EAN Webinars

The European Academy of Neurology has launched an independent programme of EAN-produced Webinars for the year 2021. The Webinars are held by European experts in neurology for registered EAN members. Please look for announcements here or follow us on our Social Media accounts to keep up-to-date.

Glioma: State of the art

May 3, 2022 18:00-19:30 (CEST)

Chair:
Dr. Anette Storstein

Speaker:
Prof. M J van den Bent
Dr. Patrick Roth

The registration link is only visible to EAN members.

Please make sure to log into your myEAN account to gain access to registration.

ICH treatment – are we too slow?

May 31, 2022 18:00-19:30 (CEST)

Chair:
Prof. Simon Jung

Speakers:
Dr. Ashkan Shoamanesh
Prof. Karin Klijn
Dr. David Seiffge

Learning Objectives:

“Time is brain” is the credo of ischemic stroke treatment but there is emerging evidence that this applies also for treatment of intracerebral haemorrhage. Several trials assessed different medical and surgical interventions to improve outcome in patients with intracerebral haemorrhage but results are heterogeneous.

In this webinar, we will present the current evidence for acute medical and surgical treatment of intracerebral haemorrhage along with treatment metrics in clinical trials. We will further discuss uptake and translation of trial results in clinical practice together with real-world treatment metrics and the influence of dedicated care bundles for patients with intracerebral haemorrhage

The registration link is only visible to EAN members.

Please make sure to log into your myEAN account to gain access to registration.

Terms and Conditions:

The Webinars are held by European experts in neurology for registered EAN individual members. As EAN active membership is a prerequisite, the EAN application process has to be finalized or the membership for the current year has to be renewed until a week before the Webinar. The deadline for registration for the EAN Webinar is one week prior to the Webinar. The webinars will be held via a live video tool, questions can be asked by writing them in the comments sections during the lecture and some of them will be answered by the speaker. After the Webinar, participants will be asked to give feedback to further improve future Webinars.

Do you have any questions? Contact eLearning(at)ean.org
Future Webinars will be announced here and on our Social Media.