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Euro Neuro 2023

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We have the pleasure of extending an invitation on behalf of the organizing committee to all healthcare professionals to attend and take part in the "32nd Congress on Neurologists and Psychiatrists", which will be held in Stockholm, Sweden, from November 27-28, 2023. Diseases of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and muscles are the main focus of neurologists. We invite you to join us and contribute to our expertise and opinions regarding our conference. The conference is the greatest venue for exchanging insights and strategies for addressing the uncommon diseases that have been a problem in recent years. The conference's goal is to enhance the future of healthcare and medicine.

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Conference series set forth to advertise the most intriguing and awaited conference which is the “ 32nd Euro Congress on Neurologists and Psychiatrists ”, listed to be held during November 27-28, 2023 at Stockholm, Sweden. Take the part and join us to enhance the stylish exploration advancements in neurology and psychology.

This event provides an excellent occasion to partake, view and change all your knowledge and establish exploration collaborations and networking. On this special occasion the conference targets all the neurologists, scientists, psychiatrists, surgeons, pharma companies from around the world.

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Why to attend? 

EURO NEURO 2023 is a great  occasion, Let's join and  experience the speaker’s discussion, delegate’s assemblage,  youthful  exploration ,  exhibitors show, oral/ poster presentations, networking, and  many more further advantages. This time euro neurology congress expects to assemble academic researchers, specialists,  to trade and partake their analysis and  experience  on all the aspects of neural system and brain functions. This conference aims to explore the most  precious information to all the participants regarding the latest developments and how to examine the  results for  numerous unanswered brain kinds of  exploration. A final accomplishment by attending the event leaves you with the stylish scientific  gests , global collaborations.  

Target Audience:

EURO NEURO 2023 is open to all with an academic or professional interest in Neurology and Psychological studies and its  exploration.

  • Neuro Surgeons
  • Neuro Scientists
  • Neurologists
  • Psychiatrists
  • Neuro Oncologists
  • Neuro Ophthalmologists
  • Molecular Neurologists
  • Physicians
  • Surgeons
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Pediatric Neurologists
  • Health care experts
  • Scientists and university professors
  • Business entrepreneurs
  • Assiduity professionals
  • Diagnostics laboratory professional
  • Undergraduates and postgraduate student 
Associations & Societies:
  • American Academy of Neurology (AAN)
  • European Academy of Neurology (EAN)
  • World Federation of Neurology (WFN
  • International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS
  • American Stroke Association (ASA
  • American Psychiatric Association (APA)
  • World Psychiatric Association (WPA)
  • European Psychiatric Association (EPA)
  • Royal College of Psychiatrists
  • Asian Federation of Psychiatric Associations (AFPA)


Track 1 : Forensic Psychiatry 

A subfield of psychiatry called forensic psychiatry applies clinical and scientific knowledge to legal problems in contexts involving civil, criminal, administrative, or legislative difficulties. The Roman word forum, which gradually changed to the English word forensics, originally meant in open court or in public.

The main goals of forensic psychiatry include:

  • Treatment assurance for those who commit crimes and are mentally ill
  • In cases where the defendant's mental stability is in doubt, testifying in court
  • Competency evaluations
  • Actively working to improve and comprehend the relationship between the law and psychiatry
  • Collaborating with additional clinical and non-clinical experts in the field
  • Preventing a delay in the defendant's treatment for a mental disorder

Track 2 : Addiction Psychiatry

A medical specialisation of psychiatry called addiction psychiatry focuses on assessing, diagnosing, and treating persons who have one or more illnesses connected to addiction. The technique used in addiction medicine is more psychosocial. Focus is placed on identifying and treating mental diseases that coexist with addiction, regardless of whether they were the addiction's primary cause or an effect. Addiction psychiatry takes physical health into account in the same way that addiction medicine does.

In addition to treating the addiction, professionals want to help their patients get better or keep their physical health.

  • Alcohol
  • Heroin and prescription opioids
  • Cocaine
  • Amphetamines / Methamphetamine
  • Cannabis
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Tobacco
  • Gambling, and other behavioural addictions are all examples of substance abuse (e.g. hypersexual behaviours, internet, shopping)

Track 3 : Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

The field of psychiatry known as child and adolescent psychiatry, often known as pediatric psychiatry, focuses on the identification, management, and prevention of mental illnesses in children, adolescents, and their families. It looks at the biopsychosocial factors that affect the onset, progression, and treatment outcomes of psychiatric diseases and various approaches. Psychotherapy and/or medication are the main treatments used by child and adolescent psychiatrists to address mental illnesses in the pediatric population.

Many methods for treating various patients with a variety of issues, such as:

  • Autism and learning disabilities
  •  Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Neuro-developmental issues that appear in childhood 
  • Tic disorders
  • Behavioural and emotional issues
  • Disruptive actions
  • Issues with eating and using the lavatory
  • Depression
  • Reaction to trauma or life adjustment (such as domestic abuse); anxiety and OCD;

Track 4 : Emergency Psychiatry

The clinical practise of psychiatry in emergency situations is known as emergency psychiatry. Attempts at suicide, substance misuse, depression, psychosis, violence, or other abrupt changes in behaviour are among conditions that may require psychiatric intervention. Professionals in the professions of medicine, nursing, psychology, and social work provide psychiatric emergency services.

Psychiatric emergencies may be caused by a variety of symptoms and situations, such as:

  • Violence
  • Psychosis
  • Drug abuse
  • Intoxication
  • Dangerous drug combinations and drug reactions
  • Personality disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Disasters
  • Abuse

Track 5 : Hospice and Palliative Medicine

Hospice is comfort care without the thing of curing, either the case has run out of restorative options or has decided against seeking remedy because the pitfalls overweigh the prices. Those with a terminal illness who, in their croaker 's opinion, have a prognostic of six months or lower if the illness progresses as anticipated.

A serious condition like cancer or heart failure requires technical medical care called palliative care. Comfort care could be given with or without a desire to cure a condition. Palliative care aims to ameliorate a case's current medical treatment by fastening both the case's and their family's quality of life.

Track 6 : Brain Injury Medicine

Brain Injury Medicine (BIM) includes diseases of brain function due to injury. These diseases encompass a range of medical, physical, cognitive, sensitive, and behavioural diseases that affect in psychosocial, educational, and vocational consequences. A specialist in BIM should also have special expertise in the treatment and operation of other central nervous system cuts (e.g., encephalopathies, anoxia) with analogous neurocognitive donations.

Track 7 : Neuropsychiatry

As the name implies, the focus of the medical specialty known as neuropsychiatry is on psychiatry as it relates to neurology. The focus is on examining and managing patients' cognitive and behavioral symptoms who also have neurological diseases. Neuropsychiatry is a branch of research and medicine that focuses on the treatment of people with neurologically based disorders as well as the integrated study of psychiatric and neurological conditions. Neuropsychiatry, a branch of science that supports neuroscience, is used to explore the treatment and care of people with neurological problems, particularly those that affect behavior, and to better understand the neurological basis of mental and neurologic disorders.

Track 8 : Pain Management and Anxiety

Pain can be aggravating and incapacitating.  Sleep, work, conditioning, and quality time with family and friends could all be hampered. By reducing your pain, you can live a more pleasurable life. However, treatment is complicated and if not given and monitored appropriately, might have negative repercussions. Because of this, pain management may necessitate consulting with an anaesthesiologist, a physician who specializes in pain medication. A sensation of worry, dread, and difficulty is known as anxiety. One can start to perspire, come agitated and anxious, and experience rapid-fire twinkle. It is a normal response to stress. You might have anxiety, for case, when brazened with a grueling challenge at work, before taking a test, or before making a crucial decision.

There are numerous varieties of anxiety disorders which includes:

Track 9 : Seizure Disorders

Muscle spasms, limb twitching, and loss of consciousness are some of the signs and symptoms of seizures. They may also result in modifications to feelings and actions. Seizures may be brought on by unbalanced brain electrical activity. Epilepsy is a disorder that manifests as intermittent seizures.  Consultation with a neurologist is frequently necessary for the diagnosis and treatment of these illnesses.

The following tests could be used to identify seizures:

Track 10 : Learning Disability 

Learning disorders are brought on by genetic and/or neurobiological factors that change how the brain functions and thus impact one or more learning-related cognitive processes. These processing issues may make it difficult to master fundamental abilities like reading, writing, and/or math.  Additionally, they may impair higher order abilities like organization, time management, abstract thought, long or short term memory, and attention. It's vital to understand that learning difficulties can have an impact on a person's life outside of academy, including their connections with family, friends, and coworkers.

The most prevalent learning disabilities

Track 11 : Psychotherapy/Analysis

Here, the terms "analyst" and "psychotherapist" are occasionally used interchangeably. Both analysts and psychotherapists are considered therapists when the word is employed. A range of therapies are referred to as psychotherapy (also known as talk therapy) with the goal of assisting a patient in recognizing and altering troublesome feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Most psychotherapy sessions involve a patient meeting one-on-one with a qualified mental health professional or in a group with other patients. Psychoanalysis is a more involved form of psychodynamic therapy. Typically, sessions are held three or more times per week.

Track 12 : Geriatric psychiatry

The prevention, intervention, and treatment of illnesses that affect older persons depend heavily on geriatric psychiatrists. Additionally, they are pioneers in the fields of age-related neuropsychiatric disorders and clinical care delivery. Geriatric psychiatrists are capable of treating a wide range of late-life psychiatric syndromes and mental health disorders that affect older persons since they receive substantial specialty training.

Among them are, but not restricted to:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Dementia
  • Delirium
  • Mood disorders
  • Psychoses
  • Alcohol and substance abuse
  • Personality disorders
  • Sleep disturbances

Track 13 : Cerebrovascular Disease

The words "cerebro" and "vascular," which refer to the arteries and veins, are combined to form the phrase cerebrovascular. The expression cerebrovascular refers to the movement of blood throughout the brain. All conditions when one or more cerebral blood arteries are involved in the diseased process and a region of the brain is temporarily or permanently impacted by ischemia or bleeding are referred to as cerebrovascular diseases.

The most prevalent form of cerebrovascular disease is stroke. The following list of additional forms of cerebrovascular illness is not exhaustive:

  • Arteriovenous malformation (AVM)
  • Brain aneurysm
  • Brain bleed, hemorrhage (intracranial hemorrhage)
  • Carotid artery disease (carotid artery stenosis)
  • Cervical artery dissection
  • Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH)
  • Transient ischemic attack (TIA)
  • Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT)
  • Moyamoya disease

Track 14 : Neuropsychology Sciences

The study of how a person's cognition and behavior relate to their brain and the rest of their nervous system is called neuropsychology, a subfield of psychology. The focus of experts in this area of psychology is frequently on how brain disorders and injuries affect cognitive and behavioral processes. Research on the lateralization and localization of cognitive, affective, and behavioral phenomena, neurodevelopment, ageing and the brain, neuroplasticity, and other topics are all included in the field of neuropsychology, which is the science that examines the relationship between the brain and behavior.

  • Changes in concentration
  • Memory loss
  • Personality changes
  • Problems with organizing
  • Reasoning
  • Language
  • Perception or Coordination

Track 15 : Cross-cultural psychiatry

A subspecialty of psychology called "cross-cultural psychiatry" looks at how cultural and racial factors influence mental illness and access to psychiatric care. The study of migratory populations and ethnic variety within countries, analysis of psychiatry itself as a cultural product, and surveys of the prevalence and types of disorders in other cultures or countries all contributed to the development of this profession as a whole. Early literature was linked to colonialism and was accused of either ignoring or demeaning other cultures and ethnic groups.

Several crucial fields of research include:

  • Emotions
  • Language acquisition
  • Child development
  • Personality
  • Social behavior
  • Family and social relationships

Track 16 : Schizophrenia/Psychosis

One who suffers from psychosis has lost all sense of reality. Hallucinations and delusions are its two prominent signs. Numerous factors, including mental health diseases, physical illnesses, and substance abuse, can contribute to psychosis. A mental health condition called schizophrenia includes episodes of psychosis. Negative and cognitive symptoms are further signs that someone has schizophrenia. There are generally similar treatment choices for schizophrenia and psychosis. If you or a loved one exhibits symptoms of psychosis or schizophrenia, it is important to seek medical attention because early detection and treatment can significantly improve your outlook.

Track 17 : Muscular Dystrophy

Muscle loss and weakness occurs gradually in a group of diseases known as muscular dystrophies. Mutations in the genes of people with muscular dystrophy prevent the body from creating the proteins necessary for healthy muscle growth.

Some forms of muscular dystrophy are distinguished by a particular trait or by the location of the body's first symptoms. Examples include the following:

  • Myotonic dystrophy
  • Facioscapulohumeral (FSHD)
  • Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD)
  • Becker muscular dystrophy (BMD)
  • Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD)
  • Congenital muscular dystrophies (CMD)
  • Emery-Dreiffus muscular dystrophy (EDMD)
  • Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy (LGMD)
  • Oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy (OPMD)

Track 18 : Clinical Neurophysiology

Clinical neurophysiology is a branch of medicine that records bioelectrical activity, whether it is spontaneous or provoked, in order to study the central and peripheral neural systems. It includes both studies on the pathophysiology of disorders affecting the central and peripheral nerve systems as well as clinical techniques for disease diagnosis.

The main diagnostic techniques used in hospitals with clinical neurophysiology capabilities are

  • Electromyography and nerve conduction studies
  • Electroencephalography
  • Evoked potentials
  • Polysomnography
  • Intraoperative monitoring, Intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring


Track 19 : Cognitive Neuroscience and Dementia

The study area of cognitive neuroscience focuses on the neurological bases of mental operations. It overlaps with neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, and physiological psychology and is situated at the intersection of psychology and neuroscience. Cognitive neuroscience investigates how the brain underlies the mental operations that govern our perception, cognition, memory, speech, decision-making, and behavior. In order to understand how neural networks, whole brain structures, and individual brain structures support cognition, action, and behavior, our study examines cognitive and brain models.

Dementia is a term used to describe a group of symptoms that significantly impair daily functioning, including memory, reasoning, and social skills. While there isn't a single illness that causes dementia specifically, a number of illnesses can.

These dementia types include:

  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Vascular dementia
  • Parkinson's disease and other conditions that can cause dementia
  • Dementia with Lewy bodies
  • Frontotemporal dementia (Pick's disease)
  • Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease

Track 20 : Vestibular Disorders

One can maintain the balance when getting out of bed or walking on uneven terrain because to a connection between the inner ear and brain. The vestibular system is responsible for this. A vestibular condition can result from damage to this system caused by disease or trauma.

The most frequently identified vestibular illnesses are

  • Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV),
  • Labyrinthitis or vestibular neuritis,
  • Meniere's disease, and secondary endolymphatic hydrops
  • Acoustic Neuroma
  • Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease
  • Bilateral Vestibular Hypofunction
  • CANVAS Syndrome
  • Cervicogenic Dizziness
  • Cholesteatoma
  • Concussion & Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome (EVAS)
  • General Vestibulopathy

Track 21 :  Psychosomatic Medicine and Sleep Medicine

The study of physical ailments thought to have a psychological basis is known as psychosomatic medicine. Conversion disorder and irritable bowel syndrome are two instances of these conditions. It is well recognised that the interdisciplinary field of sleep medicine has many psychological components. The branch of psychiatry that deals with the psychobiological treatment of those with medical conditions is called psychosomatic medicine. All ages and specialisations are represented in this patient population, including internal medicine, surgery, organ transplantation, and many more. Your doctor may prescribe hypnotics, a type of sleep medication, to shorten the time it takes you to fall asleep. The most popular hypnotic medications are:

Track 22 : Neurodevelopmental Disorder

Neurodevelopmental disorders are a subset of psychological illnesses that affect how the nervous system develops, leading to abnormal brain activity that can impede memory, learning, emotion, and self-control. Neurodevelopmental issues often affect a person for the rest of their life. The majority of people with neurodevelopmental disorders are toddlers, children, and adolescents, however they can also persist into adulthood and sometimes go untreated until a person is an adult.

There are numerous forms of neurodevelopmental disorders; the following list includes some of the most common ones:

  • Attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder (ADHD)
  • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Communication disorders
  • Conduct disorders
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Learning disorders
  • Neurodevelopmental motor disorders


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