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The Functional Neurological Forum is a new idea to help bring together health professionals internationally who work with patients with functional disorders seen in neurological settings such as
- Functional Movement Disorders
eg Functional Tremor/Functional Dystonia
- Dissociative (non-epileptic) Seizures/Attacks
- Functional Visual Problems
- and others....
What is the forum for?
This forum was started in February 2015 by a multidisciplinary group consisting of Neurology, Physiotherapy, Neuropsychiatry, Occupational Therapy and Neuropsychology
At present we would like to collect contact details from health professionals to inform them of
1. Meetings specifically about Functional Neurological Disorders
2. Documents and news that may be important to developing services
Can patients and carers join too?
We would also like to include patients who would be interested in working with health professionals in this area.
This is not however a site for patients to obtain information about their condition
If you are a patient looking for information please click on Links for further information
How do I sign up?
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SIGN UP TO THE FORUM PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM OPPOSITE
How do I take my name off the mailing list?
Please use the messages in the email to unsubscribe
Is the mailing list secure? Who will have access to it? Will I be spammed?
Your details will not be shared with others. The mailing list can only be accessed by the people listed below who started the forum. The mailing
Is anyone making any money from this?
No. There are no commercial interests at all
Welcome to the Functional Neurological Forum
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Functional Neurological Forum was started by
Jon Stone, Neurologist, Edinburgh, UK
Glenn Nielsen, Neurophysiotherapist, London, UK
Alan Carson, Neuropsychiatrist, Edinburgh, UK
Bridget Mildon, from www.fndhope.org
Sue Humblestone, Occupational Therapist, London, UK
Lesley Morton, Nursing, London UK
Steph Howlett, Psychotherapist, Sheffield, UK
Jason Price, Neuropsychologist, South Tees, UK
Tim Nicholson, Neuropsychiatrist, London, UK