Neurology Red Flags – what to do next?
October, 14th Oxfordshire, and 4th November, Surrey
We are please to be alerting you to two Sat morning workshops on Neurology Red Flags – one on the 14th October, Oxfordshire, and the other on the 4th November, Banstead, Surrey. Speakers will be consultant neurologists Dr Martin Turner and Dr Gerard Saldanha respectively. Further details and how to book will soon be available. If you wish to express an interest now then please email

Finding Strength: Challenges and Opportunities for patients with neurological and psychiatric disorders,
28 – 29 Sept, Edinburgh

Join the Strathcarron Hospice at their 7th annual conference at the John McIntyre Conference Centre at the University of Edinburgh on September 28th and 29th 2017. This year they will be considering some of the life-limiting disorders of the neurological system and aspects of psychiatric illness. For more information or to submit an abstract click here.

UKABIF 9th Annual Conference – NAVIGATING THE FUTURE FOR BRAIN INJURY SURVIVORS: Health, rehabilitation and beyond
13 Nov, London

This year the lineup of talks includes ‘Transitions of Care after Hospitalisation for Traumatic Brain Injury’ presented by Dr Nada Andelic, from Oslo University, Norway. This event is for clinicians of all backgrounds, care providers, case managers, lawyers, social care professionals and voluntary sector organisations. APIL and RCP CPD accreditation is pending. For further details please click here.

Encephalitis Conference 2017 – Call for abstracts
December 4, Macfarlanes LLP, London EC4A 1LT
The Encephalitis Society invites researchers and medical professionals to submit abstracts for presentation at their annual conference. The Conference, will feature a wide range of exciting presentations, discussions, and networking opportunities with experts, researchers, and up-and-coming leaders in the field of encephalitis. All abstracts will undergo peer review by the Scientific Program Committee and may be accepted for oral presentation or poster presentation. The closing date for abstracts is July 31.

Further information can be found by visiting If you would like to submit an abstract or book a free place at the Encephalitis Conference, please email

New free epilepsy course for Primary Care nurses
This new online course for practice nurses has been developed with epilepsy nurses and practice nurses, and it has been peer-reviewed. To find out more please click here

e-brain – supporting education in neurosciences
e-brain 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. Features include:
1. CPD points – you can claim up to 9 external points per year
2. 650+ interactive elearning sessions covering all the clinical neurosciences
3. Question bank of MCQ questions with over 2500 MCQs
4. Virtual patients which you can both manage and mismanage quite safely!
5. Webinars

Access to e-brain is free once you join the P-CNS. For further details and how to get free access click here.