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Dear Friends and Colleagues,

In these challenging times, we hope that you, your family and colleagues are all safe. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the world in ways that are still challenging to fully comprehend. COVID-19 has caused death and disability with both massive societal and personal hardships. While we look forward to the eventual return to a more stable and normal time, there remains uncertainty regarding when that will occur.

Covid-19 has fundamentally changed the way we currently approach travel and education. As a result, this year the Annual Hydrocephalus Society Meeting, scheduled for Gothenburg, Sweden, was postponed until September 2021.

We all feel the void left by the necessity associated with postponement of the Gothenburg meeting. The Hydrocephalus Society Board of Directors, after consulting with our community, has developed a virtual scientific and educational program consisting of six webinars dealing with idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (iNPH) to provide hydrocephalus-related educational opportunities.

The Hydrocephalus Society Global Webinar Series on iNPH 2020-2021 will consist of six 60-minute webinars occurring monthly between the 20th of November 2020 and the 24th of April 2021. The timing of the webinars varies from month to month to allow a rotation of favorable European, Asian and American time zones.

These webinars will draw on the clinical and scientific expertise of experts in the field of iNPH and will be provided completely free of charge. These sessions are open to a worldwide audience with preregistration required. This webinar program has been accredited by the EACCME. The webinars will eventually be available on the Hydrocephalus Society website.

Your involvement in the Hydrocephalus Society is very important to all of us. Until we meet again in the real world, let’s connect online and declare our presence together with this exciting educational opportunity.

Sincerely,
On behalf of the Hydrocephalus Society Board, Mark Hamilton, President

The Hydrocephalus Society is delighted to announce the Hydrocephalus Society Global Webinar Series on iNPH 2020-2021! A series of 6 monthly webinars will take place, beginning from November 2020 until April 2021. In these challenging times, our duty is to support our community in all ways possible. For this reason, the Hydrocephalus Society board of directors has decided to provide the webinars completely free of charge. We have structured the webinars to favor the European, Asian and American time zones by turns. Registration and more information will become available very soon!

 

Official Language of the Webinars

The official Language of the Webinars is English

EACCME Accreditation

An application has been made to EACCME for the Accreditation of this event

Certificate of attendance

Participants will receive a certificate of attendance for each webinar

Duration

Each webinar has a duration of 60 minutes

Contact

For more information or inquiries, please contact us at contact@ishcsf.com

The Hydrocephalus Society Global Webinar Series on iNPH 2020-2021 will consist of six 60-minute webinars occurring monthly between the 20th of November 2020 and the 24th of April 2021. The timing of the webinars varies from month to month to allow a rotation of favorable European, Asian and American time zones.

These webinars will draw on the clinical and scientific expertise of experts in the field of iNPH and will be provided completely free of charge. These sessions are open to a worldwide audience with preregistration required. The webinars will eventually be available on the Hydrocephalus Society website and an application has been made to EACCME for Accreditation.

Your involvement in the Hydrocephalus Society is very important to all of us. Until we meet again in the real world, let’s connect online and declare our presence together with this exciting educational opportunity.

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If you are interested in supporting the Hydrocephalus Society Global Webinar Series 2020-2021, please contact us: contact@ishcsf.com

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