THIS IS AN IN_PERSON MEETING ONLY
The South of England Neurosciences Association holds two meetings annually delivering high quality, continuing medical educational and professional development to healthcare professionals in the neurosciences, and to provide a forum for networking and collaboration.
The meeting is approved by the Royal College of Physicians for up to 6 CPD credits.
SENA invites the Consultants, Registrars and Fellows at all hospitals related to the major Neuroscience Centres in South of England; namely:
Healthcare professionals and students in the neurosciences and related disciplines and subspecialities of these regions are also welcome to register.
In-person SENA attendance is currently restricted to the clinicians, consultants, registrars and fellows of SENA affiliated institutions above.
SENA is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) registered in England & Wales [Charity No.1198001]. Our mission is to encourage professional contacts between clinicians and clinical neuroscientists in the South and South East of England for educational and didactic activities; to deliver high quality, continuing medical educational and professional development to healthcare professionals in the neurosciences, and to provide a forum for networking and collaboration.
Unfortunately there is no on-site parking, plus the parking immediately outside the Guildhall has a 1 hour time limit. Car parking near to the Guildhall Winchester is available at:Chesil St Multi Storey Car Park https://maps.app.goo.gl/RH22CbxhETRFbNnB8)
The Guildhall Winchester sits on the historic broadway situated at the heart of one of England's most beautiful historic cities, a short walk from its many local attractions, shops and the spectacular Winchester Cathedral.
The building has a long history, with the original building's construction being completed in 1873, and is used partially for Council offices and public meetings as well as Winchester's largest multi-use venue. Following immediate closure from the Covid-19 pandemic, the Guildhall has returned to its historic roots housing HM Courts and Tribunal service as a Nightingale Law Court.