Postdoctoral position available researching spinal cord injury in Dr William Cafferty’s laboratory at Yale School of Medicine.
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Delegates will each have a desktop radiology workstation, which contains a database of intracranial neuroradiology images. The software used simulates how a clinician would view images at work and this software is officially used by the Royal College of Radiologists to conduct their examinations. An interactive approach is used via case based learning with discussion of the images, how different imaging modalities can be applied for the management of patients followed by the neurosurgical approach to correlate with the imaging. Learning points will be reinforced with bite size power point presentations during the sessions. There is no didactic lecture based teaching.
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Monday 9th January – Wednesday 11th January
Robinson College, University of Cambridge
A 3 day residential course directed at the core neurosurgical syllabus for British Neurosurgical Trainees. Designed to cover the entire syllabus over 5 courses run at 6 monthly intervals.
The 2017 ASiT International Surgical Conference will be held in the beautiful seaside town of Bournemouth, 31st March – 2nd April 2017. With a fantastic line up of plenaries and workshops, covering topics across surgical practice, training and research, there is something for delegates of all stages of training.
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The BNTRC CSDH audit has finally been published by the Journal of Neurosurgery and is initially available online via their homepage.
The following surveys are currently open until November 20th 2016.