It was my delight to welcome so many delegates to our 10th EPNS Congress in Brussels. For those of you who attended I am sure you will agree it was a great success and a fantastic opportunity to network with colleagues from around the world. Feedback has been excellent and the scientific programme was both clinically relevant and stimulating. I would like to sincerely thank everybody involved. The local organising committee, together with the EPNS scientific committee delivered the best of the best at this meeting. Thank you.
Not to mention there was also an opportunity for attendees to enjoy the delights of the beautiful city of Brussels! The Congress confirmed to me that the EPNS is a thriving and growing society and plays highly important role in Europe and beyond in its aim to promote clinical care and scientific research in the field of paediatric neurology.
For those of you who were unable to attend the Congress, I thought you might like to see a copy of the Abstract book for your perusal. Plans are already in the pipeline for the 11th Congress which will be taking place in Vienna, Austria, 27-30 May 2015, and I am sure this will at least match, if not better, the quality of our meeting last month, so remember to mark the date in your 2015 diary!
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Lieven Lagae, President EPNS