A full list of ebrain sessions is available here.  To access the sessions available in each category, click the image icons below:


Clinical Examination

Basic principles of neurological history taking and examination

Neurological Issues

Neurological consequences of systemic and general medical disorders

Surgical Principles and Techniques

Help with using equipment or certain approaches

Neuroradiology Principles

Core radiology principles and more advanced techniques


Headache and Facial Pain

Acute and chronic headache management including trigeminal neuralgia

Ischaemic Vascular Disease

Ischaemic stroke, including epidemiology, diagnosis, acute and preventative management

Haemorrhagic Vascular Disease

Haemorrhagic stroke, subarachnoid haemorrhage and vascular anomalies

Head Injury Management

Head injury management, surgery, intensive care and rehabilitation


Transient Loss of Consciousness

Epilepsy management, syncope and acute symptomatic seizures

Neurological Infections

Diagnosis and management of viral, bacterial, parasitic and prion diseases affecting the brain, spinal cord and surrounding structures


Multiple sclerosis, ADEM, Devic’s, autoimmune encephalopaties, and neurological complications of systemic inflammatory and autoimmune disorders

Degenerative Diseases

Alzheimer’s disease, dementia with Lewy bodies, frontotemporal dementia, cerebro-vascular disease and uncommon conditions including prion disease


Movement Disorders

Parkinsonian syndromes, dystonia, tremor, chorea, tics, myoclonus, cerebellar disorders and others

Neuromuscular Disorders

Disorders of muscle and peripheral nerve including myasthenia gravis and motor neurone disease

Coma and Sleep Disorders

Hypoxic-ischaemic brain injury, metabolic encephalopathies and disorders of sleep


Visual failure, diplopia, pupillary abnormalities, nystagmus and ptosis. Optic nerve, chiasmal, cavernous sinus and orbital diseases


Neuro-Otology Conditions

Dizziness, vertigo and hearing loss, Meniere’s disease and benign positional vertigo, falls in the elderly and disorders of taste and smell

Autonomic Nervous System

Autonomic failure, primary and secondary including Parkinson’s disease and specifically neural control of bladder, bowel and sexual function

Traumatic Spinal Injury

This module includes sessions on acute  and longer term spinal injury including spinal cord injury management

Elective Spinal Disease

Degenerative spinal disease, atlantoaxial subluxation, spondylolisthesis and spondylitis


Tumours and Cysts

High grade, low grade, benign and non-neoplastic mass lesions of the brain and spine in adults and children

Hydrocephalus and CSF

Hydrocephalus, chiari malformations and syringomyelia in adults and children

Spinal and Neuro-Rehabilitation

Occupational therapy, physiotherapy, spasticity management, maximising independence.

Neuropsychiatry Conditions

Neuropsychiatry of epilepsy, neurodevelopmental and functional disorders


Spinal Tumours

Acute spinal injury management including spinal cord injury management both acutely and in the longer term.  

Spinal Trauma

Acute spinal injury management including spinal cord injury management both acutely and in the longer term. There are some complimentary sessions in the rehabilitation module. 


The main topics of neuropsychology, including reviews of the functional anatomy of the human brain, guidelines for cognitive assessment and summaries of the main cognitive and behavioural syndromes