P-CNS - Primary Care Neurology Society
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Welcome to the Primary Care Neurology Society, the only UK society established for primary care professionals with an interest in neurology.


Favourite articles of 2015

In case you missed some of the 2015 Newsletters, and before we get engrossed into a new year click here to read about our readers favourite article and also other news in January's newslestter. You will be able to access previous e-news bulletins from the same link.

Key Activities


Neurosymptoms - a guide to functional and dissociative neurological symptoms

Website written by a neurologist with a special interest in these problems which aims to give a better understanding of these symptoms.


Neurodigest is a supplement to the renowned ACNR journal for both primary care and community care professionals with an interest in neurology and rehabilitation. It offer a quick overview of key areas of relevant to everyday practice. The second issue has just been released.

Mild Traumatic Head Injury: How Primary Care can make a difference

An afternoon, seminar, with the expert team from the Wolfson Rehabilitation Centre. This is an ideal opportunity for primary care practitioners to refresh their knowledge and skills in managing people living with a mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).


ebrain is a world first, and represents the largest, most comprehensive web-based training multimedia facility in clinical neurosciences to support both training and Continuous Professional Development for those working in relevant fields.


Fast Facts
The Fast Facts books are an excellent resource for any primary care professionals, providing clear and relevant information both to healthcare professionals. Included in this series are the books on Parkinson's and epilepsy. If you wish to read the reviews provided by Dr Alistair Church (Parkinson's) and Dr Karen Lanyon (Epilepsy) click on the links below.


Videos from recent P-CNS events have been added to the website. These include presentations from the workshop on Parkinson's lead by Dr Tom Britton and Headaches lead by Dr Andy Dowson.