EHMTIC is a premier international event for neurologists, physicians, scientists, researchers, international experts and healthcare professionals with an interest in migraine and headache disorders.
It provides participants the opportunity to gather new scientific evidence and understanding for improving diagnosis and treatment of patients, as well the opportunity to network and build relationships with international colleagues and experts.
The EHMTIC 2016 scientific programme will focus on better understanding migraines, tension-type headaches, trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias and other headache disorders.
Be a part of this dynamic event in Glasgow, 15-18 September 2016
The European Headache and Migraine Trust International Congress (EHMTIC) strives to further education, increase awareness and improve the lives of those afflicted by headache disorders worldwide. It is organised jointly by the European Headache Federation and The Migraine Trust.
EHMTIC is a premier international event for neurologists, physicians, scientists, researchers, and international experts with an interest in migraine and headache disorders.
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Created: Monday, 21 March 2016 07:21
In 2005 Ljubljana hosted the 37th International Danube Symposium For Neurological Sciences And Continuing Education.
A decade is over. The Symposium and ourselves, we all are all ten years wiser and older. What about neurology? Understanding of pathological mechanisms, diagnostic skills, management possibilities and ethical (self)questioning - where are we now, ten years later?
To find answers, or to be left with questions, to reinforce your neuro- optimism or justify a neuro-pessimism, may I warmly invite you to
THE LJUBLJANA DANUBE SYMPOSIUM – TEN YEARS AFTER October 6-8th 2016
Ljubljana, a charming mid-European capital will host the 48th get-together, addressing largely the same topics as discussed in 2005, but from the perspective of a decade later.
Read more: 48TH INTERNATIONAL DANUBE NEUROLOGY SYMPOSIUM