Specialty Group Courses

The design, content and management of these courses are the responsibility of the individual specialty groups. You can use the filter to find courses by region, topic or clinical area.

Neonatal Neurology Assessment and Treatment Education (NeoNATE)

27 April 2017

The aim of this 2 day course is to improve neonatal neurological education and therefore improve the diagnosis and management of neonates with neurological disorders.

Specialty groups' course design, content and management are the responsibility of the individual specialty groups.

Paediatric Epilepsy Training Level 3 (2 days)

11 May 2017

PET3 concentrates on epilepsies presenting in mid childhood, older children and adolescents. It follows the format of PET2, with an emphasis on interactive sessions including workshops, debates, video and other quizzes.

And, to really excite you we will be getting our actors out for another session of roleplay. If you haven't ever met a truculent teenager and petulant parent, we can guarantee you will see one or two during that session!

Specialty groups

Paediatric Epilepsy Training Level 2 (2 days)

11 May 2017

This course has been developed to improve practice within childhood epilepsies and is delivered by means of didactic teaching sessions and small workshops.

PET2 concentrates on general aspects of the epilepsies (history taking, differential diagnosis, investigation etc) and on epilepsies encountered in younger children. PET3 concentrate on epilepsies presenting in mid childhood, older children and adolescents.

Specialty groups' course design, content and

BACCH National Trainees’ Study Day

2 June 2017

Fifth annual study aimed at CCH trainees and those interested in CCH – programme of lectures and workshops.

Specialty groups' course design, content and management are the responsibility of the individual specialty groups.

Paediatric Epilepsy Training Level 1 (Reading)

26 June 2017

This is a one-day course, which will be delivered by Consultant Paediatric Neurologists, Consultant Paediatricians with expertise in epilepsy, and a specialist epilepsy nurse. The day will consist of short didactic teaching sessions and interactive workshops.

Specialty groups' course design, content and management are the responsibility of the individual specialty groups. 

Paediatric Epilepsy Training Level 2 (2 days) PET2

29 June 2017

This course has been developed to improve practice within childhood epilepsies and is delivered by means of didactic teaching sessions and small workshops.

PET2 concentrates on general aspects of the epilepsies (history taking, differential diagnosis, investigation etc) and on epilepsies encountered in younger children. PET3 concentrate on epilepsies presenting in mid childhood, older children and adolescents.

Specialty groups' course design, content and

Paediatric Epilepsy Training Level 3 (2 days) PET3

29 June 2017

PET3 concentrates on epilepsies presenting in mid childhood, older children and adolescents. It follows the format of PET2, with an emphasis on interactive sessions including workshops, debates, video and other quizzes and to really excite you we will be getting our actors out for another session of roleplay. 

If you haven't ever met a truculent teenager and petulant parent, I can guarantee you will see one or two during that session!

Specialty groups

Children’s Headache Training (CHaT)

7 July 2017

Children's Headache Training(CHaT) has been designed to improve knowledge and skills amongst health professionals who care for children and young people with headache.

Specialty groups' course design, content and management are the responsibility of the individual specialty groups.

Paediatric Epilepsy Training Level 1 (PET1)

11 September 2017

This is a one-day course, which will be delivered by Consultant Paediatric Neurologists, Consultant Paediatricians with expertise in epilepsy, and a specialist epilepsy nurse. The day will consist of short didactic teaching sessions and interactive workshops.

Specialty groups' course design, content and management are the responsibility of the individual specialty groups.

Paediatric Epilepsy Training Level 2 (2 days) PET2

12 September 2017

This course has been developed to improve practice within childhood epilepsies and is delivered by means of didactic teaching sessions and small workshops.

PET2 concentrates on general aspects of the epilepsies (history taking, differential diagnosis, investigation etc) and on epilepsies encountered in younger children. PET3 concentrate on epilepsies presenting in mid childhood, older children and adolescents. 

Specialty groups' course design, content and

Paediatric Epilepsy Training Level 3 (2 days) PET3

14 September 2017

PET3 concentrates on epilepsies presenting in mid childhood, older children and adolescents. It follows the format of PET2, with an emphasis on interactive sessions including workshops, debates, video and other quizzes and to really excite you we will be getting our actors out for another session of roleplay.

If you haven't ever met a truculent teenager and petulant parent, I can guarantee you will see one or two during that session!

Specialty groups' course

Neonatal Neurology Assessment and Treatment Education (NeoNATE)

12 October 2017

The aim of this course is to improve neonatal neurological education and therefore improve the diagnosis and management of neonates with neurological disorders.

Specialty groups' course design, content and management are the responsibility of the individual specialty groups.

Expert to Expert: Epilepsy

9 November 2017

International Expert to Expert has been designed primarily for paediatric neurologists and others who are seeing children with epilepsy at a tertiary level. This meeting provides an excellent opportunity to listen to international expert lectures and then discuss topics and approaches with your peers in small workshops. This course is for all paediatric neurologists, both those for whom epilepsy is not necessarily their area of sub-speciality expertise and for epilepsy specialists.

Paediatric Epilepsy Training Level 1 (PET1)

28 November 2017

This is a one-day course, which will be delivered by consultant paediatric neurologists, consultant paediatricians with expertise in epilepsy, and a specialist epilepsy nurse. The day will consist of short didactic teaching sessions and interactive workshops.

Specialty groups' course design, content and management are the responsibility of the individual specialty groups.