The 2017 annual meeting will be this year in Magdalen college on the 21st-22nd of September.

The theme this year will be new frontiers in Botulinum toxin indications;

The use of Botulinum toxin in pain, bladder, tics, and as an early treatment in dystonia will be presented.

There will one basic science lecture on “how basic science can help injectors”;

This meeting will inaugurate a new format with  clinical practical session all Friday afternoon with lesson learnt from patients and a Neurotoxin club with longer video-session to allow members to present interesting cases or injection techniques.

To book  a place click here\

The fees are £80 for consultant and associate specialist and £50 for nurse and physiotherapist. The fees include the attendance to the meeting, the dinner, breakfast and lunch as well as the room for the night in the college.

 The BNN 2017 programme.

Thursday 21 September

17.00 Registration and Refreshments Chair Dr Sunil Wimalaratna, Oxford

17.25 Welcome

17.30 How basic science can help injectors to optimise treatment -Dr Bernard Poulain, Directeur de Recherche au CNRS, Institute for Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences, CNRS and University of Strasbourg, France

18.15 Cervical dystonia, a therapeutic emergency? -Dr Marie-Helene Marion, London 19.00 Pre Dinner Reception –Magdalen College Cloisters and Old Kitchen Bar

19.30 Dinner -Magdalen College Dining Hall

Friday 22 September Chair Dr Marie-Helene Marion, London

9.00 Botulinum toxin for neurogenic bladder and beyond –Mr Dudley Robinson, Consultant Urogynaecologist, Kings College Hospital, London

9.30 Botulinum toxin, a new painkiller! -Dr Daniele Ranoux, Consultant Neurologist, CHU Dupuytren, Limoges, France 10.00BNN Matters -BNN Board Members

10.30 Refreshment Break ChairDr Miles Humberstone , Nottingham

11:00 The psychological impact of Botulinum toxin–Dr Michael Lewis, Reader of Psychology, Cardiff

11.30 Windows into cervical dystonia using ultrasound? –Dr Christopher Kobylecki, Consultant Neurologist, Greater Manchester Neurosciences Centre, Salford

12.00 Toxin for tics –Dr Peter Moore, Consultant Neurologist, The Walton Centre, Liverpool

12.30 Lunch and Group Photo Friday Afternoon “Neurotoxin Club”

14.30 Lessons learned from Patients –Dr Sunil Wimalaratna, Oxford

15.00 Video Session demonstrating clinical cases and injection techniques -Dr Tim Harrower, Exeter

16.30 Close