Education is a core goal of the NIA through which we aim to inform clinicians, scientists, patients and the general public on the best clinical practices and latest research advances in Neurology, and train the next generation of clinician-scientists through subspecialty Neurology training programs. We aim to provide the highest quality educational experience through up-to-date content that is developed and delivered according to learner-centered educational principles, and hands-on experience.
Education to Specialist Clinicians and Scientists
Fellowship Training Programs
The CBSM TP is a rigorous training program aimed to train the next generation of clinicians and clinician-scientists in Cognitive Behavioral Sleep Medicine. Established in 2020, supervised trainees learn to evaluate and manage the care of patients with neurocognitive disorders and sleep disorders working within our specialty multidisciplinary clinic teams, review , / , and studies of their own patients, participate and present at our weekly journal clubs and patient reviews, and pursue their own research interests in CBSM through mentored guidance as well as participate in ongoing research projects at the Sleep & Memory Center towards pursuing an independent career.
Those interested to apply can email us at email@example.com, together with their CV, a personal statement, and two letters of recommendation.
Continuing Medical Education Activities
Our experts regularly organize conferences, lectures and workshops for colleagues on the latest research and best evidence-based clinical practice guidelines in the field of Neurology, and present their work in national and international conferences. Within the NIA, our members participate in Continuing Medical Education Activities through weekly Journal Club and Literature Review talks, Patient Review Meetings, and quarterly Grand Rounds Conference Talks by expert invited speakers from Greece and abroad.
Education to Patients, Caregivers, and the General Public
Our team of experts provides regular lectures and educational material to patients, their caregivers, and the public at large on the latest research and best clinical practices in Neurology, towards helping people identify early signs of brain disorders in achieving earlier and better therapeutic outcomes, developing caregiver skills to better care for patients, and continuing to live a healthy and purposeful life.