The application will be open from 01 December 2023 until 31 January 2024.
Dedicated to clinical neurologists in training who did not yet complete their residency/ clinical speciality training
who wish to boost their knowledge and to get the chance to enable personal contacts among participants and faculty members.
Faculty members will present examples of the optimal organisation of neurological care, neurological services and postgraduate education throughout Europe, in the form of plenary sessions in the morning and afternoon workshops for smaller groups, to amplify the learned content from the morning.
Organisers: EAN Teaching Course sub-Committee
EAN Office: Kathrin Jehle, grants(at)ean.org
ARRIVAL: Wednesday, May 22, 2024
SCHOOL: Thursday-Saturday: The lectures are scheduled for the three consecutive days. Participation in the entire event is mandatory.
DEPARTURE: Sunday morning, May 26, 2024
CAPACITY: up to 120 participants (40 per afternoon course to guarantee case-based workshop)
Accommodation, tuition, board and programme are covered by EAN. Participants pay for their travel only.
All participants will receive a certificate after having finished the course.
Nature Hotel Steinschaler Doerfl
The Doerfl is about 2 hours south-west of Vienna. With the location 750m above sea level,
it is also mostly above the fog with a splendid view into the valley.
- RRFS member working in EAN Member countries with more than 2 years of clinical (residency) training in neurology at the time of the event
- RRFS member working in Corresponding Institutional Member countries (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Mauretania, Morocco, Nepal, Palestine, Tunisia, Syria) or in low and lower-middle income countries from sub-Saharan Africa
- Full member working in EAN Member/ Corresponding Institutional Member countries up to a maximum of 5 years after their latest degree in neurology
- Application for 4 travel grants (each up to € 500) is possible for members of low, lower-middle and upper-middle income countries. A short letter of intent, why the person wants to participate including why the travel grant is needed.
- Previous awardees might apply again, but will be placed on the waiting list to give new applicants a chance.
Please be aware that you must have an active RRFS or Full membership in order to apply for the Spring School. Approval of your membership may take up to 10 working days and we advise that you submit your complete membership application at least 3 weeks before the deadline for applications for this event.
Application is open between 1 December 2022 and 7 February 2023.
All application information must be submitted via the online application.
Additional document: Proof of 2 year neurology experience/eligibility (can be from programme supervisor, programme director or current employer).
PRESENT YOUR CASE REPORT
We invite you to present your case report related to Spring School topics.
Please complete the abstract-textbox within the online application (up to 250 words) including the statement why the case is important and clinically relevant.
Up to 6 case reports will be selected for a 10-minute presentation during the scientific dinner.
The three best presentations will be selected by the faculty, awarded and later announced in EANpages.