The World Federation of Neuroscience Nurses, in collaboration with the Australasian Neuroscience Nurses Association and Royal North Shore Hospital are proud to present the Sydney Neuroscience Symposium to be held Friday 22nd February, 2019 in the Kolling Auditorium, Royal North Shore Hospital, St Leonards, NSW. The Symposium offers a unique opportunity for practitioner, policy makers and administrators to focus on scientific research, professional development and clinical practice while networking with colleagues and leaders in the field. The Symposium will welcome clinicians, managers, nurses, physicians, pharmacologists, occupational thera- pists, physiotherapists and educators working in Neuroscience, including areas such as Neurology; Neurosur- gery; Neuro Intensive Care; Epilepsy; Geriatrics; Pain Management; Movement Disorders; Neuro Trauma; Neuro Oncology; Neurophysiology; Neuro Rehabilitation; Parkinson’s Disease; Paediatrics; Spine Services; Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury. Attendees represent all levels of care from the bedside nurse to advanced practice nurses that direct care.
The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN) and the Peter O'Donnell Jr Brain Institute will host the 3rd Annual International Research Symposium in Dallas Texas, USA. The symposium will highlight nurse researchers and world leaders from across the globe. The symposium will cover the research spectrum and include 1. Planned proposals and ideas 2. Works in progress 3. Works in data analysis or manuscript preparation phase 4. Completed research studies We will be sending out a call for poster abstracts (we hope you keep this in mind for students and trainees with research work in neuro). Just as the symposium covers works in progress and completed works, posters will be allowed to include WIPs and Completed studies.
The EANN and BANN welcome abstract submissions on any aspect of neuroscience nursing or related subjects to advance nursing care, management, research or education. In order to plan the programme the abstract will be allocated to one of the followings topic areas: Neurology Neurosurgery Neuro-Rehabilitation Neurocritical care Neuro Paediatrics Neuro-Oncology Neuro radiology Neuro vascular Neuro trauma and emergency care Spinal Education and training Quality improvement projects Abstracts may focus on research or clinical studies, literature review, case studies or practice development.
"Create - Imagine - Inspire - Discover" Please join us for the 13th Quadrennial Congress of the World Federation Neuroscience Nurses to be held in Darwin, Australia. It will prove to be an event to remember in Australia's "*Top End- a place like no other.*" - Abstracts Open: 1st April, 2020 - Abstracts Close: 1st November, 2020 - Authors Notified: 30th November, 2020 - Registration Opens: December, 2020