Access CPD and CME via new membership benefit: ebrain

21st Feb 2023

graphic of brain

Membership of the British Neuroscience Association (BNA) now includes access to the world's largest, most comprehensive web-based training resource in clinical neuroscience. Available to all BNA members as part of their membership, ebrain offers 650+ interactive, multimedia-rich lessons,100+ webinars and more, with the option to claim CPD points and certificates to evidence self-directed CME.

All of ebrain's modules and webinars are available anytime and anywhere you need them, so that you can access when it's convenient for you.

Whether you're looking for a refresher on key assessment skills or new ways to keep up with the latest research and treatment options, ebrain will have what you need for your career.

The Joint Neurosciences Council and ebrain

Last year, the BNA was delighted to be accepted as a member of the Joint Neurosciences Council (JNC). 

The JNC is a collaborative group of Societies and Associations within the UK.  Founded in 1978, it became a charity in 2016, and seeks to promote the interest of the clinical neurosciences, act as a forum for joint discussions with health departments, and encourage research and education in the clinical neurosciences.

ebrain lies at the heart of JNC's educational activities. A not-for-profit initiative, it represents the world's most comprehensive web-based training resource in clinical neuroscience. The programme incorporates 650+ interactive, multimedia-rich lessons in 24 modules, along with 100+ webinars, virtual case reports, practice examinations, learning paths and a bibliography. 

ebrain is currently led by Dr Adrian Wills, Mr Nitin Mukerji, and Dr Amit Batla, as well as a multi-disciplinary team of 500+ contributing clinicians acting as expert authors and reviewers, drawn from all areas of the neurosciences, both in the UK and across Europe.


How can I access ebrain? 

Access to ebrain is a BNA membership benefit (if you are not a member, join here!) 

New BNA members are added to ebrain twice a year; if you have joined the BNA very recently, you may need to wait to be added.

You will need a username and password to log in to ebrain. All BNA members will have been sent these directly from JNC/ebrain, and also from the BNA office. If you haven't got your username and password, please do the following:

  • Check your spam folder: look for an email containing the word "ebrain"
  • If you cannot find anything, please contact 


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