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Event plan for 2017
February - meeting of the Associantion “Sleep and Epilepsy”
May – meeting of the Associantion “Metabolic Myopathies”
May - patients day in cooperation with “Motus Vita” – “Motoneurone disease day – an event for patients and doctors”
“Motoneurone disease day – an event for patients and doctors” in cooperation with “Motus Vita” was performed on 06th May. Lectors of the meeting– neurologist and immunologist Doc V. Ķēniņa, neurologists Dr. J. Melnik and Dr. V. Demeshonok were from Sankt-Peterburg, anestesiologist Dr. J. Vjugins and radiologist Dr. R.Laguns.
Meeting of the Association “Complement System Disorders” took place on 5th October. Lectors of the meeting– immunologist Assoc.prof. I. Mihailova, nephrologist Dr. I. Ziediņa, immunologist Doc. N. Kurjāne and immunologist, neurologist Doc. V. Ķēniņa.
Riga Stradins university Continuin Education, in cooperation with Latvia Pediatric Society and Latvian Society of Neuroimmunologists organized professional improvement courses “Sleep day – current events in sleep medicine” with guest lectore from Canadaon on 22nd April.
Two days teaching courses “Muscle disorders – theory and practice” took place on 14th – 15th April 2016. Lectors of the courses were neurologist from United Kingdom (Dr. Z. Jaunmuktane), neurologist – muscle disorders specialist from St.Peterburg (Dr. J. Melnika) and specialists from Latvia (prof. I.Logina, genetic specialist doc. Z. Krūmiņa, pathologist Asoc.prof. S. Isajevs, neurologist and immunologist doc. V. Ķēniņa).
Patients day “Day of Myasthenia” in cooperation with “Motus Vita” was performes on 5th September.
Lectors of the course – neurologist Dr.med. Anna Rostedt Punga (Sweden, Upsalas University), dr. Jevgenija Melnik (Russia, St.Peterburg Hospital), and also specialists from Latvia with great experience in management and treatment of Myastenia gravis: neurologist dr. S. M. Naudiņa, neurologist dr. I.Kamša, immunologist Dr.med. N.Kurjāne, neurologist-immunologist Dr.med. V.Ķēniņa.
Professional improvement courses “Clinical genetics in neurology” took place on February 27th. Lectors of the courses were genetics dr. B.Lāce, dr. A. Dzalbs, pathologist dr. D. Svirina, neurologist prof. I. Logina, immunologist doc. N. Kurjāne.
Professional improvement courses participated by Maria Isabel Leite the lector from Oxford’s took place on March the 14th 2014. Course’s topic was “Autoimmune encephalitis – theory and practice”. Prof. Ināra Logina, Doc. Nataļja Kurjāne, Doc, Viktorija Ķēniņa were lectors who also participated the course.
The two day long learning course “Basic principles of neuroimmunology for family practitioners and internal medicine specialists” took place on February 21 – 22. Lectors of the meeting were Asoc. prof. Inese Mihailova, prof. Ināra Logina, doc. Viktorija Ķēniņa, doc. Nataļja Kurjāne.
Professional improvement courses “Basics of neuroimmunology” took place at November 21 – 23. Lectors of the course were asoc. prof. Inese Mihailova, prof. Ināra Logina, doc. Viktorija Ķēniņa, doc. Nataļja Kurjāne, dr. Inese Kamša.
LNIA organized 3 day long professional improvement course “Neuroimmunology – theory and practice” took place on June 6 – 8. Lectors participated the course were prof. Ināra Logina, asoc. prof. Inese Mihailova, doc. Viktorija Ķēniņa, doc. Nataļja Kurjāne, dr. Inese Kamša.
LNIA organized professional improvement course “Vasculitides of central nervous system” took place on April 31th. Participant had possibility to improve their skills of diagnostic management oriented to patients with vasculitides, as also got insight into interpretation of immunologic analyses. Pathogenesis, clinical picture, diagnostics and treatment of primary and secondary CNS vasculitides where discussed. Case reports were presented in the end of the course.
Lectors of the course – doc. Nataļja Kurjāne, doc. Viktorija Ķēniņa, dr. Inita Buliņa, dr. Anželika Gudreniece.
Participants of the course had possibility to improve their knowledge about etiology, natural history and causes of autoimmune diseases, get insight into up to date immunological diagnostic techniques and interpretation of their results. The broad insight into immunemodulating therapy and case reports where analyzed.
The information about immunepathology, variations of clinical manifestation, natural history, diagnosis and treatment of myasthenia gravis where presented. Demyelinating diseases, differential diagnosis of myelitides, as also autoimmune encephalitides, paraneoplastic neurologic syndromes, autoimmune polyneuropathies where the topics of attention of this course. Case reports as practical examples of every topic discussed earlier where presented in the end of the course.
Lectors of the course – prof. Ināra Logina, asoc. prof. Inese Mihailova, doc. Viktorija Ķēniņa, doc. Nataļja Kurjāne, dr. Inese Kamša, dr. Alīna Flintere-Flinte, dr. Lana Vainšteine.