2020 EAN Call for Proposals

6th EAN Congress – Paris, France – May 23-26, 2020

In preparation for the 6th EAN Congress in Paris, the MDS-European Section and the EAN Movement Disorders Scientific Panel are holding an open call for the submission of movement disorder related sessions.

Movement Disorders sessions will be reviewed and discussed at the Scientific Panel on Movement Disorders meeting at the 5th EAN Congress in Oslo on July 1.

Session proposals should be submitted to the Scientific Panel on Movement Disorders, care of MDS-ES by Friday, June 14, 2019 in order to be discussed in Oslo.

Following review and discussion of the proposals, the EAN Movement Disorders Scientific Panel Management Group will submit the selected proposals to the EAN for review and approval. The final session selection is made by the EAN.

Sessions can be proposed for the following formats. Please read the guidelines for the type of session(s) you would like to propose. Session guidelines can be found on the EAN website.

1. Case-based Workshop  (CbW)
2. Controversy Session (CON)
3. Focused Workshop (FW)
4. Hands-on Course (HoC)
5. Interactive Session (IaS)
6. Symposium (Symp)
7. Teaching Course (TC)

Submit a Movement Disorders Session by Friday, June 14, 2019

Join your Movement Disorders colleagues at the Scientific Panel on Movement Disorders meeting at the EAN Congress in Oslo to discuss the 2020 session.

            Scientific Panel on Movement Disorders Meeting
            Monday, July 1, 2019 – 10:00-12:00
            Room – TBA
 

For questions regarding this Open Call for proposals, please contact Heather Vitale.

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