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Neurological infectious diseases pose some of the greatest challenges to clinicians. The presenting clinical syndromes are often elusive, determining the causative organisms can be problematic, and there is often little evidence to guide treatment. Whilst many are rare, others are extremely common, particularly in tropical climates, and collectively the disease burden is considerable. These Neurological Infectious Diseases Elearning modules are here to help! They are aimed at medics of all grades, from undergraduate students to consultants and senior academics. Each module starts with an overview, before moving onto the specific features, and then finishes with the key points, followed by a self assessment section and a Completion Certificate, which can be downloaded.
Click here to acces the modules.
The modules work most effectively in Safari, Firefox and Google Chrome; they open in a reduced format on Internet Explorer, but cannot currently be used on tablet computers.
Click on the title of the module to access it. If the module does not automatically appear on your screen, click on the Downloaded File at the bottom of the browser window to open it.
To learn more about neurological infectious diseases, update your knowledge, improve your skills, and review of the latest research, sign up for the next Liverpool Neurological infectious Diseases Course.
If you wish to provide any comments or feedback on any of the modules, or contribute a new one to the series,
please contact Sam Nightingale.
We hope you enjoy the NeuroID e-learning modules.
Tom Solomon, Agam Jung and Sam Nightingale
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