Thursday 9th & Friday 10th June 2016

Surgeons’ Hall

Nicolson Street

Edinburgh EH8 9DW



An informal 2-day meeting, packed with presentations from reputable experts, hands-on workshops, interesting case studies and discussion, with the aim of promoting excellence in Neurophysiology in the UK through the sharing of knowledge and best practice.

Target Group

  • Neuromonitoring UK members
  • Beginner and advanced professionals working in the field of Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring
  • Associated professionals or anyone with an interest in the area

Learning Methods

  • Presentations
  • Instrumentation demonstrations
  • Lab-based anatomy workshops
  • Case studies
  • Discussion
  • Opportunity to visit The History of Surgery Museum

Full programme to be confirmed. Check back for updates!


Learning Outcomes

  • Encourage and promote excellence in Neurophysiology to support the delivery of the best care for patients
  • Provide a forum for discussion and exchange of techniques and ideas relating to Neurophysiology
  • Provide a source of advice and support for Neurophysiology professionals


NM UK subscribers – £100

Non-subscribers – £120 (this will include 2015/16 subscription to NM UK).

Course Capacity

Strictly 50 delegates. Lunch and refreshments provided.

Course Convener

Lindsay Henderson

NM UK Deputy Chair

Neurophysiology Department, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh

Tel: 07525774225

If you’d like to register for this event, please contact:

Rosie Steele

NM UK Events Coordinator

Clinical Measurement Group

Level One, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU

Tel: 01865 221 595

If you are interesting in sponsoring or exhibiting at this event, please contact:

Dale Darbyshire

NM UK Commercial Liaison

Lawn Cottage, Lawn Road, London, NW3 2XD

Tel: 07801413273

Click here to download the registration form for the NMUK Annual Meeting Edinburgh June 2016

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