About the course
September 2021 entry
The UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology is a global leader in neuroscience at the forefront of the mission to translate neuroscience discovery into treatments for patients with neurological diseases such as dementia.
This programme is aimed at doctors who are looking to further their knowledge and skills in clinical neurology. The fully interactive course provides scientific and clinical knowledge through online lectures, several opportunities of clinical case discussion, case-based learning through online forums and video conference with tutors and research supervisors. This program is delivered online and an option of mixed mode (online and face to face teaching/research) is available.
You will acquire skills for neurological examinations and diagnostics that are applicable in day-to-day clinical practice and the principles of clinical research. The teaching on the programme focuses on clinical approach and scientific basis of common neurological conditions such as headache, epilepsy, stroke, nerve and muscle disorders, demyelinating disorders, and CNS infections. It covers interpretation of investigations used in neurological practice such as neuroimaging and electrodiagnosis.
Find out more by joining our virtual information session with programme directors, alumni and current students on 11 May 2021 (12-1pm BST).
Not quite ready to start a Masters? The university also offers an online Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) and Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip).