British Society for Clinical Neurophysiology

...to promote and encourage for the public benefit the science and practice of clinical neurophysiology and related sciences

Events

ANS/BSCN National Audit Meeting 2019
Start Date
End Date
Thursday 7 Feb 2019 09:15 AM
Thursday 7 Feb 2019 17:00 PM
Location
The IET, Austin Court, Birmingham, B1 2NP
Details

After several months of data acquisition, with data contributed from 60 departments across the UK, the preliminary results of the 2018 projects will be presented.
The meeting provides the opportunity to meet with colleagues and to contribute to evidence-based standards for Neurophysiology practice in the UK.

The venue, with well-designed lecture theatre, is approximately 15 minutes walking distance from Birmingham New Street station and there is ample parking close by (charges apply).

Projects 2018
Standardising Visual, Somatosensory and Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potential (EP) recordings.
The efficacy and safety of sleep deprivation for EEG examination.
The efficacy and safety of long-term EEG monitoring in the outpatient setting.
An exploration of neurodiagnostic practices for the diagnosis of Motor Neuron Disease (MND)

Queries may be addressed to catherine.pang@nhs.net
 

Abstracts (can change before the event)
No abstracts
Programme
TimeType Presenter
09:00Registration Registration  
09:25Lecture Welcome Catherine Pang
09:30Lecture The Safety and Efficacy of Long Term EEG Monitoring in the Outpatient setting Dr Munni Ray, Nikolaos Sinopoulos
10:40Refreshment Morning break  
11:00Lecture Standardisation of UK practice: Evoked Potentials Peter Walsh, Bryony Carr, Jeffery Holman
12:45Refreshment Lunch  
13:30Lecture The Safety and Efficacy of Sleep Deprived EEG Dr Andrew Lawley
14:35Refreshment Afternoon Tea  
14:55Lecture UK practice for the electrodiagnosis of MND Dr Nofal Khalil, Dr Mark Baker, Dr Stephan Jaiser
16:10Lecture Discussion on future projects Dr Santiago Catania
16:25Close Close  
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