Case Presentation Submissions
Registered participants will be invited to SUBMIT case presentations and instructions on how to do so will be sent by email. It is not mandatory to submit a case presentation unless you are in receipt of a bursary award. Presentations MUST NOT include patient information/pictures without the appropriate consent. Only one presentation can be sent per participant per 2-day course. Selection of successful cases will be completed by the moderators who will also decide when and where the case presentations will take place. Candidates will be notified by email about the outcome of their submission after the closing date. Successful candidates will be given more information about when their presentation will take place after they have received the outcome of their submission.
Case Presentations for Acute Neurology Course: 26-27 February 2024
- Cases must be submitted as a PowerPoint presentation with a maximum 6 PowerPoint slides (including title slide):
- Slide 1: Title slide: Case Name, Doctor’s name, Doctor’s Hospital, location, and country.
- Slides 2 to 6: give details of the story
- Minimum font size 28
- Only 7 lines
- Black on white
- Penultimate slide with differential thoughts, discussion points
- Last slide brief summary
- Both solved and unsolved cases are welcome
Only EEG-short case presentations are invited
- EEG should be saved in a denominated format, preferably EDF, but also EEG-to-Go or Export viewer files are good options
- To support your EEG file, please also provide a short (half page) description of the case with motivation – why did you choose the EEG – what will be the learning objective of that case?
- Registered delegates will be sent a link to upload their EEG-short case presentation by email
- The EPNS Education and Training commission will select the EEG cases to be discussed during the course .The selected EEGs will be made available to all participants 1 month before the course in order everybody to look over and make an impression
- During the course, selected EEGs will be discussed together during breakout rooms (the discussion will start from the EEG) and you have to also offer information about the case to close up the reading