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  1.   10 June 2019
  2.   Legal

The following talks are from the Lunch Symposium on Research Methodology held on November 17, 2018 at the I5th International Child Neurology Congress, Mumbai, India

  1.   27 May 2019
  2.   Lectures

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA EPILEPSY WEEK MARCH 25 – 30, 2019

Theme: “Empowering Persons with Epilepsy, their families and their love ones.”

Hosted by the Ministry of Health and the Environment in collaboration with the Medical Benefits Scheme (MBS) and the Mount St. John’s Medical Center (MSJMC). 

 

  1.   26 May 2019
  2.   ICNA Educational Meetings

The meeting was divided in 3 sections:

Symposium and medical mission in San Miguel, El Salvador:

Part A. Mini epilepsy symposium for pediatricians on 2/24/19. The symposium focused on recognition of common epilepsy syndromes and paroxysmal non epileptic events.

Audience: Around 70 participants, mainly Pediatricians. Supported by the local...

The meeting was divided in 3 sections:

Symposium and medical mission in San Miguel, El Salvador:

Part A. Mini epilepsy symposium for pediatricians on 2/24/19. The symposium focused on recognition of common epilepsy syndromes and paroxysmal non epileptic events.

Audience: Around 70 participants, mainly Pediatricians. Supported by the local pediatric society of San Miguel (one of the most important and populated cities in El Salvador)

Part B. Evaluation of clinical cases with local team on 2/25/19. Patients selected by Dr. Rene Silva as chief Pediatric Neurologist. Cases were selected due to refractoriness and potential for epilepsy surgery. Candidates for surgery were identified.

Symposium and medical mission in San Salvador (capital of the country), El Salvador:

Part A. Symposium in pediatric epilepsy and refractory epilepsy on 2/26-28/19.

Audience: About 120

The symposium started with recognition of pediatric epilepsy syndromes, and other topics. The second day focused on drug refractory epilepsy and alternatives to therapy including, ketogenic diet, surgical options/ VNS. Conferences included data about role of CBD in epilepsy. Clinical cases presented by local neurologists or pediatric neurologists were discussed

Part B. Evaluation of pediatric epilepsy cases of difficult control were evaluated by the team at the main hospital (Hospital Benjamin Bloom, the main pediatric hospital in the nation). Many of the cases were candidates for surgical intervention.

One surgical intervention was performed on 2/28 with advise from team members. Most of the surgical candidates were selected for future dates. More cases evaluated on 2/28/19

 

  1.   26 May 2019
  2.   ICNA Educational Meetings

Program structure:

  • Trainees will be supported as a clinical research fellow at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC, New York, New York) for 9 months and will facilitate hands-on mentored research projects in neuroinfectious diseases. In addition to being involved in daily research activities at CUIMC, the candidate will be...

Program structure:

  • Trainees will be supported as a clinical research fellow at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC, New York, New York) for 9 months and will facilitate hands-on mentored research projects in neuroinfectious diseases. In addition to being involved in daily research activities at CUIMC, the candidate will be expected to identify and develop a research proposal around a neuroinfectious disease topic relevant to their LIC/LMIC region and apply for a career development award during their time at CUIMC.
  • Adjunctive clinical training in neuroinfectious diseases and other facets of clinical neurology will be provided to the trainee at CUIMC through clinical observorship, though the expectation is that the trainee will focus on their development as a researcher.
  • Ongoing research support and structured guidance will be provided through mentorship and faculty engagement established at CUIMC while the individual is conducting their research projects at CUIMC and most importantly, upon their return to the home country. This will be for the duration of the research project and early career development and will include support to produce scientific literature and develop infrastructure in country. A major fundamental priority will be to establish funding support to build individual and institutional research capacity in the LIC/LMIC institution.

 

  1.   26 May 2019
  2.   Opportunities
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