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The third event in the European Course in Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy (ECMINT) teaching series, themed on treatments for 'Stroke', will take place this December in Oxford.

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The four-day residential course includes teaching of generic principle common to all forms of minimally therapies and particularly to endovascular treatments.

There are places available for 60 students and those interested can find more information on the programme linked below. Registration for returning students opens in early August and for new registrations in early September.

Download the programme.

New attendees can enquire by emailing the course organisers on onnru@nds.ox.ac.uk.

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