As part of Brain Infections Global (An NIHR Global Health Research Group on Improving the Management of Acute Brain Infections) we have been establishing the highly successful NeuroID Course internationally. The Neurological Infectious Diseases Course is an internationally renowned 2-day CPD course aimed at clinicians of all grades (including medical students) working in Adult and Paediatric Neurology, Infectious Diseases, Acute Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Medical Microbiology who want to update their knowledge and improve their skills. The course aims to cover all the common and important neurological infections, as well some rarer conditions, with the emphasis very much on practical approaches to the problems encountered on wards and in outpatients clinics.
The University of Liverpool's NeuroID course took place overseas for the second time on 13th & 14th January with a very successful edition held in Malawi at the Malawi-Liverpool Wellcome Trust in Blantyre, attended by over 100 specialists in Neurological Infectious Diseases from across Malawi.
The 2-day course was hosted by Prof Tom Solomon of Liverpool University and Dr Jen Cornick of MLW. We were delighted to have key speakers such as Dr Sam Kampondeni, a radiologist from Malawi and Dr Karl Seydel of Michigan State University currently based in Blantyre. There were also presentations from our BIGlobal participants inlcuding Dr V Ravi of NIMHANS, India; Dr Camila Pimentel from Brazil; Dr Benedict Michael from the UK and Dr Mac Mallewa from Malawi. View the 2020 Programme International (Malawi).
The University of Liverpool’s NeuroID course took place overseas for the very first time on 11th & 12th July 2019 in India at the Christian Medical College, Vellore.
The 2-day course was hosted by Prof Tom Solomon of the University of Liverpool and Prof Priscilla Rupali of the Christian Medicine College. There were also presentations from our Brain Infections Global participants including Prof V Ravi of NIMHANS, India; Dr Lucia Brito from Brazil; Dr Christopher Parry and Dr Benedict Michael from the UK; and Dr Mac Mallewa from Malawi. Over 100 budding specialists in Neurological Infectious Diseases attended the course. View the 2019 Programme International (India).