Neurology for non-neurologists (6 hours Royal College CPD)

About The Event




This course will provide delegates with an update on neurology with focus on the following areas:


  • Pathophysiology

  • Diagnosis

  • Therapy- pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches

  • Long-term management of disability

  • Prevention

  • Recent research developments

Target audience


  • Hospital physicians

  • Trainee doctors

  • Hospital pharmacists and pharmacy prescribers

  • Community pharmacists and pharmacy prescribers

  • Nurses and nurse prescribers

  • General practitioners

  • Critical care practitioners

  • Community and district nurses



09:00 – 09.15

Arrival and registration


09:15 – 09:20

Welcome and Introduction – Chair – Professor Arshad Majid


09:20 – 10:05

Headache – what’s new? – Dr Marc Randall


10:05 – 10:50

Headache cases – Dr Marc Randall


10:50 – 11:15



11:15 – 12:00

The dizzy patient – Dr Mark Lewis


12:00 – 12:45

Movement disorders for the non-neurologist– Dr Simon Bell


12:45 – 13:40



13:40 – 14:45

Dementia evaluation – Dr Simon Bell


14:45- 15:30

Difficult anticoagulation decisions in stroke – Dr Ali Ali


15:30 – 16:15

Interesting Neurology cases – Professor Arshad Majid


16:15 – 16:30

Evaluation and close

Apr 28, 2018, 8:30 AM
The Wesley Euston Hotel
The Wesley Hotel

81 - 103 - Euston Street



Refunds for delegate fees will be made to 100% the value of purchase if requested up to 4 weeks prior to the course.


Refunds for delegate fees will be made to 50% the value of purchase if requested up to 2 weeks prior to the course.


No refund can be offered if requests are made less than 2 weeks to course dates.


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