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Fifth International Masterclass

Fifth International Master Class

of the
German Center for Vertigo
and Balance Disorders
and the
European Dizzinet

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Diagnosis and treatment of peripheral,
central and functional vestibular disorders

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 University Hospital Munich
Großhadern Campus
Lecture Hall VIII
11 – 12 October
2019
(Friday and Saturday)

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Dear Colleagues,
This Fifth International Master Class of the German Center for Vertigo and Balance Disorders and the European DIZZYNET on vestibular, ocular motor and balance disorders covers the whole field of peripheral, central and functional vestibular disorders. The basis for the diagnosis of vestibular syndromes is a profound understanding of the physiology and pathophysiology of the vestibular system and its examination. Therefore, on day one these topics and the most frequent peripheral, central and functional vestibular diseases are covered by plenary talks, also on the basis of their new classification by the Bárány Society.

On day two there are 90 min clinical hands-on courses in small groups on how to take patient history, to perform the bedside examination of the vestibular and ocular motor system and on how to use and apply important laboratory examinations such as the video-head impulse test, vestibular-evoked myogenic potentials or posturography. Further, practical courses on the treatment of BPPV and on vestibular rehabilitation are given.

We are very delighted to welcome three international speakers: Jeffrey Staab, Christian Chabbert and Dara Meldrum.

This Educational Master Class has two major aims: first, increasing knowledge and improving practical skills; second discussing and establishing international standards for the management of dizzy patients.


M. Strupp M.Dieterich A. Zwergal T. Brandt


 

Program     Friday, 11.10.2019

12:30

Welcome and introduction
M. Strupp, M. Dieterich, A. Zwergal, T. Brandt

12:50

Vestibulo-ocular reflex: basic anatomy and physiology
Hans Straka

13:10

Pharmacology of the vestibular system
Christian Chabbert

13:30

Laboratory examinations of the vestibular and ocular motor systems:
Which are necessary?
Erich Schneider

13:50

Vertigo in the emergency room
 Andreas Zwergal

14:10

Peripheral vestibular disorders, including their new classification
Michael Strupp

14:50

Vestibular rehabilitation
Dara Meldrum

15:20 Coffee break until 16:00
16:00

Central vestibular disorders, including vestibular migraine 
Marianne Dieterich

16:40

Functional dizziness
Jeffrey Staab

17:20

Spatial orientation and navigation
Thomas Brandt

17:40-
18:00
Discussion with all speakers
Questions can be submitted in advance in writing or  
by e-mail (Sabine.Esser@med.uni-muenchen.de).

 

Program          Saturday, 12.10.2019

Practical courses

08:40                         Participants meet in front of Lecture Hall VIII

09:00 – 10:30             1st block of courses

10:30 – 11:00            Coffee break

11:00 – 12:30             2nd block of courses

Information

Time:                           
Friday, 11.10.2019:      12:30 - 18:30
Saturday, 12.10.2019  08:40 - 12:30

Organizer:
German Center for Vertigo and Balance Disorders, University Hospital Munich, Großhadern Campus, 81377 Munich, and the European Dizzynet

Lectures (Friday):                 
Lecture Hall VIII, Level 2

Courses (Saturday):      Meet at 8:40 in front of Lecture Hall III

Attendance fee:          

  • 110.00 for doctors (MD of PhD) and engineers
  • 60.00 for orthoptists, physical therapists and medical technicians

Course fees:                  On Saturday at 9:00 and 11:00

  • €55.00 per course for doctors (MD of PhD) and engineers
  • 40.00 per course for orthoptists, physical therapists and medical technicians

All-inclusive package:   Lectures on Friday plus 2 courses on Saturday:

  • €210.00 for doctors
  • €130.00 for orthoptists physical therapists and medical technicians

Registration:          

Online registration


E-mail:  

Katie. Goettlinger@med.uni-muenchen.de
Sabine.Esser@med.uni-muenchen.de
Corinna.Mader@med.uni-muenchen.de               

How to find Klinikum Großhadern:

By car: Adress for your satnav:
Marchioninistrasse 15, 81377 München

By train and/or U-Bahn: From Hauptbahnhof, take the S-Bahn to Marienplatz or the U1 or U2 to Sendlinger Tor. Then change to the U-Bahn and take the U6 all the way to Klinikum Großhadern.

By plane: Take the S-Bahn (S1 or S8) to Marienplatz. Then change to the U-Bahn and take the U6 all the way to Klinikum Großhadern.

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