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4th Baltic School of Neuro-Myology

23 - 24 August 2024 I Tallinn, Estonia

Radisson BLU Olümpia

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Welcome to the 4th Baltic School on Neuro-Myology!

 

We are delighted to extend a warm invitation to join us in Tallinn, Estonia, from August 23-24, 2024. This year, the focus will be on neuropathies, and we will spend two days with excellent speakers from the Baltics and beyond.

The 4th Baltic School of Neuro-Myology: Neuropathies serves as a platform for knowledge exchange and promoting dialogue among neurologists, child neurologists, geneticists, pathologists, pulmonologists, orthopedists, other speciality doctors, physiotherapists and nurses. We aim to provide a comprehensive overview of the current state of Neuropathies research and its implications for clinical practice.

The 1st Baltic School of Neuro-Myology took place in Riga, Latvia in 2019. This was the beginning of a new tradition of neuromuscular disorders events in the Baltics. The 2nd edition of the Baltic School of Neuro-Myology was organised in Riga in 2022, and the third event only a year later, in 2023, in Kaunas, Lithuania. The schools have been attended by specialists from all over Europe.

This year, Tallinn, the enchanting capital of Estonia, with its rich history and vibrant culture, provides the perfect backdrop for the gathering, that is aimed to rotate between Baltic countries every year in August. 

 

 

Friday, 23 August

10:00-10:30 

10:30-10:40 

10:40-11:10


11:10-11:40 


11:40-12:10

12:10-12:40

 

12:40-13:30

13:35-13:45

 

13:45-14:15

 

14:15-14:45

 

14:45-15:15 

15:15-14:45 

 

15:45-16:15

16:15-16:45 

16:45-17:15

17:15-17:45 

17:45-18:00 

Registration. Sponsors exhibition

Welcome message

I session Autoimmune neuropathies 1

Guillain-Barre syndrome and related disorders. Katrin Gross-Paju, West Tallinn Central Hospital, Estonia

EAN/PNS new guidelines of GBS and CIDP – Professor Claudia Sommer, University of Wuerzburg, Germany 

COVID, vaccines and peripheral neuropathies. Ieva Glāzere, Riga Stradins University, Latvia

Neurophysiological aspects of various cases of neuropathy. Professor Anna Rostedt Punga, Uppsala, Sweden

Lunch and Poster presentation

Photo call

II session Autoimmune neuropathies 2

Multifocal motor neuropathy: novel therapies at horizon. Assistant Professor Stojan Peric / Dr Vukan Ivanovic, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia

CIDP misdiagnosis, Assistant Professor Stojan Peric / Dr Vukan Ivanovic, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia

Autoimmune nodopathies. Triin-Helin Unt, West Tallinn Central Hospital, Estonia

Treatable neuropathies Professor Andoni Urtizberea, Institut de Myologie, La Salpetriere Hospital, Paris, France

Coffee break

III session Diagnosis of neuropathies

Ultrasound and its importance in diagnosing various neuropathies. Associate Professor Saulius Rutkauskas, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas, Lithuania

Imaging peripheral nerves with MRI. Pierre Carlier, Belgium

Patients’ voice. Jean-Phillipe Plançon, France. Chairman of the European Patient Organisation for Dysimmune and Inflammatory Neuropathies (EPODIN)

Discussion

Registration & accommodation

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Regular fee,
extended until 15 July

Late fee,
from 16 July
until 14 August

Doctors, residents

75€

90€

Nurses, students

40€

55€

Accommodation in Radisson BLU Hotel Olümpia

ROOM FOR ONE
85€ / night

for one person

ROOM FOR TWO
97€ per night for two persons

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Accommodation price includes breakfast and the use of Club26 health- and fitness centre on the 26 floor.

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