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European Neuro Convention 2020

European Neuro Convention 2020 Events

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Following the success of 2019, The Brain Charity is delighted to have been invited back to the European Neuro Convention this year. The 2020 event will be held at the Birmingham NEC on the 9th and 10th November. This is an accessible event that’s open to all, not just medical professionals! With a special focus on rehabilitation, diagnostics, brain stimulation and mental health, this promises to be an interesting and informative event.

There will be over 150 seminars delivered by a wide range of experts with specialist knowledge in their field. Cutting edge research lectures, live demonstrations and free training in expert led master-classes are some of the things to be enjoyed. Building on the success of last year, the 2020 European Neuro Convention will join forces with Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo and Home Care Expo. The aim is to focus on the importance of care pathways and rehabilitation within the clinical environment and in local communities. It is clear that more of this kind of support is vital.

At last year's event two of our own trustees, Professor Gus Baker and Dr Nicholas Silver, delivered engaging seminars as two of the keynote speakers. Amongst others, the 2020 event will welcome keynote speakers Dr Angus Graham, with his talk on Neuro Rehabilitation, along with Dr Anita Rose and her talk on Mental Health and Brain Injury. Workshops run by the University of Plymouth also promise to be an exciting feature.

More information on speakers and activities can be found on the website below.

The event is completely free to attend and open to all.

To book your place, please go to: www.neuroconvention.com