Training Positions For NZ

Trainee Positions At Auckland Hospital

Auckland Hospital
Private Bag 92-024
Auckland
New Zealand
NZ, 1142
New Zealand

Contact Details

Dr Nicholas Child
NChild@adhb.govt.nz
Phone : +64 9 307-4949 extn 25810
www :

Positions

Training Positions : 4
Elective Training Positions :
Fellowships : 1 Clinical or Research Stroke Fellowship, 1 Clinical and Research Epilepsy Fellowship

Core Position Descriptions
Four advanced trainees in neurology will take part with 2 rotating medical registrars (generally advanced trainees in other specialties gaining neurology experience) in a rotation over a year which includes:
- 8 weeks of managing the 10 bed inpatient neurology unit including acute neurological referrals (ward consults and emergency presentations)
- 8 weeks of acute inpatient stroke (12 bed stroke unit and assessing acute referrals including a regional clot retrieval service)
- 16 weeks of closely supervised outpatients in which each patient is reviewed by a consultant
- 8 weeks of full-time neurophysiology which together with weekly clinics is sufficient to gain the level one ANZAN qualification.
- 8 weeks of elective clinics including access to neuroradiology, pediatrics, neurosurgery, rehabilitation, as well as neurological sub specialties including DBS, Epilepsy Surgery, Muscle biopsy, Botox, MS, neurogenetics, neuro-ophthalmology

After hours, trainees take part in a 1:6 on call roster (5 - 10 p.m.) and would be required to cover 2 weeks of medical subspecialty nights in the course of one year.

Rostered time is also allocated for a supervised research project. In addition there is opportunity to participate in active research programs in Stroke, Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, Neurophysiology, Multiple Sclerosis and Neurogenetics.

Elective Position Descriptions

Hospital Information

Auckland City Hospital is New Zealands largest public hospital situated near the centre of Auckland City. The acute hospital serves a local population of ~450 000 but the Neurology Department serves a much wider area covering the whole of the greater Auckland area as well as the area of New Zealand north of Auckland and provides tertiary services to a population of approximately 1.5 million people as well as a specialist epilepsy surgery service to the remainder of New Zealand. Recently the department has taken on a multiregion clot retrieval service with a potential catchment population of 2.7 million.

The Hospital has close links with the University of Auckland which has a world class neuroscience research program in stroke, neurodegeneration and stem cell science.

Department Beds :
12 Inpatient neurology beds including 2 EEG video-telemetry bed and a 15 bed stroke unit

Department Clinics
General neurology clinics. These are seen as a teaching opportunity for advanced trainees who present each patient to the attending Consultant. Advanced trainee would also attend EMG/NCS clinics and read EEGs

Department Specialty Clinics
Neurogenetics, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy, Neuro�phthalmology, Botox

Department Meetings
Weekly registrar seminars. (1 hour)
Weekly neurophysiology tutorials (1 hour)
Weekly department review morning: (4 hours)
- neuroradiology meeting
- journal club
- clinical presentation/patient reviews
- neuroscience update
Weekly Medical Grandrounds

Weekly Epilepsy Surgery meeting
Fortnightly Neurogenetics meeting

Department Staff
Dr Dean Kilfoyle (Clinical Director) - Peripheral Nerve and Stroke
Dr Nicholas Child - Epilepsy, Stroke and Consultant in Charge of Training

Dr Neil Anderson - Paraneoplastic disorders, neoplasia and CNS infection
Prof. Alan Barber - Stroke
Dr Peter Bergin - Epilepsy
Dr Alison Charleston - Motor Neurone Disease
Dr Richard Frith - Neurophysiology
Dr Ros Hill - Headache
Dr David Hutchinson - Muscle Disease
Dr David McAuley - Neuro-ophthalmology, Movement Disorders, DBS
Dr Richard Roxburgh - Neurogenetics
Dr Jennifer Somerfield - Neuroimmunology
Dr Barry Snow - Movement disorders
Dr Elizabeth Walker - Epilepsy
Dr Ernie Willoughby - Multiple Sclerosis
Dr Edward Wong - Stroke
Dr Jennifer Somerfield - Multiple Sclerosis
Dr Mark Simpson - DBS, Movement Disorders
Dr Julian Bauer - Acute neurology
Dr Justin Kao - Neuromuscular and Neurophysiology

Junior Staff Positions In Neurology
4 Advanced Trainees in Neurology 2 Rotating Neurology positions, providing neurology training to (largely) advanced trainees from geriatrics and other medical specialties.

Trainee Responsibilities
The advanced trainee is responsible for the running of the inpatient service including keeping accurate records and furnishing timely discharge summaries; supervises the house physician; and teaches medical students. He or she will assess acute patient referrals and outpatients. All patients will be reviewed by a consultant neurologist as the purpose of this is to provide a learning environment for the registrars.

The advanced trainee is expected to treat patients with respect and appropriate care and be sensitive to social and ethnic issues including the principles of the treaty of Waitangi.

The advanced trainee is expected to read widely, be eager to learn, and to make the most of opportunities that are on offer.

She or he will be expected to her or his turn in presenting at the various in-house teaching sessions; to sit the AAN RITE exam; attend the ANZAN pathology course and the monthly brain school.

The trainee is provided a half day a week to do a research project and will be expected to formulate a plan, and carry it through to publication.

Selection Criteria
We are looking for highly motivated, honest and professional registrars who are eager to learn and put in the work that is required to make the most of the opportunities provided in the Auckland Neurology Department.

Philosophy Of Training
We see these positions as primarily for the training of the registrar. We believe that the neurology service should be largely provided at a consultant level, for this reason most neurology clinical decisions of the trainee will be reviewed by a consultant neurologist.

We aim to provide an excellent learning environment for the registrars to take advantage of. We see this as a partnership and require our registrars to take an active part in their learning.

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PROSPECTIVE TRAINEES ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT DR CHILD AND PREFERABLY VISIT THE DEPARTMENT IN PERSON.

NOTE New Zealand Match dates are earlier than those in Australia



Trainee Positions At Christchurch

Christchurch
Department of Neurology
Christchurch Hospital
Private Bag 4710
Christchurch
NZ, 8140
New Zealand

Contact Details

Dr John N Fink
john.fink@cdhb.govt.nz
Phone : 03 364 0940
www :

Positions

Training Positions : 2
Elective Training Positions : 0
Fellowships : 0

Core Position Descriptions
There are 3 neurology registrar positions in the department, two reserved for advanced trainees. The three registrars rotate through attachments to the Neurology Ward team, the Neurology Acute Team, or the outpatient and consult team. The Ward registrar works under the supervision of the Ward Consultant and attends to day-to-day management of neurology ward patients, with the assistance of the ward house surgeon. The acute registrar is supervised by the acute consultant and is responsible for GP calls, ED referrals including stroke thrombolysis calls. The acute registrar attends three acute neurology clinics weekly. The outpatient/consult registrar attends three morning outpatient clinics weekly and inpatient consultations in the afternoons.

Advanced training registrars have weekly neurophysiology clinics starting with highly supervised teaching clinics at the beginning of their first year of training and progressing to greater independence as their skills increase.

Advanced trainees are provided with regular teaching and supervision of EEG reading.

The educational programme also includes a weekly journal club/educational meeting with a structured focus to cover all of the major subspecialty areas of neurology. There is also a weekly neurology/neurosurgery clinical case presentation meeting, weekly neuroradiology review meeting, weekly ward patient management review meeting and fortnightly neurophysiology review session, alternating between EEG and EMG/NCS.

Subspecialty clinics that are available for the trainee to attend include: TIA/cerebrovascular clinic, Movement disorders clinic, MS clinic, Botox clinic, paediatric neurology.

Elective Position Descriptions

Hospital Information

Christchurch Hospital is one of New Zealand's largest acute and tertiary referral hospitals. It is the only acute hospital for the greater Christchurch city with an acute catchment of approximately 400000 people and serves as a tertiary referral centre to a broader population of the South Island. A full range of hospital services are provided, including cardiothoracic and neurosurgery. Neurology and Neurosurgery share a 28-bed ward. Neurology runs the acute stroke assessment service with routine use of stroke thrombolysis and endovascular clot retrieval when appropriate. The neurology service also admits most "young" stroke patients, the remainder of stroke patients being admitted under General Medicine. All stroke patients are housed in the acute stroke unit, on a separate ward. The neurology ward has a dedicated video-EEG monitoring room and high-dependency unit shared with neurosurgery. The hospital has an on-site 1.5T MRI and acess to the 3T MRI at nearby Van der Veer Institute. 64-slice VCT capabilities include CTA, CT perfusion and 3-plane volumetric CT reconstructions. Carotid Duplex ultrasound is available for ambulatory patients within 24 hours as well as for inpatients. There are 3 interventional neuroradiologists and 3 clinical neuroradiologists. There is a close relationship with the vascular surgery service who provide a Rapid Access Carotid Endarterectomy (RACE) service. The cardiology department provides a transcatheter PFO closure service for appropriate patients. There are 2 paediatric neurologists.

Department Beds :
15

Department Clinics
Trainees attend 2-3 clinics per week

Department Specialty Clinics
cerebrovascular, movement, botox, MS, paediatric, neurophysiology

Department Meetings
Journal club / registrar education meeting - weekly
Neurology/neurosurgery clinical case presentations - weekly
Ward case management review - weekly
Neurophysiology review - fortnightly
Neuroradiology review - weekly

Department Staff
6 Consultants: Prof Anderson; Drs Duncan, Fink, Mason, Reimers, Wu.
3 Registrars
1.5 House officer
3 Neurophysiology technicians

Junior Staff Positions In Neurology
3 Neurology registrars: acute/ward/consult 1 Neurology Ward House-officer 0.5 Neuroscience house-officer (share with neurosurgery)

Trainee Responsibilities
Acute rotation: GP calls, ED referrals, Acute Clinics
Ward rotation: Ward patient management, Supervision of house surgeon, Consultant ward rounds.
Consult rotation: acute, General and subspecialty clinics, ward consults.

Active participation in departmental educational activities.
Clinical teaching sessions for medical students.
Regular neurophysiology clinics.

Selection Criteria
We are looking for energetic trainees who have an enthusiasm for learning. Interpersonal skills, honesty and integrity are highly valued attributes, as well as a diligence in executing patient care responsibilities.

Trainees will be expected to have passed the FRACP written and clinical examinations.

Philosophy Of Training
We value our trainees highly and aim to support them to achieve their goal of becoming excellent consultant neurologists and colleagues. The presentation of patients to consultants by registrars is seen as a key learning opportunity. Ready availability of supervising consultant staff is important to ensure both the best feedback and learning for the trainee and the best care for the patients. Trainees are encouraged to formulate their own provisional diagnosis, investigation and management plans for presentation to their consultant and to follow-up on learning needs identified by these clinical interactions. The advanced training supervisor will assist the trainee to maximise their clinical experience during their appointment, including assistance with the design of rotations through subspecialty clinics. Participation in the monthly ANZAN brain school programme is expected and will add structure to the training. The trainee will be expected to sit the American Academy of Neurology Residency In Training Examination (RITE) to provide themselves with an objective academic appraisal of progress against international standards.

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Other Information
Christchurch not only offers the trainee an excellent clinical and academic experience but also an enviable lifestyle. The 'small city' size and simple geography offers a relaxed family-friendly living environment with affordable housing and easy transportation. The city is flanked by the ocean and hills providing immediate access to a multitude of recreational activites with the bigger mountains only an hour away by car.

Trainee Positions At Dunedin

Dunedin
Dunedin Hospital
Great King St
Dunedin
NZ,
New Zealand

Contact Details

Nick Cutfield
nick.cutfield@southerndhb.govt.nz
Phone :
www :

Positions

Training Positions : 1
Elective Training Positions :
Fellowships :

Core Position Descriptions
The Neurology Registrar has up to four supervised outpatient clinics per week, one with each consultant. They take GP calls and ED referrals in-hours, and are responsible for the ward and day unit inpatients and supervising the house officer.

There is good opportunity to gain experience in NCS/EMG, EEG reporting, and also Botox clinics.

Elective Position Descriptions

Hospital Information

Dunedin Hospital is the main base hospital for Southern DHB, covering the Otago and Southland combined population of 330 000.

Dunedin is home to the Otago Medical School, with consequent academic expertise and research opportunities.

Endovascular clot retrieval for acute stroke is not currently done in SDHB.

Department Beds :

Department Clinics
14

Department Specialty Clinics
4

Department Meetings
Weekly meetings:
Ward meeting / MDTM
Neuroradiology / Neuro-oncology MDM
Seminar (shared with neurosurgery and liaison psychiatry)
Clinical Patient Review 'Round'


In addition to other hospital meetings, there are numerous seminars in neuroscience topics in world-class University departments such as psychology and physiology within a 5 min walk, some of which will be of interest to trainees.

Department Staff
There are 4 consultant neurologists, all with subspecialty interests, and some part time University commitment. All four have had training in overseas neurology centres of excellence such as the Mayo clinic and Queen Square, London.

Dr Nick Cutfield
Dr David Gow
Dr John Mottershead
Dr Alan Wright

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Trainee Responsibilities

Selection Criteria

Philosophy Of Training

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Other Information
Dunedin offers a unique lifestyle in a University town. There are vibrant performing arts, international cafes and restaurants, and the social hub of the Saturday morning farmers market. The fully enclosed stadium attracts concerts.

As well as wildlife reserves within the city limits, such as the albatross colony, there are numerous outdoor recreational opportunities such as cycling, mountain biking, surfing and windsurfing. It is only a few hours drive to the natural beauty of central Otago, including the skifields, bike trails and vineyards of Wanaka and Queenstown.

Trainee Positions At Palmerston North

Palmerston North
Private Bag 11036
Manawatu Mail Centre
Palmerston North
NZ, 4442
New Zealand

Contact Details

Dr P Cariga
pietro.cariga@midcentraldhb.govt.nz
Phone : +64 6 3508623
www : www.midcentraldhb.govt.nz

Positions

Training Positions : 1 (Not available for 2017-18)
Elective Training Positions : 0
Fellowships : 0

Core Position Descriptions
1 FT advanced neurology trainee

Elective Position Descriptions

Hospital Information

Palmerston North Hospital is a teaching hospital associated with both Auckland and Otago medical schools. Located in the city of Palmerston North, it is the main regional centre covering the southern central north island of New Zealand from just north of Wellington reaching up to Taranaki and Gisborme for some specialty services. The general patient catchment area comprises a population of 180,000; this extends to over 300,000 for neurophysiology and over 500,00 for the Regional Cancer Treatment Service.

The Department of Neurology collaborates closely with Wellington and regional meetings occur on a regular basis. We also have very close ties to Wellington Neuro and Vascular surgery.

Department Beds :
6

Department Clinics
in excess of 10

Department Specialty Clinics
TIA - EMG - Dystonic syndromes - Epilepsy

Department Meetings
Neuroradiology and MRI conference
Neurophysiology MDT meeting
Stroke MDT meeting
Neurology Service Meetings
Internal Medicine Grand Round
Postgraduate Medical Society meetings
Journal club

Department Staff
Dr Pietro Cariga
Consultant Neurologist
Neurology Training Supervisor

Dr Ivan Iniesta
Consultant Neurologist
Prevocational Educational Supervisor

Dr Marta Rodriguez
Consultant Neurologist

The department includes:
2.2 FTE Neurology (0.8 Pietro Cariga & Ivan Iniesta, 0.6 Marta Rodriguez)
0.5 FTE house officer
3 PT neurophysiology technicians (total of 1.3 FTE coverage)
1 FT neurology nurse
1 FT secretary/PA
1 FT receptionist
Acute stroke team on site including 0.5 FTE occupational, physio- and speech and language threpists and a FT stroke CNS

Junior Staff Positions In Neurology
1 house officer 0.5 FTE

Trainee Responsibilities
2 neurology clinics/week (initially fully supervised).

2 to 3 (flexible) sessions of inpatient care and inpatient consultations, initially fully supervised by the consultant with progressive levels of independence, including involvement in acute stroke care and early stroke rehab

medical on call rota and weekly rehabilitation ward round

attend weekly internal medicine grand round

protected time to attend weekly postgraduate medical society academic meetings

attend RACP advanced training meetings (videoconferencing facility available)

Sub-special interests in the department include MS (Dr Cariga), epilepsy (Dr Iniesta), transition neurology (Dr Rodriguez), movement disorders (Dr Cariga), neurophysiology (Dr Rodriguez). Dr Cariga has a strong background in medical education from previous positions at Hull York Medical School, UK, and Yorkhire Deanery.
Dr Iniesta was Honorary Clinical Lecturer and Educational Supervisor at The Walton Centre and Liverpool University and is currently Prevocational Educational Supervisor at Palmerston North Hospital

Selection Criteria
We are looking for a highly motivated individual who enjoys active learning and working as team member. We base selection on demonstration of prior excellence and commitment to patient care as well as evidence to support that the individual works well with others and respects team members regardless of duties and station.

Philosophy Of Training
Our hospital and patient volumes provide ample learning opporunities, but at the same time we manage to maintain a relaxed and flexible environment and aim to meet every team member's needs and goals. Registrars are not seen as a worker bee to assist the consultants, but rather as an intellectual stimulant and learning occurs in all directions in our department. The advanced trainee is fully integrated into the team and will be expected to make independent decision with the reassurance of continuous consultant back up whenever needed. Our goal is to train neurologists who are fully capable of independent practice in a wide variety of aspects of neurologic care with a primary focus on solid general neurological skills.

We see completing a core training year at Palmerston North Hospital as an excellent opportunity to prepare a trainee for a practice in a more rural or remote setting without having to rely on tertiary input unless exceptional circumstances arise. The consultants also have a very active research record and contine to pursue these interests alongside their clinical practice. We provide registrars with opportunities to participate in independent projects and welcome and support any of their own ideas whenever feasible.

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Trainee Positions At Waikato

Waikato
Private Bag 3200
Hamilton
NZ, 3240
New Zealand

Contact Details

Dr Christopher Lynch
christopher.lynch@waikatodhb.health.nz
Phone : (+64) 21549778
www :

Positions

Training Positions : 2
Elective Training Positions :
Fellowships :

Core Position Descriptions
The Neurology Advanced Training position is one of two clinical neurology registrar positions in the department. The two registrars alternate through 13-week attachments to either the Neurology In-patient Service or the Clinic & Out-patient Service. The "In-Patient" registrar works under the supervision of the "In-Patient Service" Consultant and attends to day-to-day management of neurology in-patients and in-patient consults, with the assistance of the house surgeon. The "Out-Patient/ Clinic" registrar is directly supervised by the other clinic consultants and carries out approximately 6 outpatient clinics per week. They also take GP calls and support the house surgeon in the lumbar puncture clinic.
The acute stroke thrombolysis service is also run by the neurology inpatient team during normal work hours and after hours by the on call neurologist assisted by the on call medical registrar.
The registrar will participate with the consultants in a roster of regular educational programme commitments, including a weekly journal club, and weekly neurology/neurosurgery clinical presentation meeting & tutorial. Other regular educational meetings include a weekly neuroradiology review meeting, weekly patient management review meeting.
The advanced trainee registrar will be freed from routine clinical duties to attend a weekly neurophysiology clinic and will have the opportunity to perform NCS/EMG and report EEG under appropriate supervision.

Subspecialty clinics that are available for the trainee to attend include: TIA/cerebrovascular, Botox, Parkinsons, Motor Neurone disease and MS.

Elective Position Descriptions

Hospital Information

Waikato is a 600 bed regional tertiary hospital. It offers a comprehgensive range of medical and surgical specialties, including Neurosurgery. Neurology and Neurosurgery share office and outpatient facilities, which results in excellent synergy. Waikato Hospital is affiliated with Aucklnd medical school and the neurology service is involved in teaching 4th & 5th year medical students and Trainee Interns.
Waikato Hospital has a dedicated Stroke Unit with all stroke patients initially housed in the acute stroke unit. Neurology runs the acute stroke thrombolysis service and other stroke patients are usually admitted under general medicine.
The neurology department has video-EEG and EMG/NCS equipment and technical staff. The hospital has an on-site 2x3T MRI and 2x64-slice CT with capabilities including CTA, CT perfusion and 3-plane volumetric CT reconstructions. Timely Carotid Duplex ultrasound is available for both in and out patients. There are 2 interventional neuroradiologists and 3 clinical neuroradiologists. There is a close relationship with the vascular surgery service who provide a Carotid Endarterectomy service. The cardiology department provides a transcatheter PFO closure service for appropriate patients.

Department Beds :
Use depends on need

Department Clinics
Outpatient clinics form a significant part of our work and at any given time up to 6 clinics are running

Department Specialty Clinics
Botox, Parkinsons, MS, Stroke, EEG, EMG

Department Meetings
Neuroradiology review - weekly
Journal club - weekly
Neurology/neurosurgery clinical meeting - weekly
Case management review - weekly

Department Staff
5 Consultants: Drs Asztely, Lynch, Schepel, Phillips & Wright.
2.5 Registrars
1 House officer
2 Nurse Specialists
1 Nurse
1 Research Nurse
2 Neurophysiology technicians

Junior Staff Positions In Neurology
2 Neurology advanced trainees 0.5 Rotating registrar 1 Neurology House-officer

Trainee Responsibilities
GP calls, ED referrals, Ward consults, Ward patient management, Supervision of house surgeon, Consultant ward rounds, General and subspecialty clinics.

Active participation in departmental educational activities.
Clinical teaching sessions for medical students.
Release arranged for Regular neurophysiology clinics.

Selection Criteria
Trainees will be expected to have passed the FRACP written and clinical examinations.

We are looking for energetic trainees who have a dilligent approach to patient care and enthusiasm for learning.
Excellent communication, interpersonal skills and integrity are also essential.

Philosophy Of Training
Our trainees are highly valued, and we aim to support them in this part of the journey to becoming excellent consultant neurologists and colleagues. Case based learning and experiential learning are key components of the training we provide. Traineess are expected to take an active part in clinical case presentations and literature review sessions. Trainees are encouraged to formulate their own provisional diagnosis, investigation and management plans for presentation to their consultant and to follow-up on learning needs identified by these interactions. The advanced training supervisor will assist the trainee to maximise their clinical experience during their appointment, including assistance with the design of rotations through subspecialty clinics. Participation in the monthly ANZAN brain school programme is expected and will add structure to the training. The trainee will be expected to sit the American Academy of Neurology Residency In Training Examination (RITE) to provide themselves with an objective academic appraisal of progress against international standards.

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Other Information
Hamilton not only offers the trainee an excellent clinical and academic experience but also an enviable lifestyle. The 'small city' size and central geography offers a relaxed family-friendly living environment with affordable housing and easy transportation. The city is within easy driving distance of ski fields, water sports, hiking and a multitude of other recreational activites.

Trainee Positions At Wellington

Wellington
Riddiford St Newtown
NZ,
New Zealand

Contact Details

Ian Rosemergy
ian.rosemergy@ccdhb.org.nz
Phone : 043855999
www :

Positions

Training Positions : 3
Elective Training Positions :
Fellowships : Nil

Core Position Descriptions
We have 3 core training positions in Wellington. Trainees have exposure to a broad range of neurology services with a busy and active acute and inpatient neurology and stroke service as well as a well supervised set of out patient clinics.

Over two years in Wellington, trainees could expect to gain a broad set of experience with most aspects of neurological conditions. Trainees will be able to fully participate in and achieve their neurophysiology requirements. The neurology department is able to provide comprehensive support and supervision for trainees.

Elective Position Descriptions

Hospital Information

Wellington is New Zealand’s capital. It is a “foodies” paradise, cultural, art, sport loving harbour city; a place you quickly begin to call home. Wellington has been named the fourth top city in the world to visit and it ranks 3rd in the Mercer quality of living ranking in Oceania; we also think it is a great place to live.

The hospital is a busy tertiary hospital with a broad range of medical and surgical subspecialties. We enjoy a close and positive working relationship with neurosurgery and neuroradiology.

Department Beds :
16 stroke and neurology beds including neuro HDU

Department Clinics
Daily clinics, including neurophysiology

Department Specialty Clinics
Movement disorders, epilepsy, TIA, headache

Department Meetings
Weekly departmental teaching
Weekly clinical review of patient(s)
Neuro immunology
Neuroradiology
Neuro genetics

Department Staff
Dr. Ian Rosemergy (Clinical lead, epilepsy and neurophysiology)
Dr. David Abernethy (muscle and neuromuscular)
Dr. David Bourke (movement disorders)
Dr. Jennifer Taylor (neuroimmunology)
Dr. Maas Mollenhauer (cognitive neurology and neuro rehabilitation)
Dr. Sarah Herdewyn (neuromuscular, MND)
Dr. Anna Ranta (Stroke lead and epilepsy)
Dr. Heidi Pridmore (concussion)
Dr. Desiree Fernandez (Headache)
Dr. Evan Joliffe (neuroimmunology)

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Selection Criteria

Philosophy Of Training

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