The Liverpool Neurological Diseases Course (NeuroID) has taken place every year in Liverpool since 2007, and has now trained more than 1000 delegates from 40 countries. Delivered by experts in the field, the course, has been oversubscribed every year and a must for any clinicians of any specialty or grade who sees patients with neurological infectious diseases. On 20 & 21 January 2021, the course went virtual for the first time. The course was oversubscribed and had 560 participants attending from 59 countries across all continents. It covered the common and important neurological infections, as well as some rarer conditions, with the emphasis very much on practical approaches to the problems encountered on wards and in clinic.
The next in-person course in Liverpool, UK, will be held in June 2022.
For further details and to register your interest, click here: Liverpool Neurological Infectious Diseases Course
Weds 20 & Thurs 21 January 2021 | 10:00-15:00 (GMT) |
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Find the programme of the course here.
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