7th Annual European Summer School for Young Neurologists
July 18 – 20, 2014 ~ Barcelona, Spain
The 2014 Summer School for Young Neurologists will take place in Barcelona, Spain, July 18 – 20, 2014. Young neurologists, who are interested in training in the field of movement disorders, as well as those who already have some experience in movement disorders, will be taught by an MDS-ES international faculty of senior movement disorder specialists. The summer school course design uses several educational methods. Students will attend large lectures and panel discussions with question and answer sessions, will be involved in group presentations and case discussions, will work with movement disorders patients and present their own case-study videos.
The first day will focus on the basics of parkinsonism and hyperkinetic movement disorders. The second day will allow participants not only to examine patients, but also to share their own patient videos with their fellow participants. The third day will cover simple and complex patient management issues, including administration of botulinum toxin and neuroimaging.
With over 2,000 years of history and one of Europe’s busiest seaports, Barcelona is the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea and the traditional gateway to Spain. A lively, international city that dazzles visitors with its medieval Gothic quarter and a collection of Catalan Art Nouveau buildings which includes the masterpieces of Antonio Gaudí, Barcelona is one of the most captivating cities of the “Old World.”
Barcelona is the capital of Catalunya, a region of northern Spain with its own distinct culture, language, and traditions, and also a city of Roman origin. Today Barcelona is a leading center of commerce, arts, science, and education as well as a hub for fashion, entertainment and sporting events. Its unique blend of art, architecture and design make Barcelona a truly one-of-a-kind destination.
At the conclusion of the course participants should be able to:
- Examine a patient with a movement disorder
- Reach a diagnosis on straightforward movement disorders cases
- Propose a differential diagnosis on more complex movement disorders patients
- Present a movement disorders case history
- Design, review and modify a patient treatment plan
This course is recommended for young neurologists within five years of their completion of general neurological training who are interested in specializing in movement disorders and young neurologists who are already training in movement disorders.
This course is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from:
If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact:
International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
555 E. Wells Street, Suite 1100
Milwaukee, WI 53202 USA
Email Monica Moon