William Harvey Executive Programme in Neuromodulation (EEPIN)
The William Harvey Research Institute was founded by the Nobel Laureate Sir John Vane in 1986 at the picturesque Charterhouse Square campus, Queen Mary University, London where we have state-of the art laboratories, a Genome Centre, Protein Analysis Unit and a Clinical Research Centre enabling us to translate observations at the bench into clinical study.
The William Harvey Executive Programme in Neuromodulation (EEPIN) provides an understanding of basic essential knowledge with further updates on this ever-emerging field. The programme is designed to ensure that course participants acquire reasonable understanding and skills to advance and promote knowledge in neuromodulation and develop their skills to understand the newer waveforms and modalities currently available.
How will you study
This course is fully online and the curriculum will be covered in a ‘taught course’ of six half-day sessions over three days. Teaching will be in the form of lectures from an international faculty, to develop the foundation for further advanced studies in neuromodulation. At the end of the course there will be a MCQ examination and the successful candidate will receive a certificate of completion of William Harvey Executive Education Program in Neuromodulation.
6 half-day sessions will be as follows:
- Neurophysiology of pain
- Indications of neuromodulation
- Patient selection and radiologic examination
- Patient care and procedural skills
- Mechanism of action & devices and available technology
- Research methodology and health economics
£1,950 *Bursaries are available.
Next course dates
Download further programme information, including details of how to apply:
EEPIN Flyer [PDF 1,673KB]
For the full programme description and further information please contact:
Dr Kavita Poply