5th Dianalund Summer School on EEG and Epilepsy
Danish Epilepsy Centre in Dianalund, Denmark
16 - 23 July 2022
ILAE Curriculum Learning Objectives addressed by this course
5th Dianalund Summer School on EEG and Epilepsy course evaluation
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DSSEE is an advanced course on EEG and its application in the field of epilepsy. The course is practically-oriented, with many hands-on sessions, and it is highly interactive.
The main idea of the course is to bridge the gap between epileptologists and neurophysiologists. Therefore, topics both in the realm of signal analysis and topics related to seizure semiology and clinical significance of EEG findings will be covered.
The theoretical presentations (in the morning) will be supplemented by EEG-reading sessions, where the participants will be guided through video-EEG samples by the tutors. The last day of the course will be dedicated to discussion of difficult cases brought by the participants.
The course is limited to a maximum of 20 participants. The applicants are expected to have a solid theoretical and practical knowledge of EEG (at least 1 year training in EEG). Alumni of VIREPA-EEG courses will have priority.
Registration fee: 1100 Euros. The registration fee includes: access to the course, accommodation at the Danish Epilepsy Centre in single rooms with own bathroom, full board and coffee breaks, course materials.
A very limited number of bursaries are available, though with a self-contribution of 100 Euros for each bursary recipient.
A limited number of shared-bursaries are available: self-contribution of 600 Euros for each shared-bursary recipient.
To register, please send application form, short CV (including list of publications) and a recommendation letter to email@example.com by 31 March 2022.
Course director: Sandor Beniczky
Walter van Emde Boas
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