World Federation of Neurology News

13 Feb 2019

German Department Visit Program 2019

The World Federation of Neurology (WFN) and the German Neurological Society (DGN) are pleased to announce a new partnership to invite two colleagues from Africa to visit the Department of Neurology at the University Hospital of the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-University of Frankfurt/Main and the Department of Neurology at the University Hospital (Klinikum rechts der Isar) of the Technical University of Munich.

13 Feb 2019

Montreal Department Visit Program 2019

The World Federation of Neurology (WFN) and the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI), together with the Canadian Neurological Society (CNS), are pleased to announce a new partnership to invite two colleagues from Central and South America to visit the Neurology Department of the Montreal Neurological Institute of McGill University in Quebec, Canada. The visit will take place in September 2019. 

29 Jan 2019

Journal of the Neurological Sciences issue 397 now available

Vol. 397, February 2019 now available

Neurology News

8 Feb 2019

Challenges and opportunities for brain health

Ever wondered how the World Federation of Neurology is working to foster quality neurology and brain health worldwide? William M Carroll and Wolfgang Grisold, of the World Federation of Neurology, discuss what can be done to increase research into neurological disorders and promote better and lasting brain health.

6 Feb 2019

Stroke Alliance for Europe 2019 Joint event with Romanian Presidency of the Council Presidency

The Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE) invites you to attend the event ‘Joining forces to prevent and control non-communicable diseases: The role of policy in tackling stroke’, under the patronage of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, which will take place on 28 March 2019, in Brussels, at the European Committee of the Regions.

6 Feb 2019

NIH study provides answer to long-held debate on blood sugar control after stroke

Primary results show that intensive glucose management did not improve functional outcomes at 90 days after stroke compared to standard glucose therapy. Findings may have immediate impact on clinical practice.