Regional Teaching Courses  
  Sovata, Romania 2007
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About this Regional Teaching Course

The above mentioned Continuing Medical Education activity gained accreditation from the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, and from the Colegiul Medicilor din Romania.

It took place in Sovata, Romania, 27-29 September, 2007. The language of the
lectures, workshops and of the final assessment of participants was English.
Each participant received a printed workbook containing the programme and the text of the presentations.

A total number of 124 participants from 4 countries (Romania, Hungary, Serbia and Israel) attended the teaching course.

The scientific programme included the following main topics: multiple sclerosis,
stroke, vascular dementia, epilepsy and muscular disorders.
Morning sessions were plenary lectures and afternoon workshops were held mainly based on case-presentations (video-recordings, brief and up-to-point presentations) and interactive discussions (debates, tele-voting, etc).

The social programme was also interesting and well attended; participants and
lecturers took part in the folk-music and folkdance-show in the nearby salt mine having had the chance to get acquainted with the distinctive cultural variety of this particular part of Romania.

On the 29th of September all participants had the possibility to fill in a multiple
choice questionnaire with 30 questions, each regarding information presented during the teaching course.
Each participant elaborated an evaluation sheet of the lecturers and of the teaching course itself in form of a multiple choice questionnaire. The overall appreciation of the course was positive.

We want to thank the European Federation of Neurological Societies and all
lecturers for their support in this teaching course!

Yours respectfully,

Dr. Rodica Balasa and Dr. Szabolcs Szatmari