This event will highlight new issues and challenges presented to clinicians in the management and diagnosis of HIV disease. Current concepts and multiple HIV neurology challenges will be covered by renowned experts.
- Date and time Thu 23 Apr 2020 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Clinical Neurosciences
This event will highlight the lack of good clinical neurology and neurosurgery facilities in areas of Africa and Asia. Experienced speakers in this field will address how these issues can be remedied by developing educational facilities locally and with international collaboration. Speakers will also address methods of developing research projects in these areas of the world.
This is a unique topic that has not been covered before at the RSM or in the neurological community in the UK.
- Recognising the requirements in resource poor settings
- How to develop research methods and overcoming obstacles
- What are the benefits of educational facilities locally and globally
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