Event Details

  • This meeting is not open to members of the public. BSCN Members should log in to reserve their place, however members in arrears with their subscriptions will not be able to register.
  • This event is fully booked.
This is the registration page for the 'face to face' event. Click here for the 'virtual' registration page
ATCN Teaching Day Spring 2024 (face-to-face access)
Start Date
End Date
Thursday 14 Mar 2024 08:30 AM
Thursday 14 Mar 2024 17:00 PM

8:30   Registration and coffee
09:00   Intro to the day
09:15   Basics of IOM – Edinburgh Physiologists
10:15   Spinal monitoring / tethered cord / SDR
10:45    Coffee Break
11:10  Dr Arup Mallik / Dr Aisyah Yaacob, Consultants in Clinical Neurophysiology, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow– Neuromonitoring basics
12:00  Dr Omair Malik, Consultant in Paediatric Anaesthesia, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh – Anaesthesia and IOM
12:30   Q&A and time for discussion
13:00   Lunch
14:00  Mr Thanos Tsirikos, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh – A surgeon's perspective on IOM
14:30    IOM workshop 1
15:30   Coffee
15:45   IOM workshop 2
16:30  *Recorded talk from Dr. Ana Mirralave Pescador, Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist, King’s College Hospital, London
17:00   Closing remarks
17:15  End

Chancellors Building, The University of Edinburgh
49 Little France Crescent
Edinburgh Bioquarter
EH16 4SB


Neurophysiology Trainees with NTN & HSST Trainees:  Free

Other BSCN members (hybrid access only): £40  (use the link on the top of the page to regsiter for the virtual access)

Registration closing date(face-to-face access)


Note: Please note that face-to-face access to the training day is limited to trainees with a national training number (NTN) and HSST Trainees. However, the morning session of the training day will be broadcasted live on Zoom. This provides an opportunity for all other BSCN members to participate remotely.

During the sessions, there might be limited or no interaction available for virtual participants.

Dr Fahad Shaikh and Dr Natalie Ross