14th EPNS Congress,

HYBRID: Virtual and Glasgow, UK

28 April until 2 May 2022

It was a blast!


After postponing from 2021 due to the pandemic, EPNS Congress 2022 went ahead as an innovative and inclusive hybrid event, held simultaneously in the vibrant city of Glasgow, UK and on a virtual platform.

Following a survey of EPNS and BPNA members, it was clear there was a substantial desire for the paediatric neurology community to see their colleagues and friends in-person once again. To ensure we continue to support healthcare professionals in our field across the globe, we provided a format which is accessible to all. Our hybrid event featured an in-person event in Glasgow, UK, and a live virtual experience. The EPNS Congress experience provided more possibility for interaction, a rich, top-quality scientific programme, and a smooth digital flow.

Our number one priority in planning the in-person part of EPNS Congress 2022 was the health and safety of our participants, partners, exhibitors, presenters, and staff and Covid-19 rules were followed closely. Over 1000 in-person delegates dusted off their passports and took the opportunity to return to precious face-to-face networking whilst discovering the city of Glasgow and Scotland in late Spring with its numerous sight-seeing and cultural opportunities.

This was a very special Congress for both in-person and virtual participants, allowing us to connect again with friends, colleagues, and industry partners all focused on delivering the best possible care for children with neurological disorders and sharing the latest in science and medicine.

Theme: precision therapies in child neurology looking at networks, systems and technology.

EPNS 2022 Congress’ Book of Abstracts:  now available to EPNS members via the EPNS Moodle

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Visit the congress website https://epns-congress.com/

Highlight Topics

  • Neuromuscular Disease
  • Epilepsy
  • Movement Disorders
  • Cerebral Palsy, Stroke & Acquired Brain Injury
  • Neurogenetics
  • Neuroimmunology
  • Technology & App Fair

Congress Formats

  • Plenary sessions with latest advances
  • “Story of My Career” interviews with renowned child neurologists
  • Symposia
  • Posters & oral presentations
  • Early morning teaching sessions
  • Satellite symposia
  • Mini coffee shop congresses for families

This meeting was been endorsed by the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) https://www.ean.org/ and the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) https://www.ilae.org/about-ilae