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  • UCL MBA Health:

    • UCL
    • United Kingdom, England, London

    UCL MBA Health: 12 Months (FT) or 24 Months (PT). Starting in September 2024. Scholarships available.   Advance your ambitions and career in health leadership with our MBA...

  • Neurosurgery High Speed Drill Course – 5 July 2024 (face to face

    • St George's University of London

    This one day interactive course aims to build understanding and provide hands-on experience of High Speed Drills. The candidates will learn the basic skills and techniques for h...

  • Acute Neurology – 7 June 2024 (face to face)

    • St George's University of London
    • United Kingdom, England, London

    Acute Neurology – 7 June 2024 (face to face)                      This Acute Neurology Masterclass aims to provide an overview of the management of common and emergency neuro...

  • The Comorbidities of Epilepsy – 21 June 2024 (face to face OR online)

    • St George's University of London
    • United Kingdom, England, London

    Epilepsy is one of the most common, chronic neurological condition in the UK. The course aims to provide a basic grounding in the epidemiology, nature, diagnosis and treatment o...

  • Traumatic Brain Injury – 12 June 2024 (face to face OR online)

    • St George's University of London
    • United Kingdom, England, London

    Traumatic Brain Injury – 12 June 2024 (face to face OR online) Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a very important aspect of medical education and is often not taught specifical...