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The Oxford Neurology Course is about much more than CME points. Active audience participation, refreshments on the lawn with networking and a dinner in College, are all part of the memorable experience we want to offer our delegates. Even in the best case scenarios this is not going to be deliverable this Summer and so we will be postponing again to early Summer 2022 (confirmed dates 29 June to 1 July 2022).

The Oxford Neurology Course was successfully launched in 2010 and is now an annual event aimed at neurology trainees and consultants.

The course covers a wide range of neurological topics. Talks will cover practical issues as well as cutting-edge neuroscience, and include the popular 'Best of Oxford's Grand Round Archives'. Speakers are invited who are established experts in their field and always with the aim of promoting lively discussion. Attendees get to soak up the atmosphere of Oxford in Summer, living and dining formally one evening in College.

The 11th Oxford Neurology Course will now take place from the 29 June to 1 July 2022 at St Anne's College, Oxford. 

The College Dinner will be held at Wadham College on the 30 June 2022.

Applying for CPD points

Course Programme to follow

Accommodation

We reserve a limited number of single ensuite rooms at St Anne's College. These are available as an additional extra when booking, on a first come, first served basis.

See alternative accommodation options

See alternative college accommodation 

For maps and directions, visit the University of Oxford travel page.

Booking

Book a place on the Oxford Neurology Course

Oxford Regional Consultants booking

Oxford Deanery Neurology Trainees booking

 

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