Birmingham Movement Disorders Course

When and where

7 March 2018 to 9 March 2018
Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre
Birmingham Conference & Events Centre, Smallbrook Queensway, Birmingham B5 4EW

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Birmingham Movement Disorders Course

This course is aimed at trainee neurologists and geriatricians who are interested in gaining a broad introduction to movement disorders. The focus will be on the clinical features and management of the whole spectrum of movement disorders.

What you will learn

The learning objectives of this course include how to:

  • take a history and examine a patient with a movement disorder
  • diagnose the more common disorders
  • develop a differential diagnosis for rarer conditions
  • develop an investigation plan
  • develop a management plan.

Who should attend?

  • specialty trainees in neurology and geriatrics
  • newly appointed consultants in neurology and geriatrics.

Course fees

Course fees include:

  • registration for conference attendance
  • attendance at conference dinner (booking required)
  • provision of course book.

Please note: the limited places inclusive of accommodation have now been allocated so delegates will need to arrange their own accommodation. 

There is no reduction on the course fees should attendance be on a conference-only basis. Fees also include attendance at the conference dinner, where a lecture will be given, but delegates must indicate their intention to attend on booking.

There are specific terms and conditions of booking for this event, outside of the standard RCP terms. Refunds cannot be provided after 29 January 2018 and all cancellations must be notified in writing prior to this date to qualify for a refund.


For more information on this conference, contact the event organiser Helen Flood (RCP regional manager, West Midlands, Oxford and Thames Valley):

Other information

  • Conference dinner - Wednesday 7 March 2018
  • Accommodation required - Wednesday 7 March 2018 (subject to availability)
  • Accommodation required Thursday 8 March 2018 (subject to availability)

Programme details

The programme begins at 13.45 pm on Wednesday 7 March 2018 and finishes following lunch on Friday 9 March 2018.

The conference dinner will be held on the evening of Wednesday 7 March 2018, the cost of which is inclusive within the booking fee, but delegates are requested to ensure that they book to attend this through the options provided.