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Committees
Committees

The committees listed below are comprised entirely of members of the Association of British Neurologists.

Please click on each link to find out more information about each committee, and, if you are a member, how to get involved.


The ABN Council is its governing body for all professional and clinical matters. Council meets three times per annum to discuss ABN matters. The Executive Committee consists of the following members of Council, full details can be found on our Council page


Committee members can sign in here

The Education Committee functions to advise the Association, through Council, on all matters relating to undergraduate education, postgraduate training, and continuing professional development in neurology within the United Kingdom and Ireland; and to liaise on relevant issues with appropriate British, Irish and European organisations.

More information, as well as a list of committee members can be found here.

Committee members can sign in here

The Research Committee functions to advise the Association, through Council, on all issues relating to research and academic matters.

More information, as well as a list of committee members can be found here.

Committee members can sign in here

The Services Committe functions to advise the Association, through Council, on all matters relating to standards of neurological care and the staffing, organisation and distribution of neurological services in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

More information, as well as a list of committee members can be found here.

Committee members can sign in here

The Quality Committee functions to advise the Association, through Council, on all issues relating to quality improvement in neurology within the UK and Ireland.

More information, as well as a list of committee members can be found here.

Committee members can sign in here

The ABNT aims to represent the views of all trainees in neurology on a number of issues including training and education, career issues and research.

More information, as well as a list of committee members can be found here.

Committee members can sign in here

Advisory Groups exist for the key neurological areas comprising ABN members.

A full list of advisory groups can be found here.

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