The Royal London and Queen's Romford Neurosurgery Society

SBNS & ABN London 2018

SBNS & ABN Joint Meeting

London, 19-21 September 2018

There was strong representation from both the Neurosurgery and Neurology Departments at Queen’s Romford and RLH at the joint SBNS/ABN meeting held in the QE2 Centre in London.

Here is a list of our oral and poster presentations.

 

Oral Presentations

 

Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale – when would you rather die?

S. Hasan The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

 

Traumatic brain injury services in the UK – a neurological deficit

J. Hersheson Royal London Hospital, London, UK

 

Awareness of neurosurgical staff with DVLA guidelines in common neurosurgical conditions

D. Dasic The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

 

Social media for dissemination and public engagement in neurosurgery – the example of Brainbook

A. Alamri The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

 

Anti-IgLON5 disease and the role of immunotherapy. Case report and review of the literature

L. Clayton Royal London Hospital, London, UK

 

A multidisciplinary quality improvement initiative for SAFER care of neurosciences patients

G. McKenna The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

 

 

Poster Presentations

Outcomes following diagnostic brain biopsy: a 1 year case review

R. Ingleton Queens Hospital, Romford, UK

 

Code Black: implementing a time-critical protocol for neurotrauma surgery in a London major trauma centre.

M. A. Mohamed The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

 

Management of traumatic skull base fractures and their complications – a seven-year experience

J. Hanrahan Royal London Hospital, London, UK

 

Parental understanding of concussion in youth rugby is significantly improved by viewing the RFU concussion education video

W. Dawes Barts and the London Medical School

 

On Lambs, DBS, and diathermy

G. A. Tipper Queens Hospital, Romford, UK

 

Early years training – a survey of the British Neurosurgery Trainees’ Association

G. McKenna The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

 

Acute varicella zoster encephalitis? Don’t forget the treatment!

B. Sun Queen’s Hospital, Romford, UK

 

Endoscopy in cerebellopontine angle lesions: feasibility and technical considerations.

C. Oesman & A. Alamri,  The National Hospital for Neurology and
Neurosurgery, London, UK and The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

Mr Paraskevopoulos test drives the new BBraun digital robotic microscope

Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale – when would you rather die? S. Hasan The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

Social media for dissemination and public engagement in neurosurgery – the example of Brainbook A. Alamri The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

Code Black: implementing a time-critical protocol for neurotrauma surgery in a London major trauma centre. M. A. Mohamed The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

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