Since its founding in 2013, the Clinical TMS Society has always been committed to advancing Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy in the United States and around the world.
On the 10-11th of February, more than 40 attendees from eight countries participated in the first International PULSES course at Chandos House in London, UK. PULSES is a two day introductory course for new and prospective TMS users. Day one consisted of several lectures from esteemed faculty including Clinical TMS Society President Michelle Cochran, MD, Linda Carpenter, MD and the man many refer to as the father of TMS, Dr. Mark George. Mohamed Abdelghani conluded the lectures with a presentation on TMS in the NHS and private practice. The day concluded with an exam and a reception to celebrate the days accomplishments with TMS pioneer Anthony Barker posing with attendees and talking about how developed the first TMS device.
Day two began with a question and answer session with the Faculty. After the Q&A session, attendees had the ability to participate in a hands on TMS device training session. Faculty members and attendees split up among four TMS devices: Brainsway, Magstim, MagVenture & Neurostar.
Did you miss out on PULSES – London? Don’t worry, spots are still available for the next PULSES course in New York on May 11, 2018 at the Brooklyn Marriott. Register online here.