HandsOn Courses

EANS Hands-On Courses

The EANS HandsOn Course curricula are designed to provide valuable experience at all levels, whether you're still in your early years of training and want some practice with surgical equipment, or you're a seasoned neurosurgeon looking to brush up on specific approaches or widen your sub specialty knowledge. Taking place at some of the best facilities in Europe, our HandsOn courses are designed to complement your training, particularly if you have attended (or are attending) the EANS Training Courses.

EANS Spinal Step I Course

This two-day course is intended to be the basis for all young neurosurgeons who are interested in developing surgical skills and techniques necessary for operating with confidence and improving patient care in degenerative spine surgery.

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EANS Hands-On Course - Lyon

A winter and summer edition annually, usually taking place in January and June.

Recently qualified neurosurgeons, those still in training, and anyone else looking to refine their skills will learn a great deal from the course.

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EANS Cranial Step II Course

This dissection course is most suitable for neurosurgical residents in their final years of training, complementing the Step I Cranial course in Brno and the HandsOn course in Lyon.

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EANS Microneurosurgery Course

The course will be a complete microvascular experience, and include teaching on all types of anastomoses as well as experimental microsurgery at the Karolinska Institute, by those involved in microsurgical research as well as the big names you might expect, and our sterling EANS faculty.

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EANS Cranial Step I Course

Participants will learn the essential neurosurgical anatomy, the planning of surgical procedures, the handling of basic neurosurgical equipment, and the basic neurosurgical cranial approaches.

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EANS White Matter Dissection Course

The course will be limited to 24 participants. It will focus on the anatomy and function of white matter tracts and their implication in Neurosurgery. This course is co-organized by the iBrain laboratory, INSERM U1253-University of Tours (France).

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EANS Advanced Skull Base Hands-On Course

Participants will be able to learn from the EANS eminent faculty and benefit from the excellent training facilties of the Geneva SFITS (Swiss Foundation for Innovation and Training in Surgery).

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EANS Spinal Step II Course

This dissection course is most suitable for neurosurgical residents in their last years of training as it will focus on the essential neurosurgical anatomy, the planning of surgical procedures, the handling of neurosurgical equipment, and the advanced neurosurgical spinal approaches.

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