2nd KCL International Student Neurosurgical Conference
November 10 & 11, 2018
King's College Hospital & IoPPN, London, UK

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Connections 2018   |   Our Conference

The 2nd King's
International Neurosurgical Conference for students & healthcare practitioners

CONNECTIONS 2018 / November 10 & 11, 2018 / London, UK

The 2nd Annual KCL International Neurosurgical Conference will bring together a network of neurosurgery enthusiasts at the King’s College London Denmark Hill Campus, home to the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN) on the Maudsley Hospital site in close proximity to King’s College Hospital.

Building on the recognized success of the inaugural launch in 2017, the conference will engage delegates in a series of unrivalled practical workshops; neurosurgical simulations employing virtual reality; career-development sessions and teaching scenarios.

We are grateful for the invaluable support of world-renowned consultants and registrars who bring their admirable experience to the conference faculty, particularly for members of the King’s College Hospital Neurosurgery Department, who kindly guide and support the KCL Neurosurgery Society in our endeavours. This year, we welcome doctors-in-training as attendees alongside students.

Connections 2018   |   Our Speakers

Connections 2018   |   Our Workshops

Two full days of surgical
workshops from the world's top
neurosurgeons & clinicians

CONNECTIONS 2018 / November 10 & 11, 2018 / London, UK

The society advocates early exposure to neurosurgical techniques for delegates. Our practical workshops will be guided and closely supervised by the leaders of the field. The range of procedures incorporated this year are at the forefront of relevance and current practice in neurosurgery.

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Connections 2018   |   Our Lectures

Be inspired with Neurosurgery

CONNECTIONS 2018 / November 10 & 11, 2018 / London, UK

Our keynote lectures will cover a range of issues and controversies of topical importance in neurosurgery. The international conference faculty will inspire delegates in themes including: the history of neurosurgery, globalisation of the speciality, neuro-endoscopy and minimally invasive techniques.