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Irish Neuromuscular Meeting 2007

The next meeting of the Irish Neuromuscular Association will take place on March 2nd and 3rd, 2007, in the Culloden Hotel.  This is Northern Ireland’s premier hotel and an ex-Bishop’s Palace, and is close to Belfast.

The meeting will start after lunch on Friday and go through until lunch on Saturday with a meal on Friday night. There will of course be some interesting speakers but as usual the core of this meeting will be concise presentation of interesting, unusual or illuminating clinical cases by consultants and doctors-in-training in a relaxed informal atmosphere.

So:
• Please put this date in your diary now. 
• Please get your cases polished up now and discuss with your neurogeneticists, clinical neurophysiologists and neuropathologists as necessary.
• Please advise admin@iicn.ie if you will attend, as we need to have a rough idea of the numbers
• Please send the title of your case, authors, institution and contact details to admin@iicn.ie  Cases should be about 15 minutes including 5 minutes for discussion.
• Please make your own booking with the hotel at 04890 393007. The contact person is Jackie Burns, Reservations Manager.  Reservations can also be made by email to res@cull.hastingshotels.com

Directions to Culloden

6 miles east of Belfast city centre on the left hand side of the main Belfast/Bangor Road. From city centre follow M3 east onto the A2. 
Belfast International Airport - 22 miles. Belfast City Airport - 4 miles.
Air connections
Cork – Belfast City Airport www.aerarann.ie
Galway – Belfast City Airport www.flybe.com (M,W, F, Su)

Accommodation

A special accommodation rate on Friday 2nd March at the Culloden hotel has been agreed for the meeting. Rates are per room per night with full Irish breakfast.
£99 Single (normal price £170) £145 Twin/ Double (normal Price £265)
N.B. The special rate will be available for reservations until February 1st. After this date, rates will revert to normal prices.

Further Details

Details of the Guest Speaker and a provisional programme will be circulated in February. I hope to see you in Belfast for what should be an enjoyable and informative meeting.

Dr. Victor Patterson

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