British Society for Clinical Neurophysiology

...to promote and encourage for the public benefit the science and practice of clinical neurophysiology and related sciences

BSCN Triennial Course 2022

Provisional Programme at August 2021

Monday 28th March - EEG and epilepsy

  • 09:00  President's welcome - Dr Jacquie Deeb
  • 09:15  EEG in paediatric seizure syndromes - Dr Sushma Goyal, London, UK
  • 09:45  Neonatal EEG and seizure semiology - Dr Ronit Pressler, London, UK
  • 10:30  Coffee 
  • 11:00  Frontal lobe seizure semiology - Dr Aileen McGonigal, Marseille, France
  • 11:45  Trainee case presentations
  • 12:20  Lunch
  • 13:30  Adult EEG/Epilepsy - speaker tbc
  • 14:00 Trainee case presentations
  • 14:45  Tea
  • 15:15  Workshops - EEG semiology
  • 17:15 Close

Tuesday 29th March - EMG and Ultrasound

  • 09:00  Technical aspects of EMG - Prof Sanjeev Nandedkar, USA
  • 09:45  Nerve conduction techniques - Dr Machiel Zwarts, Netherlands
  • 10:30  Coffee
  • 11:00  Testing the neuromuscular junction - Prof Erik Stalberg, Sweden
  • 11:30  Paediatric EMG - Dr Matthew Pitt, London, UK
  • 12:30  Lunch
  • 13:30  Ultrasound and neurophysiology for generalised neuropathy - Prof Leo Visser, Netherlands
  • 14:00  Ultrasound and neurophysiology for focal neuropathy - Dr Jeremy Bland, Canterbury, UK
  • 14:30  Trainee case presentations
  • 15:15  Tea
  • 15:30  Workshops - NCS and EMG Techniques, Nerve Ultrasound
  • 17:30  Close

Wednesday 30th March - Special topics

  • 09:00  Status epilepticus: overview and what is new - Dr Stephan Ruegg, Switzerland
  • 09:45  Encephalopathy & periodic discharges on EEG - Dr Peter Kaplan, USA
  • 10:30  Coffee
  • 11:00  EMG of the urogenital system - Prof David Vodusek, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • 11:45  Trainee case presentations
  • 12:30  Lunch
  • 13:30  Peripheral nerve inury - Mr Tom Quick, London, UK
  • 14:00  Trainee case presentations
  • 14:30  Coffee
  • 15:00  Workshops - NCS and EMG Techniques, Nerve Ultrasound

Thursday 31st March - Evoked potentials and IOM

  • 09:00  Somatosensory and auditory evoked potentials - Mr Peter Walsh
  • 09:45  Visual electrophysiology - Dr Gareth Payne, UK
  • 10:30  Coffee
  • 11:00  Introduction to intraoperative monitoring - Dr David MacDonald, Saudi Arabia 
  • 11:45  Trainee case presentations
  • 12:30  Lunch
  • 13:30  IOM for spinal srgery - Dr Asiyah Yaacob, UK
  • 14:00  IOM for cerebral surgery - Dr Ana Mirallave-Pescador, UK
  • 14:30  Tea
  • 15:00  IOM for brainstem surgery - Dr Nick Kane, Bristol UK
  • 15:30  Trainee case presentations
  • 16:15  Quiz - Dr Veronica Leach and Dr Arup Mallik

Friday 1st April - Intensive care

  • 09:00  Assessment of hypoxic brain injury - Dr Nick Kane, Bristol, UK
  • 09:45  Continuous vs routine EEG in critical care - Dr Peter Kaplan, USA
  • 10:30  Coffee
  • 11:00  Peripheral neurophysiology in critical care - Dr Andrew Michell, Cambridge, UK
  • 11:30  Critical illness neuropathy and myopathy - Dr Gerald Cooray, London, UK
  • 12:30  Presentation of prizes
  • 12:40  Lunch
  • 14:00 Close
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