Calling all Paediatric Neurologists

This is an invitation to all paediatric neurologists to join ICNA, an association that has repositioned itself to serve the needs of children with neurological and developmental conditions all over the world. Currently ICNA is represented by 6 major geographical areas with membership from 64 countries. ICNA was founded in 1973 by a respected international group of paediatric neurologists who wished to advance the care of children with neurological problems throughout the world. The current mission of the association could be summarized as follows: To promote excellence in clinical care to children with neurological diseases globally To disseminate information by...
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Cerebral Palsy in the African context

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After the successful "Epilepsy in Childhood" meeting in Uganda in February 2012, the International Child Neurology Association is once again organising a meeting on a neurology topic which has been identified as important to practice in Africa. This meeting will be held in Cape Town in February 2013 and will focus on "the ideal and the optimal management of children with Cerebral Palsy in the African context". In order for us to ensure that the content of the meeting is relevant to your practice, please fill out the attached questionnaire. As before, each country will have an opportunity to send...
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BTS Guidelines for the Respiratory Management of Children with Neuromuscular Weakness

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The British Thoracic Society Guidelines for the Respiratory Management of Children with Neuromuscular Weakness has been published as a supplement to the July 2012 issue of Thorax. The full document can be downloaded via:

1st Upper Egypt Neuroscience September 12-13, 2012

16-05-2012 22-18-341st Upper Egypt Neuroscience September 12-13, 2012
Pyramisa Blue Lagoon, Hurghada

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Child Neurology Society - Bernard D’Souza International Fellowship Award

The Child Neurology Society ( USA ) is now accepting applications for the 2012 Bernard D’Souza International Fellowship Award, which will sponsor all expenses for a child neurologist from a developing country to attend the 41st Annual Meeting of the CNS to be held in Huntington Beach, California, from October 31-November 3, 2012.

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