EAN-Day at National Neurological Societies’ Meetings
The EAN-Day aims at bringing excellent teaching and special recognition by the EAN to our National Neurological Member Societies (and Corresponding Societies). This day takes place directly prior or after a National Neurological Society meeting and, is a strictly academic educational initiative with financial support from the EAN of up to € 7.500,-.
EAN constantly strives to enhance links to our National Neurological Societies Members. By means of the EAN-Day, we would like to support those European countries that are unable to host the annual EAN congress by bringing EAN/international speakers to a national audience. This new initiative strengthens the EAN’s other study programmes such as Regional Teaching Courses (RTC) and the annual Spring School.
The EAN Head Office is organising the EAN-days together with the local organizer, the Teaching Course sub-Committee chair, Prof. Claudia Sommer and one supporting TCsC member.
The EAN-day has the following profile:
The location is in the same facilities as the National Neurological Society Meeting.
Three plenary sessions will take place in the morning addressing 3 different topics. After a lunch break, there should be rotating workshops on the same 3 topics, case-based video clips or hands-on courses for participants to work and learn in smaller groups. Each of these sessions should last approximately 50 minutes. The language is English.
The EAN-Day support is to pay for travel and accommodation of EAN speakers, for print material, to rent the lecture hall and to pay for catering during the Meeting. Participants have to travel and stay on their own costs.
Promotion for the EAN-Day and the National Meeting will be also announced on the EAN website and on EANpages.