Asia-Pacific Medical Education Conference 2012
The ONE (Office of Neurological Education) group from Neurology Department received two education research awards at the 2012 Asia-Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC). The group won the first prize and the runner-up prize in the Best Paper (Platform) category for two different education research studies. The first prize was awarded to a study examining an assessment tool called the Script Concordance Test that assesses clinical reasoning in neurology in trainees. The runner-up prize was awarded for a study that was done by two YLLSOM students together with the ONE group. This study examines the fear of clinical neurology, termed “Neurophobia”, in undergraduates and postgraduate doctors.


NNI Designated as WFNS International Training Centre
We have been designated by the World Federation of Neurosurgical Society (WFNS) as one of the recognised post graduate fellowship training centres in the world, alongside other renowned training centres such as National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London, New York University, and Fujita Health University. With this appointment, the Department of Neurosurgery announced two fellowships per year for young neurosurgeons from developing countries.


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