MDS-ES Call for Hosts - School for Young Neurologists (2020-2022)

The MDS-ES Education Committee is currently accepting applications to serve as a host for upcoming MDS-ES Schools for Young Neurologists for 2020-2022. The Schools for Young Neurologists have been an essential program in the MDS-European Section educational portfolio since 2008.  Serving as host for an MDS-ES School for Young Neurologists is a prestigious honor, and we invite you to apply to serve the Society through this unique opportunity for training the next generation of Movement Disorder specialists.

The European Section presents two annual schools for young neurologists, a Winter School typically held in February, and a Summer School, typically held in July. Due to the highly interactive nature of the School programs, a number of important criteria need to be met by potential host centers. Schools for Young Neurologists are three days in duration and include lectures, clinical examination rounds, and video presentations. Evening events are held on the first two evenings – an educational video dinner and a social dinner.

View School for Young Neurologists Host Requirements

Application Instructions

To apply to host an upcoming school for young neurologists, please submit a letter of intent to the MDS- European Section Regional Program Manager, Heather Vitale at hvitale@movementdisorders.org before December 1, 2018.

The letter of intent should address the host requirements and include the following information:

1. Host name(s) and contact information
2. Institution name, city, and country
3. Brief description of available facilities
Description of clinical space, lecture space, and catering/coffee break space. Kindly include whether all program space (clinical examination and lecture room) is in the same building or in different buildings.
4. Additional information about host institution and/or city which may be pertinent to site selection.
5. Whether you would be able to host a Winter School, a Summer School, or either; and which year(s) your institution could potentially host (2020-2022).

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