Clinical Neurophysiology Workshop

 

18th CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY WORKSHOP OF THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND ASSOCIATION OF NEUROLOGISTS
SHERATON MIRAGE RESORT, SOUTHPORT, QUEENSLAND
September 29-October 2, 2019

The next Clinical Neurophysiology Workshop will be held at the Sheraton Mirage Resort, September 29-October 2, 2019.  Workshop registration will be on Sunday September 29 from 1.00 - 2.00 pm.

The Workshop will include sessions on common clinical disorders, muscle disease, evoked responses, neuropathies, movement disorders and neuromuscular disease and include case presentations, scheduled as in the program.  It is planned to have a session of free communications as posters.

As usual, the format will be relaxed and informal.  The first session will commence at 2.00 pm, following lunch and registration, on Sunday and the Workshop will conclude Wednesday afternoon when the usual “closing ceremony” will be held.  

Overseas guest speakers will be:

  •  Professor Andy Eisen                     
    University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  • Professor Jeremy Shefner            
    St Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Centre, Phoenix, ArizonaU.S.A.
  • Professor Michael Swash
    Royal London Hospital, London, U.K.
  • Professor Yoshikazu Ugawa       
    Fukushima Medical University, Fukushima, Japan
  • Professor Ivo van Schaik              
    University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Registration

The Registration fee is $800 (incl. GST) until 31 August 2017 and $850 (incl. GST) thereafter.   Registration will include access for registrant and partner to the Barbecue (Sunday evening), dinner (Tuesday evening) and Closing Get Together and, for the registrant, morning and afternoon tea and lunch (Sunday-Wednesday). The registration fee does not meet the costs of catering and venue, and there is no special rate for trainees or technicians.  For on-line registration go to https://anzan.org.au/cnw/registration.asp

Advanced trainees (affiliated with ANZAN) and full-time PhD students will be offered a $200 reduction in their registration fee on acceptance of their abstract for presentation at the meeting.  A supervisor’s letter certifying the registrant fulfils the criteria should be e-mailed as an attachment to mary.sweet@sydney.edu.au or posted to:

Ms Mary Sweet
Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology Unit
Medical Foundation Building – K25
The University of Sydney   NSW   2006

Abstracts of free communications for the poster session can be submitted now at the e-mail address above.

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Deadlines

Registration at reduced rate by 31st August 2019; Abstracts by 31st July 2019.

 

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