ABN Student Day 2019
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Sessions will include how to approach the neurological patient, practical advice on the structure of neurological training and how to enter the speciality. The afternoon will conclude with an award presentation for best poster/ platform.

23/10/2019
When: 23rd October 2019
13:00
Where: The M Shed
Princes Wharf
Wapping Road
Bristol, Bristol  BS1 4RN
United Kingdom
Contact: ABN Office
0207 405 4060


Online registration is closed.
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Chair: Prof Tom Warner, London
Why and how to become a neurologist: Dr Anna Francis, Bristol
Neurology platforms (4)
Tea/coffee/posters
Localising the lesion: Dr James Stevens, Bristol
Weird & wonderful neurology videos: Dr Kanchan Sharma, Bristol
Careers in neurology: from student to consultant
Panel of speakers

About this event

Sessions will include how to approach the neurological patient, practical advice on the
structure of neurological training and how to enter the speciality.
The afternoon will conclude with an award presentation for best poster/ platform. 

Registration - 1pm

Sessions begin at 1:30pm and finish at 5pm


Abstracts


Students are invited to submit an abstract of clinical or scientific content on neurology
and the top abstracts will be chosen for poster or platform presentation. Abstracts
should not exceed 200 words plus 60 words for title.

Abstract submission is now closed. 


Registration


Online registration is now open.
The event is free to undergraduate medical students; however, a deposit of £30 will be taken to secure your place.
Attendees will receive a full refund. If you do not attend the £30 will be non-refundable.

Contact Us

Association of British Neurologists
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27 Boswell Street
London
WC1N 3JZ

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7405 4060
Email: info@abn.org.uk

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