Franz Fazekas (EAN President Elect; Professor of Neurology and Head, Department of Neurology, Medical University of Graz, Austria) kindly took the time to tell us about EAN’s mission to support and cooperate with national neurological societies, as well as their endeavours to attract more individual members and support neurologists in training regarding both clinical and research aspects.
1. Why is cooperation with national neurologic societies so important for the EAN and how does this happen? What are the benefits for the national neurologic societies? (0:12)
2. Why does the EAN also want to attract more full individual members? (1:50)
3. What benefits does the EAN offer to members? (2:37)
4. How do the EAN provide support to neurologists in training? (3:40)
5. What are the plans of the EAN for coming years? (4:36)
Speaker disclosure: Franz Fazekas has nothing to disclose in relation to this video interview.
Filmed at the 4th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN), Lisbon, Portugal, June 2018.
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