Neurological Department Visits

WFN Neurological Department Visits

The department visit programmes are made possible through cooperation between the WFN and national neurological societies, to invite colleagues, from Africa or Central and South America, to visit the Neurology Department of another country for 4 - 6 weeks, in order to cultivate their experience of national neurological systems in an international environment, meet new colleagues and foster future cooperation between the countries, universities, hospitals and departments.

 

Department visit programs

The German Neurological Association

2nd Department Visit Programme 2017

The German Neurological Society supports the African initiative of the WFN by inviting two African colleagues to visit the Department of Neurology in the St. Josef-Hospital in Bochum (University Clinic of the Ruhr University) and the Department of Neurology at the Hospital of the University of Cologne for a duration of four weeks.


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The Norwegian Neurological Association

Department Visit Programme 2017

The NNA support the African initiative of the WFN by inviting two African colleagues to visit the Haukeland University Hospital for the duration of four weeks.


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Turkish Society of Neurology

3rd Department Visit Programme 2016

The Turkish Neurological Society supports the African initiative of the WFN by inviting three African colleagues to visit the Departments of Neurology of Istanbul University, Gazi University, and Selcuk University for a duration of four weeks.


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Past years

Montreal Neurological Institute and Canadian Neurological Society

Department Visit Programme 2016

The MNI and CNS would like to support the Central and South American initiative of the WFN by inviting two neurology trainees or junior faculty who are within five years of certification in neurology to visit the MNI for a duration of four weeks.


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Austrian Neurological Society

Department Visit Programme 2014/15

The ANS would like to support the African Initiative of the WFN by inviting two African colleagues to visit the Neurology Department of the Medical University of Vienna and Innsbruck Medical University for a duration of four weeks.

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