Association of British Neurologists


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Association of British Neurologists

A professional body founded in 1932 by medically qualified neurologists, with the aim of improving the health and well-being of people with neurological disorders by advancing the knowledge and practice of the field in the British Isles.
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But many people are finding it difficult to understand whether they meet the criteria set by the Association of British Neurologists and are, therefore, eligible for the treatment.
A study by the Association of British Neurologists has found more consultant neurologists are needed to bring the UK's health services up to European standards.
The Association of British Neurologists says it is a matter of luck whether patients will receive the treatment they need.
Data to be presented at the Association of British Neurologists Annual Meeting 2015 show potential of perampanel in hard to treat epilepsy
According to the Association of British Neurologists most people in Wales who are admitted to hospital with brain conditions like epilepsy are unlikely to see a neurologist when they get there.
The Association of British Neurologists says 1,050 more specialists are needed to provide European standards of care.

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