Pain relief in Labour

Dr Carlos Kidel  • 12 th September 2018 (evening)

Being a first-time mum is incredibly exciting but can also make you nervous. It's natural to have lots of questions. Let us help! Our Pain Relief in Labour class talks you through all the options available to you for you and your baby. Delivered by our resident experts we bust the myths about labour, answer all your questions and put your mind at ease so you can concentrate on you and your baby.

Red flags in Neurosciences: When to refer?

29th September 2018

London Neuroscience Academy in collaboration with The London Neurosurgery Partnership is delighted to announce Avoiding the nightmares in neuroscience course. The half day lecture series is aimed at individuals from a variety of healthcare specialties specifically GPs, physiotherapists, chiropractors and osteopaths as well medical students and SHOs.

The London Headache and Facial Pain Symposium

Mr Sinan Barazi and Dr Giorgio Lambru  • 10th November 2018

We are delighted to announce The 2nd Annual London Headache and Facial Pain Symposium which will attract neurosurgeons, neurologists, ENT specialists, dentists, general practitioners and residents. The London Headache and Facial Pain Symposium is unique in his comprehensive approach to facial pain. Topics will be addressed by international experts with different perspectives including general practitioner, pain specialist, neurologist, radiotherapist and neurosurgeon.

The London Neuromonitoring and Mapping International Course

Mr Christian Brogna, Mr Irfan Malik, Noemia Pereira, Mr Ranjeev Bhangoo and Mr Sanj Bassi  •  23 rd & 24 th November 2018

Following the success of the previous course we are delighted to announce our third London Neuromonitoring and Mapping International Course which will attract individuals from a variety of specialities including neurosurgeons, neurophysiologists, neurologists, professionals in neuromonitoring, general practitioners, anaesthetists, nurses, researchers and those with an interest in intraoperative neuromonitoring and brain mapping.