Neonatal Neurology Study Day The study day covers methods of neurological assessment of neonates, such as clinical examination, EEG, cranial ultrasound and MRI, as well as a range of neurological conditions in neonates, such as hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy, neonatal seizures and floppy infants. There will also be a research update session in the field of neonatal neurology.
Who is the study day suitable for? This study day is suitable for anyone who looks after neonates, including paediatric and neonatal consultants, trainees, nurses and therapists.
Study day aims and learning outcomes The study day offers an overview over the field of neonatal neurology, including neurological assessment and different neurological conditions in neonates.
The learning outcomes are:
to have an overview of methods of neurological assessment and important neurological conditions in neonates
to keep up to date with some of the latest research in the field of neonatal neurology.
Course duration One day
Course date and location TBC Parent craft room, Level F, Princess Anne Hospital, Southampton, SO16 6YD
Course fee Free registration for delegates who are part of the network (donation to neonatal neurology charity fund of £20 is encouraged). For delegates outside the network payment to neonatal neurology charity fund of £20 is via cheque to Amanda Binns, neonatal secretary, Level E, MP 105, Princess Anne Hospital, Southampton, SO16 5YA Lunch and refreshments are provided.
Course leader Dr Brigitte Vollmer, associate professor of neonatal and paediatric neurology.