IICN Meetings

Registrar's Prize in Clinical Neuroscience 2017

RDS Ext 300

The 2017 Registrar's Prize in Clinical Neuroscience will be directed by Dr. John McHugh, Consultant Paediatric Clinical Neurophysiologist, Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin. The Prize Meeting will take place on Friday 10th November at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS), Dublin 4. The Registrar's Prize meeting presents outstanding original research and case reports by Registrars and Specialist Registrars in clinical neuroscience in Ireland.


Dr. John McHugh

  Director's Invitation

"The annual IICN Registrar's Prize Meeting is a highlight of the academic calendar in Irish Neurosciences. Each year it showcases the strength and depth of clinical and academic research carried out in Ireland by registrars and SpRs in Neurology and Neurosurgery, as well as Neuropathology, Neuro-rehabilitation, Clinical Neurophysiology and Paediatric Neurology.
The meeting is an opportunity for Registrars to platform their work to their peers and Consultants as well a chance to compete for the prestigious prize for best original research and best case report. The event is always richly informative and application will be made for CME accreditation. We are grateful to our sponsors, Biogen Idec, for their kind support of this meeting. This year we look forward to a high volume of participation from all branches of the Clinical Neurosciences, to enhance the day. We hope that the occasion will also be a memorable social opportunity at a nice time in the academic year."       


Presentations will be in two categories:
I. Original Research
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 Call for abstracts

Abstract submission is now closed for the Registrar's Prize Meeting 2017


The meeting will open with registration and coffee at 08.30, Lunch will be from 12.30 - 13.30 and the presentation of prizes will be at approx 16.30. The meeting will close at 16.45
Please click the link to follow to view the complete scientific programme RP 2017 Programme

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  Continuing Medical Education

Application will be made for Continuing Medical Educationaccreditation when the programme is finalised.

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To register for the meeting please email your name, institution, position and any dietary preference to info@iicn.ie

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   Venue and Directions

Please click the link to follow for directions to the RDS How to get to the RDS
Enter the RDS from the Merrion Road entrance and access to the Minerva room is adjacent to the Main Hall Entrance
Public Transport
The Merrion road entranct to the RDS is serviced by bus routes numbers: 27X, 4, 45, 4A, 5, 7, 7A, 8, 18
The closest DART (local Dublin Rail) station (approx. 5 minute walk) to the RDS is Sandymount.
From the Sandymount Dart Station: Follow the Exit signs and turn right onto Sandymount Avenue. Continue until you reach the traffic lights (Bewley’s Hotel and the Four Seasons Hotel will be directly in front of you). Turn right onto Merrion Road and the RDS Main Complex is situated on the left hand side (Merrion Road).
Car Parking
Car parking is available for delegates at the RDS at a charge of €7 per day. The car park is open from 07.30 – 18.00

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  Sponsor Acknowledgement

The IICN appreciates the support of Biogen Ireland in providing sponsorship for this Meeting

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