Dr. Nic Dupré of Laval University, Dr. Angela Genge of The Neuro and Dr. Karine Garneau of Université de Montréal and the members of our organizing committee are pleased to announce that the 5th National Neuromuscular Review Course will be held on October 14-15, 2022 at The Neuro. The course will take place in-person and talks will be streamed for those that are unable to be present on site.
Who should attend
The review course is aimed at neurology residents and fellows from across Canada as well as at practicing community neurologists who are interested in a comprehensive review of the current principles and practices dealing with neuromuscular diseases.
Benefits of attending
This comprehensive review course may serve to fulfill part of the preparation requirements for trainees seeking to complete the Royal College Examinations in neurology and in related fields. We believe this program will assist all neurology residents in preparing for their examination. The course will bring community neurologists up to date on neuromuscular diseases so that ultimately they can improve the diagnosis and care of their patients.
The course will present experts who will provide a state-of-the-art overview of topics such as motor neuron diseases, pediatrics, neuropathies, neuromuscular junction diseases and myopathies. The speakers will cover basic clinical concepts from diagnosis to therapeutics, from genomics to immunology. The program will include examination scenarios for those participants wishing to gain experience in examination situations.
Registration is available here at no cost for residents however registration is required in order to attend.
Registration is available here at no cost for residents however required in order to attend. A fee of $250 is applied for neurologists.
Program is available here.
Travel awards for Neurology Residents are available on a first come, first served basis to provide some financial assistance to those traveling from within Canada and who have registered to attend the National Neuromuscular Course Review in Montreal. Residents in PGY 4-5 will be prioritized for travel grants.
A minimum travel distance from Montreal of 250 kilometers is required. Applications must be submitted by August 12, 2022 via this form: Travel award request and only registered applicants will be considered. You will be notified of the status of your application by September 7, 2022.
Award amounts will be based on distance:
For Neurology residents travelling from outside the province of Québec, approved awards will be in the amount of $500.
For Neurology residents travelling from outside of Montreal, but within the province of Québec, approved awards will be in the amount of $300.
Building directions to the de Grandpré Communications Centre:
When entering the main MNI lobby turn left and go to the end of the hallway.
Turn right and pass the first set of elevators on your right.
Go to the second set of elevators that are near the Neurosurgery offices on your right.
Take the elevators down to 2B which is the Brain Imaging Centre.
When exiting the elevators go right then right again past the reception desk.
Go through a set of doors and go down the hall through the second set of doors.
You are now entering the Molson Pavilion. Go down the hall and pass through the third set of doors. You are now entering the Brain Tumour Research Centre.
There are a set of elevators on your left near the third set of doors.
Take the elevators down to 3B which is the bottom floor.
The de Grandpré Communications Centre is on the right side of the elevators when you exit.
Sasha Kelly, Conference and Events Coordinator
Neuro Events, The Neuro, McGill University
neuroevents.mni [at] mcgill.ca
Dr. Nic Dupré
Dr. Angela Genge
Dr. Karine Garneau
Dr. Marie Beaudin