The ERN-RND is a European Reference Network established by the EU to support patients and families affected by rare neurological diseases (RND) which requires much specialised knowledge, treatment, and resources. https://www.ern-rnd.eu/
The 3rd ERN-RND Winter School in collaboration with EPNS is dedicated to rehabilitation issues in patients with symptoms of a rare neurological disease. It is an opportunity for young neurologists/residents who are interested in rare neurological disorders to receive in-depth training from internationally-recognized rare neurological disease experts.
Validated assessment and outcome measures for adults and children are discussed, as well as a variety of (advanced) treatment options for spastic paresis, primary dystonia and ataxia. In hands-on sessions in small groups, different therapeutic techniques will be demonstrated. All participants are invited to contribute to the Winter school programme by submitting an appropriate case. The most meaningful/adapted ones will be attributed to an oral discussion session. This will give the participants the possibility to exchange their ideas and to discuss difficult cases.
Maria Judit Molnar Holm Graessner Coriene Catsman
WP leader for Education & Training Network Coordinator Chair of Education Committee
ERN- RND ERN-RND EPNS
Due to the current COVID-19 situation in Europe, this event will take place online. Registered participants will receive a link to join the event in due course.
Annemieke Buizer, Coriene Catsman-Berrevoets, Rob Forsyth, Deborah Sival, Holm Graessner, Alfons Macaya, Maria Judit Molnar, Martin Srp
If more than 15 EPNS members and 15 affiliated ERN-RND members (total 30) register for the interactive sessions, selection will be based on the candidate’s CV, motivation statement and patient case. This information is requested during the online registration.
If registering only for the presentation part your CV, motivation statement and case are not required.
Free of charge to fully paid up EPNS members and ERN-RND affiliated members.
Applicants will be informed about the outcome of the selection by the end of December 2021.