EBC Brain Awareness Week 2024 Event

Attended by Kevin Rostasy, EPNS President, the event was held in the European Parliament in Brussels on 7 March 2024, hosted by Member of European Parliament (MEP) Colm Markey (EPP, IE), bringing together stakeholders in the space, including clinicians, researchers, patients, and additional MEPs and civil servants. Key policy asks were presented by the brain…

EPNS Visiting Teacher update

Last month Professor Dana Craiu, EPNS Chair of the Education & Training committee visited Kyrgyzstan addressing Epilepsy disorders. Welcome to the many new EPNS members from Kyrgyzstan . We are delighted to share this report with you: https://www.epns.info/epns-visiting-teacher-2024-kyrgyzstan/

OneNeurology Meeting Geneva April 2024

EPNS Honorary member, Coriene Catsman-Berrevoets represented EPNS at a Geneva OneNeurology meeting where successful strategies and further actions were discussed for implementation of the objectives of IGAP on epilepsy and other neurological disorders with partnerOneNeurology members and representatives of the WHO Brain Health Unit and the Non Communicable Disease alliance.  A next level action plan was…

EPNS Free Prize Draw 2024

The EPNS is thrilled to offer a free prize draw to give our fully paid EPNS members the chance to win a FREE registration ticket to EPNS Congress 8-12 July 2025 in Munich where you will be part of this unique ABC format to learn, meet and exchange ideas on an international stage https://www.epns.info/epns-free-prize-draw-2024/

EPNS Research Meeting 2024

Abstract submission period CLOSES 30 MARCH 2024 Bursary application period CLOSES 30 MARCH 2024 Ljubljana, Slovenia on 17-18 October 2024.  A forum for researchers in Paediatric Neurology, where experienced professionals and young researchers get together for interactive discussions around the presented topics. Attend 3 Plenary lectures and 2 of the 8 Working Groups Registration will open in…

EPNS Advocating for Child Neurology

The EPNS Advocacy and Collaboration committee has the following aims: Raise the voice of Child Neurology and promote the goals of the EPNS. Advocate at the highest level for the life-course approach to brain health from antenatal influences on brain development, childhood onto later life. Develop fruitful collaborations with related societies