The Dizziness Course

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Dizziness: Dilemmas, Diagnosis and Developments

A four-day instructional course aimed for physicians, surgeons, scientists, physiotherapists and other allied health professionals who evaluate, diagnose and manage patients with dizziness and/or imbalance. The course is run by an international, multidisciplinary faculty, which includes both highly experienced clinicians and researchers.

Some of the keynote speakers are Profs Linda Luxon, Adolfo Bronstein, Carey Balaban, Sue Whitney and Sylvete Wiener Vacher.

The course consists of instructional sessions as well as a practical workshop and a case studies session. This year's topic is focused on Dizziness: Dilemmas, Diagnosis and Developments across the age spectrum (children to older adults).


Date: Tuesday 23rd to Friday 26th June 2015

Course organisers: Dr Doris-Eva Bamiou, Dr Rosalyn Davies, Professor Linda M Luxon.

Faculty: International, multidisciplinary, clinicians and researchers

Attendance fee: Consultants (Medical/Non Medical): single day £150, 4 days £500. All others: single day £100, 4 days £320.

Venue: Kennedy Lecture Theatre, Institute of Child Health, London UK

Teaching level: Intermediate to advanced. The course will be best suited to those who have an initial understanding of the vestibular field and will serve as an update and refresher course to those with an advanced knowledge of the vestibular field.

Contact email: thedizzinesscourse@uclh.nhs.uk

Contact phone: +44 (0)20 3448 3275

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