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BCUHB Movement Disorders Disease Specific Advisory Group Annual Study Day

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OpTIC Centre

St. Asaph Business Park

Ffordd William Morgan

St. Asaph

LL17 0JD

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A BCUHB Neurosciences Study Day open to Health and Social Care professionals across North Wales.

The Study Day will bring together a range of disciplines with an interest in the field, explore new developments and promote an understanding of the services available to people living with Movement Disorders and the professionals who manage their conditions.

This is the fourth in a series of Study Days which is part of an ongoing process of integrated working across sites and across disciplines.

The Neurosciences Movement Disorders Disease Specific Advisory Group aspires to develop North Wales as a Centre of Excellence for Movement Disorders Services, pioneering the way, strengthening and building on existing services and the expertise of health professionals and voluntary agencies to continuously improve the lives and futures of everyone affected by a Movement Disorder.

Course fee: Both the study day and lunch are free of charge, but £15 will be charged to anyone who fails to attend after registering without letting us know to cover catering costs. The event will fill up quickly and if necessary we will hold a waiting list.

For registration queries please contact MDDSAG2018@gmail.com

For any other information please contact Dr Sam Abraham via: VICKY.MERRITT@wales.nhs.uk

Registration from 9.15am Start time: 9.45am Finish time 3:45pm

Free onsite parking available

With thanks:

This event is sponsored by the following organisations who have supported catering & have had no input into speaker choice, topic or content of the meeting:

Bial Pharma UK Ltd Ethypharm IPSEN Profile Pharma



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