14th European Neurology Society Congress - Precision in Child Neurology

External Event - 28th Apr to 2nd May 2022

Hybrid Conference: Online and Glagow

Welcome to the 14th Congress of the European Paediatric Neurology Society (EPNS) taking place on 28 April – 2 May 2022. We had previously planned for this meeting to take place in June 2021; however, it was postponed due to the Covid19 pandemic. Our Congress in 2022 will be a hybrid event taking place in person at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow, United Kingdom and also on a virtual platform. We hope that as many of you as possible will be able to join us in Glasgow and we are planning an exciting and interactive online experience. We wish our Congress to respect both the needs for face-to-face scientific discourse and the needs of the planet. We will provide delegates with the tools to consider and mitigate the impact on climate change of their attendance.

The EPNS Congress provides an opportunity to learn about the latest developments in the rapidly evolving field of child neurology, including basic science, diagnostic methods, and novel treatments. You can network with colleagues and industry partners all focused on delivering the best possible care for children with neurological disorders.

The Congress will take place in the welcoming, vibrant city of Glasgow, which is well served by rail and air.

We look forward to seeing you in Glasgow and online!

Reasons to attend

  • Bring home the latest updates on developing technologies, clinical applications and practical solutions.

  • Educate yourself as you earn CME Credits maintain or achieve certification.

  • Swap ideas, share problems, discover solutions with international peers. You’ll create a network you can rely on long after the congress ends.

  • Recharge your batteries and return to your workplace brimming with innovative ideas and suggestions for improvements.

  • Evaluate which products will be best for your organization, as lots of exhibitors showcase their products and services.


Preliminary Programme PDF

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