British Society for Clinical Neurophysiology promote and encourage for the public benefit the science and practice of clinical neurophysiology and related sciences


2018 Spring Scientific Meeting (Glasgow)
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Start Date
End Date
Friday 20 Apr 2018 09:00 AM
Friday 20 Apr 2018 17:00 PM
The Teacher Building, 14 St Enoch Sq, Glasgow G1 4DB. Note changed date and venue

Venue: The Teacher Building, 14 St Enoch Sq, Glasgow G1 4DB.

The venue is in the heart of the city centre within walking distance of Glasgow central railway station. It is also next door to St Enoch's Underground station. There are also frequent airport buses to the city centre with approx journey time of 25 mins. 


There is a wide range of accommodation available in the city centre which is the recommended place to stay. The following are just a few suggestions based on location and price but not peronal recommendations.

Premier Inn City Centre Buchanan Galleries, St Andrew House 141 West Nile St, Glasgow G1 2RN from £39/night

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Glasgow Central, Cambridge street, Glasgow G2 3HN from £90/night room only

Radisson SAS Blu, 301 Argyle St Glasgow G2 8DL from 125/night room only



Local Organiser - Arup Mallik

Programme (can change before the event)
TimeType Presenter
09:00Abstract Does Clinical Neurophysiology Help in the assessment of Synkinesis Following Bell's palsy? Dr Ming H Lai
09:20Abstract MND Audit (Adrian Prize candidate) Dr Natalie Birch
09:40Abstract How effective are melatonin sleep investigations in the diagnosis of paediatric epilepsies? (Adrian Prize candidate) Julie Barr
10:00Lecture The 2017 ILAE Classification of Seizures & the Epilepsies Prof Sameer Zuberi
10:45Refreshment Morning Coffee  
11:15Lecture Muscle MRI: A useful tool for adult and paediatric neuromuscular physicians Dr Maria Elena Farrugia
12:00Lecture Short Communication - Patient Information Video for EMG Dr Veronica Leach
12:15Refreshment Lunch  
13:00Lecture Guillain-Barre syndrome - a century of progress Prof Hugh Willison
13:45Abstract Threshold-tracking transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a quick and reliable method for point estimates of resting motor threshold (RMT) and uninterrupted monitoring of its fluctuations (Adrian Prize candidate) Dr Gintaute Samusyte
14:05Refreshment Afternoon Tea  
14:30Abstract Use of the Laryngeal Adductor Reflex monitoring technique in Posterior Fossa Surgery. Dr Ana Mirallave Pescador
14:50Lecture Intraoperative monitoring – Past, Present and Future Dr Alan Forster
15:35Lecture Short Communication - Overview of Bsc Hons Clinical Physiology Course at Glasgow Caledonian University Dr Elaine Gribben
15:50Abstract An evaluation of the predictive value of EEG in patients following an out of hospital cardiac arrest and a review of other possible prognostic features: A study of Glasgow’s neurophysiology service. (Adrian Prize candidate) Ms Joan Kane

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