EANS Webinars

EANS Webinars

The IM Committee, together with the EANS Webinar Working Group and the EANS Office Team are proud to present the EANS Webinar Series. Make sure to visit the webpage often for announcements of the upcoming webinars which will be launched always on Wednesdays at 5 pm CET.


OUR UPCOMING WEBINARS

If you are an Individual Member of EANS and you have an outstanding idea for a virtual discussion, contact one of the relevant Section Chairs and propose a webinar topic.

Couldn't make it to the live event? All webinars will be available on the EANS website shortly after the broadcast.

Who needs a shunt, who needs revisions: CSF dynamics perspective

Hydrocephalus is far more complex than CSF circulation failure, however, since CSF dynamics is in most of cases clearly disturbed, it should be assessed before any surgical intervention (shunting, ETV, shunt revision) is made. Join us in the discussion!

Register here free of charge. Don't wait - the number of registrations is limited!

Live stream will be available via our Facebook and Youtube. Click below to connect.

Management and Surgical Treatment of Vestibular Schwannoma

Treatment practices for VS in an interdisciplinary skull base center. Join us in the discussion!


Register here free of charge. Don't wait - the number of registrations is limited!

Live stream will be available via our Facebook and Youtube. Click below to connect.

Neurological manifestations of the Covid-19 pandemic: Neurotrauma considerations & neurosurgical management

What has changed during the pandemics and where will we be after?
Join the EANS Webinar organised by the EANS Trauma Section which will be held on 30 September 2020 at 17.00 CET. Registration will open on 23 September

Click here to view the flyer!

Live stream will be available via our Facebook and Youtube. Click below to connect.

OUR PAST WEBINARS

We will post our past webinars here shortly!



Propose a Webinar Topic!

If you are an Individual Member of EANS and you have an outstanding idea for a virtual discussion, contact one of the relevant Section Chairs and propose a webinar topic.