Controversies in Neurology Barcelona 2010 Plenary 1

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1. Expert Panel

1.1. A. Gil-Nagel

1.1.1. Spain

1.1.2. Author on pubmed

1.1.2.1. Link to Papers by this author

1.1.2.2. Link to free papers by this author

1.2. A.D. Korczyn

1.2.1. University of Tel Aviv

1.2.2. Israel

1.2.3. Author on pubmed

1.2.3.1. Link to Papers by this author

1.2.3.2. Most recent free papers at: www.neurologytraining. eu

1.3. W.W. Zhang

1.3.1. China

1.3.2. Host of the 5th CONy, Beijing China, 4th-7th of October

1.3.3. Author on pubmed

1.3.3.1. Link to Papers by this author

1.3.3.2. Most recent free papers at: www.neurologytraining. eu

2. Topics

2.1. Neuro-epistemology: RCTs are the gold standard in neurorehabilitation

2.1.1. Yes: V. Homberg, Germany

2.1.1.1. Link to Mindmap

2.1.2. No: D. Muresanu, Romania

2.1.2.1. Link to Mindmap

2.1.3. Commentator: K. Von Wild, Germany

2.1.3.1. Link to Mindmap

2.1.4. Neuro-epistemology

2.1.4.1. = theory of knowledge

2.1.4.1.1. what is knowledge?

2.1.4.1.2. how is knowledge acquired?

2.1.4.1.3. what do people know?

2.1.4.1.4. how do we know what we know?

2.2. Can Anti-inflammatory drugs benefit neurodegenerative diseases?

2.2.1. Yes: M. Schwartz, Israel

2.2.1.1. Link to Mindmap

2.2.2. No: A. Ludolph, Germany

2.2.2.1. Ulm, Germany

2.2.2.2. Link to mindmap

3. Meeting notes by

3.1. Paul de Roos

3.1.1. www.twitter.com/paulderoos

3.1.2. www.paulderoos.com

3.2. Mindmap hosted on

3.2.1. www.neurologytraining.eu

3.2.1.1. Twitter:

3.2.1.1.1. www.twitter.com/trainneurology

3.3. Meeting

3.3.1. Controversies in Neurology

3.3.1.1. Linkt to website

3.3.2. Meeting Overview mindmap

3.3.2.1. Link to mindmap