EEG in the First Year of Life (2019)
-- from newborn to toddler
Clare College in Cambridge, UK
25 - 28 March 2019
48 international delegates attended from 26 different countries.
3 ½ day residential EEG course with an emphasis on interactive, hands-on experience. The content covers normal aturational aspects, abnormal EEG patterns and graphoelements in neonates and infants as well as the range of seizures and epilepsies encountered in day to day practice in the first year of life. It consists of lectures and practical workshops during which EEG examples will be reviewed by participants in small groups under the supervision of a faculty tutor.
The course is targeted at pediatric neurologists, clinical neurophysiologists, pediatricians and neonatologist who deal with neonates and infants with seizures or epilepsy. It is limited to 48 participants, so early booking is strongly recommended. Basic EEG knowledge is a requirement for the course and applicants will be selected on the basis of their CVs.
The course is organized under the auspice of the ILAE.
A limited number of bursaries are available on request.
Louise Jones, Institute of Child Health, email@example.com
- Dr Ronit Pressler, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK
- Dr Monika Eisermann, Hôpital Necker Enfants Malades, Paris, France
- Prof Geraldine Boylan, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland
- Dr Stewart Boyd, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, UK
- Prof Alexandre Datta, Basel Children’s Hospital, Basel, Switzerland
- Dr Sushma Goyal, Evelina London Children’s Hospital, London, UK
- Dr M Angeles Pérez Jiménez, Hospital Infantil Niño Jesús, Barcelona, Spain
- Dr Perrine Plouin, Hôpital Necker Enfants Malades, Paris, France
- Prof David Rowitch, University of Cambridge, UK
- Dr Nicola Specchio, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Rome, Italy
- Prof Fabrice Wallois, CHU Amiens, INSERM U1105, France
- Technical aspects, challenges and pitfalls
- Normal EEG in newborns and infants
- Abnormal EEG in newborns and infants
- Brain injury of prematurity and prediction of outcome
- Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy
- Neonatal seizures - EEG, semiology and classification
- Early onset epileptic encephalopathies
- Hypsarrhythmia and epileptic spasms
- EEG abnormalities in inborn error of metabolism and genetic disorders
- Benign epilepsy syndromes in the first 2 years of life
- Non-epileptic events in infancy
Early fee $1.147.00 USD (until 31.12.2018)
Standard fee $1,367.00 USD (from 01.01.2019)
Includes accommodation at Clare College (3 nights), full board (one free evening), Gala dinner on the last evening and access to all the educational activities (lectures, tutorials, case discussions and USB with course material). Extra night 24-25 March is $104.
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