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Synopsis

The essential point of Practical Neurology is that it is practical in the sense of being useful for everyone who sees neurological patients and who wants to keep up to date, and safe, in managing them. In other words this is a journal for jobbing neurologists who plough through the tension headaches and funny turns week in and week out.Practical Neurology is included as part of a subscription to JNNP and provided in print to all members of the Association of British Neurologists

Episodes

  • ABN Autumn Lecture: Antisense treatments in neurological disease

    21/11/2016 Duration: 07min

    Based on the ABN's Autumn Meeting, Martin Turner interviews Matthew Wood on the his lecture Antisense treatments in neurological disease. The ABN Autumn Meeting took place on 20th October 2016 in London. For more content on this topic please visit: pn.bmj.com/

  • ABN Autumn Lecture: Treatable hereditary neuropathies

    21/11/2016 Duration: 10min

    Based on the ABN's Autumn Meeting, David Nicholl interviews Mary Reilly on the her lecture Treatable Hereditary Neuropathies. The ABN Autumn Meeting took place on 20th October 2016 in London. For more content on this topic please visit: pn.bmj.com/

  • ABN Autumn Lecture: Functional movement disorders - phenomenology and management

    21/11/2016 Duration: 10min

    Based on the ABN's Autumn Meeting, David Nicholl interviews Mark Edwards on his lecture Functional Movement Disorders - Phenomenology and Management. The ABN Autumn Meeting took place on 20th October 2016 in London. Recommended articles on this topic include: Explaining functional disorders in the neurology clinic: a photo story Alan Carson, Alexander Lehn, Lea Ludwig, Jon Stone pn.bmj.com/content/16/1/56 Functional neurological symptoms: welcome to the new normal Mark J Edwards pn.bmj.com/content/16/1/2 Functional neurological disorders: the neurological assessment as treatment Jon Stone http://pn.bmj.com/content/16/1/7

  • ABN Autumn Lectures: Debate: MS and stem cells - hope or hype?

    07/11/2016 Duration: 07min

    Based on the ABN's Autumn Meeting debate, Ralph Gregory interviews Neil Robertson on the subject of MS and stem cells and whether they're hope or hype. The ABN Autumn Meeting took place on 20th October 2016 in London. For more content on this topic please visit: http://pn.bmj.com/

  • ABN Autumn Lectures: Gliomas - from biology to bedside

    07/11/2016 Duration: 09min

    Based on the ABN's Autumn Meeting, David Burn interviews Anthony Chalmers on his lecture Gliomas - from Biology to Bedside. The ABN Autumn Meeting took place on 20th October 2016 in London.

  • ABN Autumn Lectures: Stroke treatment - past, present and future

    31/10/2016 Duration: 07min

    Based on the ABN's Autumn Meeting, PN Editor Phil Smith interviews Peter Sandercock on his lecture Stroke Treatment - Past, Present and Future. The ABN Autumn Meeting took place on 20th October 2016 in London.

  • ABN Autumn Lectures: Epilepsy surgery - who, what and when?

    31/10/2016 Duration: 07min

    Based on the ABN's Autumn Meeting, PN Editor Geraint Fuller interviews Khalid Hamandi on his lecture Epilepsy Surgery - Who, What and When? The ABN Autumn Meeting took place on 20th October 2016 in London.

  • ABN Conference 2016: Nick Fletcher on movement disorders in young adults

    05/07/2016 Duration: 12min

    Hugh Morris is joined by Nick Fletcher to discuss his ABN Conference lecture "Movement disorders in young adults". The ABN conference 2016, which theme was "The Seven Ages of Man", was held in May, in Brighton, UK.

  • ABN Medallist 2016: Professor Alastair Compton and the innovation on Multiple Sclerosis research

    05/07/2016 Duration: 08min

    Practical Neurology Associate Editor Neil Scolding interviews ABN Medallist Prof. Alastair Compton, at the British Neurosciences Association 2016 conference. Alastair Compton, Professor Emeritus of Neurology, looks back to the history of the Multiple Slerosis research, the books he is publishing, advice for young scientists and his most recent medal. The ABN conference 2016, which theme was "The Seven Ages of Man", was held in May, in Brighton, UK.

  • Functional Disorders - Geraint Fuller interviews Jon Stone

    05/07/2016 Duration: 15min

    Practical Neurology Editor Geraint Fuller is joined by Jon Stone to discuss two of his recent Practical Neurology papers on the subject of functional disorders. Dr Jon Stone is a Consultant Neurologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Neurology. The discussed papers: Functional neurological disorders: the neurological assessment as treatment - http://pn.bmj.com/content/16/1/7.full Explaining functional disorders in the neurology clinic: a photo story - http://pn.bmj.com/content/16/1/56.full http://www.neurosymptoms.org/

  • ABN Conference 2016: Phil Smith interviews Ingrid Scheffer about epilepsy genetics comes of age

    20/06/2016 Duration: 10min

    Practical Neurology Editor Phil Smith is joined by Ingrid Scheffer to discuss her ABN Conference Gordon Holmes' lecture: "Epilepsy genetics comes of age". Professor Ingrid Scheffer, paediatric neurologist and professor at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, is a world leading voice in the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy. The ABN conference 2016, which theme was "The Seven Ages of Man", was held in May, in Brighton, UK.

  • Ten year analysis of the UK Multiple Sclerosis risk sharing scheme study: ABN Conference 2016

    14/06/2016 Duration: 06min

    Dr Jacqueline Palace is interviewed about her 10 year analysis of the UK Multiple Sclerosis risk sharing scheme study, presented at this year's Association of British Neurologists (ABN)conference, in Brighton, UK. Jackie Palace, who is interviewed in this podcast by Ralph Gregory, is a clinical lead for the UK MS risk sharing scheme study assessing the long term effects of beta-interferon and Copaxone. The ABN conference 2016, which theme was "The Seven Ages of Man", was held in May, in Brighton, UK.

  • Oliver Sacks on 'The man who mistook his wife for a hat'

    23/03/2015 Duration: 13min

    Welcome to another Practical Neurology book club podcast with PN editor Phil Smith. This time the club and discussed Oliver Sack’s ‘The man who mistook his wife for a hat’, and were honoured to be joined via Skype by Dr Sacks himself. Listen to hear his thoughts on understanding patients, how writing has influenced his clinical approach, and changes in neurology in the past few decades.

  • Huw Morris on 'Lucky Man'

    29/07/2014 Duration: 23min

    Michael J Fox, star of the Back to the Future trilogy, was born in 1961, moved to Hollywood aged 18 and while avidly lapping up the customary attention and refreshments, he developed Parkinson’s disease. He has now authored a memoir describing his experience of the disease alongside his career as an actor. In this podcast, hear PN editor Phil Smith discuss the book with Huw Morris, expert in young onset Parkinson's, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. Listen to the other interviews on Fox's memoir: http://goo.gl/YW9miQ Read Dr Harding's review of the book: http://pn.bmj.com/content/14/4/283.full

  • Katherine Harding on 'Lucky Man'

    29/07/2014 Duration: 05min

    Michael J Fox, star of the Back to the Future trilogy, was born in 1961, moved to Hollywood aged 18 and while avidly lapping up the customary attention and refreshments, he developed Parkinson’s disease. He has now authored a memoir describing his experience of the disease alongside his career as an actor. In this podcast, hear PN editor Phil Smith discuss the book with Katherine Harding, PN book club lead, and Department of Neurology, University Hospital of Wales. Listen to the other interviews on Fox's memoir: http://goo.gl/YW9miQ Read Dr Harding's review of the book: http://pn.bmj.com/content/14/4/283.full

  • Allan Ropper on 'Lucky Man'

    29/07/2014 Duration: 18min

    Michael J Fox, star of the Back to the Future trilogy, was born in 1961, moved to Hollywood aged 18 and while avidly lapping up the customary attention and refreshments, he developed Parkinson’s disease. He has now authored a memoir describing his experience of the disease alongside his career as an actor. In this podcast, hear PN editor Phil Smith the book with Fox's neurologist from the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Allan Ropper.Listen to the other interviews on Fox's memoir: http://goo.gl/L2z10XRead Katherine Harding's review of the book: http://pn.bmj.com/content/14/4/283.full

  • Lucky Man: A review of Michael J Fox's memoir

    29/07/2014 Duration: 13min

    Michael J Fox, star of the Back to the Future trilogy, was born in 1961, moved to Hollywood aged 18 and while avidly lapping up the customary attention and refreshments, he developed Parkinson’s disease. He has now authored a memoir describing his experience of the disease alongside his career as an actor. PN editor Phil Smith gathered the PN book club to discuss the memoir with Fox's neurologist from the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Allan Ropper, and in this podcast you can hear his thoughts, as well as contributions from book club lead Katherine Harding, Department of Neurology, University Hospital of Wales, and Huw Morris, expert in early onset Parkinson's, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.You can also hear each contributor's interview in full.Allan Ropper: http://goo.gl/tsl2p3Katherine Harding: http://goo.gl/8B6ENwHuw Morris: http://goo.gl/3gRqNYRead Dr Harding's review of 'Lucky Man': http://pn.bmj.com/content/14/4/283.full

  • ABN special: How neurologists think, and what my errors taught me

    24/06/2014 Duration: 16min

    Martin Samuels, professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, tells Huw Morris, professor of Clinical Neuroscience at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery how neurologists make decisions, and the value of making mistakes.Professor Samuels gave the 20th Gordon Holmes lecture, supported by Practical Neurology, at the 2014 ABN Annual Meeting, where this podcast was recorded.

  • ABN special: David Chadwick

    15/04/2014 Duration: 09min

    In preparation for this year's ABN annual conference in May, listen to last year's ABN Medallist speaker, David Chadwick.David Chadwick OBE is currently professor of neurology and consultant neurologist at the Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Liverpool. PN editor Phil Smith talks with him about his career, and the past, present and future of neurology.For more details about the ABN Annual Meeting 2014, see http://www.theabn.org

  • The neurology of Sjögren's syndrome and the rheumatology of peripheral neuropathy and myelitis

    17/01/2014 Duration: 17min

    Neurological symptoms occur in approximately 20% of patients with Sjögren's syndrome, and may be the presenting manifestations of the disease. In this podcast, PN co-editor Phil Smith asks Aaron Berkowitz, Department of Neurology, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, about several neurological conditions that can occur in Sjögren's syndrome: sensory ganglionopathy, painful small fibre neuropathy, and transverse myelitis (independently or as part of neuromyelitis optica).Dr Berkowitz describes the symptoms, signs, differential diagnoses, recommended diagnostic evaluation, and treatment of each of these, highlighting the features that should alert neurologists to consider Sjögren's syndrome.Read the full review here: bit.ly/1fF2lev

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