Event Details

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BSCN Spring 2024 Scientific Meeting (virtual access)
Start Date
End Date
Friday 15 Mar 2024 09:00 AM
Friday 15 Mar 2024 15:30 PM

08:30 Registration and Coffee
09:00 Welcome President BSCN : Welcome note
09:15 Abstract - Dr Aisha Mahjoub, Clinical Neurophysiology Registrar, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital: Suspected phrenic nerve       mononeuritis contributing to persisting dyspnoea in COVID-19 pneumonia patients
09:35 Abstract - Ms Brooke Mckenzie, Physiologist,  Queen Elizabeth University Hospital: Efficacy of Hyperventilation in Short Video EEG (SVEEG)
09:55 Lecture Dr  Ailsa McLellan, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist, RHCYP, Edinburgh: Paediatric Epilepsy Surgery
10:35 Refreshment Coffee Break
11:00 Lecture  Dr Katie Brennan, Neurologist, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow: Acquired Neuropathies
11:40 Abstract - Ms Casey Singleton, Medical Student, Newcastle Medical School: A novel case of Status Epilepticus from Lead Poisoning 
12:00 Lecture Professor Suvankar Pal, Professor of Neurodegenerative Disorders and Clinical Trials, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences, The University of Edinburgh: MND
12:40 Refreshment Lunch Break
13:30 Abstract - Mr Stuart Crook, Physiologist, Swansea Bay University Health Board: Reflections of Rotation
13:50 Lecture  Dr Alan Forster, Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary: IOM most interesting cases
14:40 Abstract - TBC
15:20 Closing remarks/End


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

Virtual Access: Zoom

Fee (virtual Access):
Neurophysiology Trainees with NTN: Free
All other BSCN members: £100

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

Registration closing date(virtual access)


Dr Fahad Shaikh and Dr Natalie Ross