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Neurocourses UK - Online Neuroanatomy Courses

**EARLY BIRD OFFER - ENDS 30th JUNE**

 

Neurocourses UK


Online Neuroanatomy CoursesNEW


For the first time in 13 years our internationally-renowned courses are now available online!

 

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HUMAN BRAIN ANATOMY COURSE

 

- Over 20 hours of high quality lectures

- Functional, clinical and MRI neuroanatomy

- Assumes minimal prior knowledge

- Flexible 30-day access, on demand

- Brain dissection videos, self-test quizzes
- CPD-accredited (72 pts), certificate of completion

 

Mean delegate feedback: 4.9 / 5.0

(previously held at King's College London, UK)

 

 

 

*** EARLY BIRD OFFER, 40% DISCOUNT!

Pre-register for the online version of our famous Human Brain Anatomy Course (£395) and get FREE access to the Limbic Brain Anatomy Course (full price: £690, r​egister by 30th June 2020)

 

Pre-register now

 

Course Director

Dr Paul Johns, BSc BM MSc FAcadMEd FRSB FRCPath
Consultant Neuropathologist, Reader in Neuroan​atomy

Author of Clinical Neuroscience: An Illustrated Colour Text

 

Delegate comments, 2019

"Dr Johns is an exceptional teacher and makes neuroanatomy so easy - really really good course"

 

"Absolutely brilliant - very smart teaching to make it engaging and accessible...thoroughly enjoyed"

 

"Should be a compulsory course for neurology trainees"

 

"Very engaging, articulate and easy to follow...probably the most I've learnt in 3 days of teaching"

 

"Extremely well taught with clever use of metaphors and repetition"

 

"...the best teaching I have ever had in neuroanatomy - thank you!"

 

"absolutely excellent. I wish I'd done this course at the beginning of my MSc"

 

"The best course I have ever taken!"

 

"A lecturer who reminds you why you love brains and neurology - thank you!"

 

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*Please note that Neurocourses UK is an independent course company and that we are not affiliated to our course venues such as King's College London or University of London.

Posted on 26/06/2020

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