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JNNP's ambition is to publish the most ground-breaking and cutting-edge research from around the world. Encompassing the entire genre of neurological sciences, our focus is on the common disorders (stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, peripheral neuropathy, subarachnoid haemorrhage and neuropsychiatry), but with a keen interest in the Gordian knots that present themselves in the field, such as ALS. * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content o ...
 
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The essential point of Practical Neurology is that it is practical in the sense of being useful for everyone who sees neurological patients and who wants to keep up to date, and safe, in managing them. In other words this is a journal for jobbing neurologists who plough through the tension headaches and funny turns week in and week out.Practical Neurology is included as part of a subscription to JNNP and provided in print to all members of the Association of British Neurologists.* The purpos ...
 
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JNNP Associate Editor, Professor Nick Ward (Queens Square, London) tells us all about the Queen Square Upper Limb Neurorehabilitation programme, and specifically, what clinical gains in chronic stroke patients were observed after high intensity neurorehabilitation. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/jnnp/early/2019/02/14/jnn ...…
 
‘Query encephalitis’ is a common neurological consultation in hospitalised patients. Identifying the syndrome is only part of the puzzle. Although historically encephalitis has been almost synonymous with infection, we increasingly recognise parainfectious or postinfectious as well as other immune-mediated causes. Encephalitis must also be dist ...…
 
JNNP Associate Editor, Professor Nick Ward (Queens Square, London) tells us all about the Queen Square Upper Limb Neurorehabilitation programme, and specifically, what clinical gains in chronic stroke patients were observed after high intensity neurorehabilitation. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/jnnp/early/2019/02/14/jnn ...…
 
A framework to guide general neurologists in the diagnostic reassessment of people with epilepsy and complex neurological problems of unknown cause is discussed in this podcast.Dr Tom Hughes, Practical Neurology Associate Editor, is joined by Dr Lina Nashef (King’s College Hospital, London, UK), the corresponding author of the paper “Investigat ...…
 
The JNNP recently launched the patient editorial board in an effort to drive more meaningful patient outcomes. One of our newly appointment board members, Sharon Roman (Vancouver Canada) discusses why she believes the patient perspective leads to better healthcare and what the patient partnership looks like at the JNNP. Read Sharon’s editorial ...…
 
The JNNP recently launched the patient editorial board in an effort to drive more meaningful patient outcomes. One of our newly appointment board members, Sharon Roman (Vancouver Canada) discusses why she believes the patient perspective leads to better healthcare and what the patient partnership looks like at the JNNP. Read Sharon’s editorial ...…
 
A special edition podcast - based on an essay discussing the value of medical conferences and whether it is time to consider what is gained from these events, and for whom. Emeritus Professor Michael Swash (The Royal London Hospital and Barts and the London School of Medicine) joins Elizabeth Highton to discuss the merits of the medical congres ...…
 
A special edition podcast - based on an essay discussing the value of medical conferences and whether it is time to consider what is gained from these events, and for whom. Emeritus Professor Michael Swash (The Royal London Hospital and Barts and the London School of Medicine) joins Elizabeth Highton to discuss the merits of the medical congres ...…
 
Associate Professor Tomas Kalincik (University of Melbourne, Australia) discusses oral immunotherapies, and what we know about the effects of these treatments on patient relapse and disability. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/2019/01/12/jnnp-2018-319831By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Associate Professor Tomas Kalincik (University of Melbourne, Australia) discusses oral immunotherapies, and what we know about the effects of these treatments on patient relapse and disability. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/2019/01/12/jnnp-2018-319831By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Editor’s Choice: Associate Professor Dr Mario Masellis (University of Toronto) and Assistant Professor Philippe Desmarais (University of Montreal) discuss the complexities of designing trials in frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and how precision medicine might help disentangle this Gordian knot in the future. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp ...…
 
Editor’s Choice: Associate Professor Dr Mario Masellis (University of Toronto) and Assistant Professor Philippe Desmarais (University of Montreal) discuss the complexities of designing trials in frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and how precision medicine might help disentangle this Gordian knot in the future. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp ...…
 
Professor Ammar Al-Chalabi (King’s College London, London, UK) joins Elizabeth Highton (podcast editor) to discuss motor neurone disease, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS, a rapidly progressive illness resulting from the degeneration of both upper and lower motor neurons. Studies have shown that age of onset is younger in peop ...…
 
Professor Ammar Al-Chalabi (King’s College London, London, UK) joins Elizabeth Highton (podcast editor) to discuss motor neurone disease, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS, a rapidly progressive illness resulting from the degeneration of both upper and lower motor neurons. Studies have shown that age of onset is younger in peop ...…
 
We have a good understanding of our risk of developing cancer or heart disease – but what do we know about the risk of developing a common neurological disorder in later-life? Dr. Silvan Licher (Department of Epidemiology, University Medical Center Rotterdam, Netherlands) discusses the lifetime risk of developing dementia, stroke, and Parkinson ...…
 
We have a good understanding of our risk of developing cancer or heart disease – but what do we know about the risk of developing a common neurological disorder in later-life? Dr. Silvan Licher (Department of Epidemiology, University Medical Center Rotterdam, Netherlands) discusses the lifetime risk of developing dementia, stroke, and Parkinson ...…
 
Dr. Michael van Es (University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands) examines whether cognitive and behavioural changes can be seen across the motor neurone disease spectrum, and how this helps inform our understanding of these as multidimensional diseases. Read the editorial commentary by Professor Martin Turner here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/conte ...…
 
Dr. Michael van Es (University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands) examines whether cognitive and behavioural changes can be seen across the motor neurone disease spectrum, and how this helps inform our understanding of these as multidimensional diseases. Read the editorial commentary by Professor Martin Turner here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/conte ...…
 
Do statins increase the risk of intracerebral haemorrhage (ICH) in patients with a previous stroke? Professor David Werring (Stroke Research Centre, UCL Institute Of Neurology, Queen Square, London, UK) joins Elizabeth Highton (JNNP podcast editor) for the first JNNP podcast of 2019. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/1/75…
 
Do statins increase the risk of intracerebral haemorrhage (ICH) in patients with a previous stroke? Professor David Werring (Stroke Research Centre, UCL Institute Of Neurology, Queen Square, London, UK) joins Elizabeth Highton (JNNP podcast editor) for the first JNNP podcast of 2019. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/1/75…
 
The basic principles of B-cell depletion with therapeutic monoclonal antibodies, the available evidence for using rituximab in neurological diseases as well as prescribing advice are discussed in this podcast. Practical Neurology Associate Editor Dr Tom Hughes is joined by Dr Daniel Whittam and Dr Anu Jacob, the authors of the review paper: “Ri ...…
 
Elizabeth Highton (podcast editor) hosts the final JNNP podcast for 2018, an episode on functional improvement after stroke (Dr. Aravind Ganesh, University of Oxford, UK- https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/89/12/1301) and cognitive impairment in functional neurological disorders (Dr. Jeremy Isaacs (St George’s University and Hospital, London, UK - ht ...…
 
Elizabeth Highton (podcast editor) hosts the final JNNP podcast for 2018, an episode on functional improvement after stroke (Dr. Aravind Ganesh, University of Oxford, UK- https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/89/12/1301) and cognitive impairment in functional neurological disorders (Dr. Jeremy Isaacs (St George’s University and Hospital, London, UK - ht ...…
 
What do adult neurologists need to know ahead of the likely licensing of Epidiolex for epilepsy in the UK in 2019? It is quite possible that cannabidiol, currently licensed in the USA for treating rare genetic epilepsies, may open the door for the widespread legalisation of recreational cannabis.Dr Rhys Thomas (Neurologist at the Institute of N ...…
 
Professor Mark Humphries (University of Nottingham, UK) discusses how computational modelling could be a crucial tool in untangling the complexities of diseases like Parkinson’s disease. Can this type of modelling help us understand causes, and eventually lead to treatment options? Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/20 ...…
 
Professor Mark Humphries (University of Nottingham, UK) discusses how computational modelling could be a crucial tool in untangling the complexities of diseases like Parkinson’s disease. Can this type of modelling help us understand causes, and eventually lead to treatment options? Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/20 ...…
 
In collaboration with many different specialists, professions and patient representatives, Mollan et al (2018) have developed the first ever guidelines for the investigation and management of idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH). Senior author, Dr Alexandra Sinclair (University of Birmingham) discusses these with the JNNP podcast editor, ...…
 
In collaboration with many different specialists, professions and patient representatives, Mollan et al (2018) have developed the first ever guidelines for the investigation and management of idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH). Senior author, Dr Alexandra Sinclair (University of Birmingham) discusses these with the JNNP podcast editor, ...…
 
Elizabeth Highton (JNNP Podcast Editor) speaks with Dr. Michelle Farrar (University of New South Wales) discussing nusinersen, the first disease-modifying therapy for spinal muscular atrophy type 1 (SMA). https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/89/9/937By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Elizabeth Highton (JNNP Podcast Editor) speaks with Dr. Michelle Farrar (University of New South Wales) discussing nusinersen, the first disease-modifying therapy for spinal muscular atrophy type 1 (SMA). https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/89/9/937By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Dr. Carlo Rinaldi (University of Oxford) discusses how the traditional view of Kennedy’s disease is evolving, to extend beyond pure motor symptoms. What non-motor features may be present in Kennedy's, and crucially how do they impact on patient's care and management? Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/89/8/808. Helle Stangel ...…
 
Dr. Carlo Rinaldi (University of Oxford) discusses how the traditional view of Kennedy’s disease is evolving, to extend beyond pure motor symptoms. What non-motor features may be present in Kennedy's, and crucially how do they impact on patient's care and management? Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/89/8/808. Helle Stangel ...…
 
Around 20-30% of patients with epilepsy can demonstrate resistance to commonly used medications. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound found in cannabis, which can be used for the treatment of epilepsy, shown to actively modulate seizure activity. Dr Emily Stockings (University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia ) outlines how CBD can be helpful ...…
 
Around 20-30% of patients with epilepsy can demonstrate resistance to commonly used medications. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound found in cannabis, which can be used for the treatment of epilepsy, shown to actively modulate seizure activity. Dr Emily Stockings (University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia ) outlines how CBD can be helpful ...…
 
Is the mesial temporal lobe the seat of psychosis in epilepsy? James Allebone (University of Melbourne, Australia) discusses what neuroimaging can tell us about psychosis in epilepsy. Read the paper here: http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/89/6/611. Patients with epilepsy are often not permitted to drive, but can this change after surgery? Professor J ...…
 
Is the mesial temporal lobe the seat of psychosis in epilepsy? James Allebone (University of Melbourne, Australia) discusses what neuroimaging can tell us about psychosis in epilepsy. Read the paper here: http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/89/6/611. Patients with epilepsy are often not permitted to drive, but can this change after surgery? Professor J ...…
 
Do old habits of screening for potassium channel antibodies stand up to scrutiny? Should clinical neurologists focus on screening for LGI1 and CASPR2 antibodies? Professor Sarosh Irani (John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford) discusses antibody testing, and whether recent evidence calls for a revolution of clinical practice. Read the full paper here: ...…
 
Do old habits of screening for potassium channel antibodies stand up to scrutiny? Should clinical neurologists focus on screening for LGI1 and CASPR2 antibodies? Professor Sarosh Irani (John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford) discusses antibody testing, and whether recent evidence calls for a revolution of clinical practice. Read the full paper here: ...…
 
Valproate is now contraindicated in pregnancy and women of child-bearing potential. The new stipulations from the Coordination Group for Mutual Recognition and Decentralised Procedures-Human (CMDh), a regulatory body representing European Union member states, about the use of valproate in women of child-bearing potential states that “Valproate ...…
 
Patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) often show interest in complementary and alternative medicines, particularly when on long-term anti-inflammatory treatments. Is frankincense a safe and tolerable treatment? Dr Klarissa Stürner (Christian-Albrechts University, Kiel) discuss the pilot trial (conducted at the Institute of Neuroimmunology and M ...…
 
Patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) often show interest in complementary and alternative medicines, particularly when on long-term anti-inflammatory treatments. Is frankincense a safe and tolerable treatment? Dr Klarissa Stürner (Christian-Albrechts University, Kiel) discuss the pilot trial (conducted at the Institute of Neuroimmunology and M ...…
 
Quality of life (QoL) is one of the most important outcomes for chronic diseases, although it remains remarkably difficult to quantify. Dr. Thomas Draak (Maastricht University, The Netherlands) discusses his new questionnaire, and how it aims to capture the patient’s perspective. Read the full paper here: http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/jnnp/early/ ...…
 
Quality of life (QoL) is one of the most important outcomes for chronic diseases, although it remains remarkably difficult to quantify. Dr. Thomas Draak (Maastricht University, The Netherlands) discusses his new questionnaire, and how it aims to capture the patient’s perspective. Read the full paper here: http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/jnnp/early/ ...…
 
Recent research has indicated that being married is associated with a reduced risk of dementia. What is it about marriage? Dr Andrew Sommerlad (University College London) discusses this question and more. Read the full paper here: http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/2017/10/30/jnnp-2017-316274By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Recent research has indicated that being married is associated with a reduced risk of dementia. What is it about marriage? Dr Andrew Sommerlad (University College London) discusses this question and more. Read the full paper here: http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/2017/10/30/jnnp-2017-316274By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Atherosclerosis is a major contributor to increased risk of stroke. Our patient’s choice, Professor Peter Kelly (University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland) discusses the evidence base implicating inflammation as a key process in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, leading to thromboembolic events. Read the full paper here: http://jnnp.bmj.com ...…
 
Atherosclerosis is a major contributor to increased risk of stroke. Our patient’s choice, Professor Peter Kelly (University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland) discusses the evidence base implicating inflammation as a key process in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, leading to thromboembolic events. Read the full paper here: http://jnnp.bmj.com ...…
 
People with multiple sclerosis (MS) use complementary and alternative treatments (CAM), but what does the evidence say? Patient’s Choice, Professor Bruce Taylor (University of Tasmania) discusses the modern evidence for CAM use. Read the paper here: http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/89/1/34.What roles do nodes and paranodes play in complex neuropathi ...…
 
People with multiple sclerosis (MS) use complementary and alternative treatments (CAM), but what does the evidence say? Patient’s Choice, Professor Bruce Taylor (University of Tasmania) discusses the modern evidence for CAM use. Read the paper here: http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/89/1/34.What roles do nodes and paranodes play in complex neuropathi ...…
 
Despite the prevalence of the disease, neurologists and psychiatrists can be wary of treating patients with functional neurological disorder (FND). Assistant Professor David Perez (Massachusetts General Hospital, USA) discusses how FND sits between neurological and psychiatric disciplines, the relationship between poor health status and affecti ...…
 
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