We are pleased to present the 4th EANS Trauma and Critical Care Update Meeting to take place in Madrid on 22-23 February 2024. Following three highly successful meetings (Lund 2018, Messina 2019 and Leuven 2022) the section has decided to maintain an annual update meeting.The section panel has endeavored to organize a meeting that will once again meet your expectations by providing a comprehensive update on various aspects of Neurotrauma. This time, we will also include specific sections on less frequently covered subjects such as pediatric neurotrauma or cerebrovascular trauma, or new forms or tools for research, without neglecting the most important aspects of brain and spinal cord trauma. We have gathered great experts from different medical and surgical specialties to address these diverse subjects.The meeting will also include the first part of a crash course on neurotrauma (21st of Feb) organized by the section and dedicated to all of you that may want to be introduced to this exciting world.Discounts are available for EANS members, Trauma and Critical Care Section members, trainees and colleagues from low- and middle-income countries. We really want the course and meeting to be accessible to all of you.Click HERE to register and for more information!

The course provides comprehensive theoretical and practical instruction on surgical access to the anterolateral skull base, an anatomically homogenous.region.Venue: ICLO Teaching and Research Center–Verona (Italy)Period: March 2024 - December 2024Price: 4.000 EurosTarget audience: Neurosurgeon, Maxillofacial Surgeon and OtorhinolaryngologistCourse directors: Antonio D'Agostino - Andrea TalacchiClick HERE for more information.

08. - 09. März 2024
Frankfurt am Main

The World Head Injury Awareness Day- 20 mars 2024Click here for the programmeClick here to view the flyer

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The Panel of the EANS Vascular Section is happy to announce the second EANS BOOT-CAMP FOR VASCULAR AND ENDOVASCULAR NEUROSURGERY, that will be held in Milan, Italy, in April 2024.This Course is divided in two parts: a theoretical Part (2-day web-seminars) (Part 1) and a week later the attendees will be involved in the Hands-on exercise on site (2 days practical sessions) with 10 faculty members (Part 2). There is no limit number for the attendees that would participate to the theoretical part: otherwise, there will be a maximum of 30 attendees for the Hands-on sessions, to permit have all the time necessary to perform clipping and by-passes using Placenta models and coiling and flow-diverter stent, always supervised by the faculty members.Registration for Part I is still open!For the Full Course there is the waiting list.Click HERE for more information.

It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you, for the second time, to the Peripheral Nerve and Plexus Surgery Cadaver Course in Aachen, Germany. After the last year's successful course we have compiled a special content for you again and we hope you will find it interesting.   Why take part? Course is ideal for those who want to get in close contact with peripheral nerve surgical exposure and especially nerve transfer techniques.A unique occasion to work together with skilled colleagues and discuss hands-on.The number of participants is strictly limited, there will be a maximum of 3 colleagues per limb.10 international skilled peripheral nerve surgeons will serve as instructors.Peripheral nerve ultrasound examination by high resolution tools will be shown and discussed.All major exposures and surgical techniques will be demonstrated.A high end operation microscope (Zeiss) and full microsurgical instruments will be available.A unique occasion to work together with skilled colleagues and to discuss hands-on.  We look forward to welcoming you in April in Aachen!   Jörg Bahm MD PhD Course Director   Registration fees Early fees Paid before 14.02.2024 Late fees Paid after 14.02.2024 Regular delegates 1.000 EUR 1.200 EUR Observers 300 EUR 400 EUR   Fees include: Attendance to all scientific sessions & exhibition, program book, coffee breaks, lunches, course dinner WebsiteRegistration  Congress Secretariat Registration Secretariat Event organization, abstracts and program Collecting registration fees, invoicing ASSZISZTENCIA Congress Bureau CongressWorks Llp Szent Istvan krt. 7. 71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden H-1055 Budapest, Hungary London, WC2H 9JQ, United Kingdom

The SBNS Spring Meeting is a Neurosurgical Conference covering all aspects of Neurosurgery with guest lectures, plenary talks, abstract presentations & trade exhibition. The Societa Italiana di Neurochirurgia (SINcH) will be the invited guest society. On Tuesday 16 April there will be a half day Vascular Sub-specialty Meeting run by the British Neurovascular Group. Vascular Surgery will also be the topic of the Life Long Learning Session on Wednesday morning. The rest of the meeting will cover all aspects and subspecialties of neurosurgery.View Meetings Flyer. Social Events - The Welcome Reception, on Wednesday 17 April will be at Dynamic Earth , a world class science centre, and the Gala Dinner on Thursday 17 April will be held at the National Museum of Scotland. All members of the neurosurgical community are welcome to attend and submit an Abstract. Lines close on the 12 December 2023.The registration line opens in January 2024 - full details are on the conference webpage.

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The Gamma Knife Centre in Zagreb, Croatia, began its work in April 2004, after the installation of the first Gamma Knife Unit in the region. To mark the 20 years of Gamma Knife radiosurgery in Croatia we are organizing a special one-day 20th Anniversary Radiosurgical Scientific Symposium in Zagreb. The event will be organized under the auspices of the Department of Neurosurgery University Hospital Centre Zagreb, The Croatian Neurosurgical Society, and The Croatian Skull Base Society.We will be hosting as dear Guests and Invited speakers some of the most renowned and leading experts in radiosurgery from EU, and are guaranteeing a fruitful and enjoyable professional and social gathering.

The BSN Annual Congress is a 1.5 day meeting that hosts international speakers, discussion forums, what's new sessions per subdiscipline and abstract presentations on neurosurgical topics. The target audience are the Belgian neurosurgeons, although everyone is welcome to our event. The event includes a social dinner on April 19 2024.More info in

We are glad to announce that the 2024 EANS Research Course and the Annual EANS Young Neurosurgeons' Meeting will take place in Hamburg from 19-21 April 2024!The 2024 EANS Research Course will take place on 19 April in parallel to 2 workshops organised by the YN Committee for the delegates attending the Meeting.  Abstract submission for the YN Meeting is now open! Click HERE for more info and to submit your abstract and be part of the scientific programme! Do you want to share with us a complex or particularly interesting case?Please, respond to our Call for video and send us your surgical video (5 minutes, 2D or 3D video are accepted) describing the reason for video presentation, case description, positioning and surgical approach, surgical steps, outcome, discussion and conclusions. Best videos will be discussed by the presenting authors with the audience and senior experts during the meeting.Click HERE to submit your video!Abstracts and video submissions' deadline: 30 January 2024. Preliminary Programme and registration will be available as of January 2024.
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