The EPNS is delighted to offer FREE 1 hour to 1.5 hour long webinars on topics of key interest to Child Neurologists on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 17:00h CET. Each webinar is broadcast live on Zoom and available for FREE to anyone who would like to register. Don’t worry if you are not available for the live broadcast however because fully paid up EPNS members will be able to access a recording of the full session via the EPNS website after the event.

Date: 11 October 2023

Time: 17:00h Central European Time (e.g. Netherlands). Time Zone Converter: CLICK HERE

Topic: Clinical and investigational approach of a floppy infant

Description: Hypotonia is a frequent clinical manifestation at birth or in early infancy. Some of the conditions causing hypotonia are unfortunately not treatable- but several are. In this context- early diagnosis is key to initiate disease modifying treatments on time
In this lecture- we will review the clinical presentation of several causes of hypotonia- with a specific focus on clinical presentation and treatable conditions

Speaker: Prof Laurent Servais, MD, PhD
Chair: Prof Agnese Suppiej


To registerCLICK HERE

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Registration is free and all are welcome, so please share this invitation with your colleagues! We hope you will join us.

upcoming EPNS free monthly webinars in 2023:

08-Nov-23 A practical approach to the child with abnormal eye movements Agnese Suppiej Dewi Bakker
13-Dec-23 Genetic testing: what a Paediatric Neurologist should know about choosing the right test and interpreting the results Dana Craiu Kathleen Gorman

Registration details will be uploaded one month before each webinar.


Recordings of previous EPNS webinars are available to fully paid up EPNS members.

EPNS members will need their login details to access the Member Only section of the EPNS website, after selecting the ‘click here’ link above, click on ‘EPNS Moodle’ button. 

If you are an EPNS Member and have any questions or you are interested in joining the EPNS, you are very welcome to email