General Information

International Basic Neurosurgery Course is designed for residents in training and junior neurosurgeons. These consist of four annual courses, covering the key topics of Vascular Neurosurgery, Tumor, Neurotrauma/Functional, and Spine/Peripheral Nerves. Hence, the course cycle will take four years to complete. Specific course features include up to 10 hours of daily lectures, nearly 100 topics in each course. 

I Neurotrauma & Functional Neurosurgery  March, 2012
II Neuro-oncology March, 2013
III Spine & Peripheral Nerve Surgery March, 2014
IV Neurovascular Surgery April, 2015

I Neurotrauma & Functional Neurosurgery  April, 2016
II Neuro-oncology  March, 2017
III Spine & Peripheral Nerve Surgery  
IV Neurovascular Surgery  

Smart casual during scientific sessions and social activities 

Meeting Venue
The International Basic Neurosurgery Course will be held at Papillon Ayscha Hotelbetween the dates of 15 - 19 March 2017 in Belek - Antalya / Turkey

Meeting Language
The official language of the meeting is English

Letter of Invitation
Upon request, the organization secretariat will be pleased to send a personal invitation to all participants to facilitate visa and other formalities who has completed the registration process. This letter should not be considered as an offer of financial support from the organizers

Certificate of Attendance
A certificate of attendance will be presented to all registered participants.
Participants, which attend all courses of term, can qualify for certificate of attendance. It is not important in which term they complete all courses. 

The average temperature in Antalya during March is 20˚C during daytime.

Passports & Visas
A valid passport is required for entry to Turkey. Citizens of a country which requires a visa for entry to Turkey are strongly advised 
to make their application in their home country at least one month before the intended date of travel. If in doubt, information can be obtained from your nearest Turkish Embassy or 

The current in Turkey is 220 volts 50 Hz.

If your mobile phone does support such feature, your mobile phone shall automatically select the GSM operator. Public telephones operate with tokens or cards, sold at post offices or some booths. Through some of the public phones, there is access to AT&T and some other telecommunication networks - please check with your operator for the latest information. Fax messages can be sent from major post offices, or from the hotel. 

The currency in Turkey is Turkish Lira (TL), but US Dollar and Euro can be used for shopping.

Business & Banking
Offices and banks are generally open 9:00 AM to 5:00, PM Monday to Friday, with a break between 12:00 to 1:30 PM