingham invite healthcare professionals to take part in an interview/short survey for a study into wearable devices…..Click Here
We have an array of resources available from our website, including videos from P-CNS neurology studies days, and presentations from a workshop on Parkinson’s lead by Dr Tom Britton and another on Headaches lead by Dr Andy Dowson. To access these plus e-brain please register and pay the one off joining fee of £45Click Here
ebrain, run by the Joint Neurosciences Council, represents the largest, most comprehensive web-based training multimedia facility in clinical neurosciences to support both training and Continuous Professional Development for those working in relevant fields. Get free access by joining the P-CNS.Click Here
The excellent textbook which is also available as e-book with additional learning resources was recently reviewed by an MDT, which included a GP. To read about this book please click here. To receive your 20% discount on the book please sign up our newsletter please sign up to our newsletter by using the form at the bottom of the page.Click me!
Website written by a neurologist with a special interest in these problems which aims to give a better understanding of these symptoms.Click me!