Teaching centers of the World Federation of Neurology – A concept to provide training resources from within

      Neurologic education is one of the main goals of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN). Educated and well trained neurologists improve global care in neurology. Education is conventionally classified into pre-graduate (medical school) education, residency and fellowship training, and continuing medical education.
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