The European Academy of Neurology has launched a programme of jointly-produced Webinars with several of our partnert societies. 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.

European Reference Networks for Rare Neurological Diseases and Rare Neuromuscular Diseases

The two European Reference Networks (ERNs) for Rare Neurological Diseases and Rare Neuromuscular Diseases (ERN-RND and ERN-EuroNMD) have launched a joint educational program in collaboration with the European Academy of Neurology.

The goal is to share knowledge on rare neurological, movement and neuromuscular disorders and fill the gap in the educational offer in these fields. Our target audience are clinical specialists (neurologists, pediatric neurologists, geneticists), neurology trainees and other paramedical staff involved in patient care.

The webinars will treat different aspects of the disease groups covered in our networks such as clinical features, disease diagnosis and management, use of scales and flowcharts, and possible therapeutic interventions. Topics relevant for adult and pediatric cases will have equal share in the curriculum.

Upcoming Webinars

Insights into growing up in families affected by Huntington’s disease by Siri Kjølaas

Tuesday 28 November 2023 at 15:00 CET

You can register


About the speaker:

Siri Kjølaas, Ph.D. in Psychology, is a counsellor at the Center for rare disorders, Oslo University Hospital, Norway. Her doctoral research focused on understanding the experiences of children and youth who grow up in families affected by Huntington’s disease. Through her work, she leverages psychological frameworks to comprehend and support with the multiple risks—genetic and psychological—faced by this vulnerable group.

European Paediatric Neurology Society

The European Academy of neurology and European Paediatric Neurology Society have launched a joint webinar series in November 2022.

Our goal is to highlight various aspects of childhood neurology, in collaboration with the Scientific Panel on the topic. Our target audience are clinical specialists, general neurologists, and residents.

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