4th International Conference on Functional Neurological Disorders

South Station T StopConference postponed until 2022

So that everyone may attend safely, the FNDS Board of Directors postponed the 4th International Conference until 2022, dates to be determined.

Those who registered for the 2020 Conference received a refund to the same payment method.  All submitted cases and abstracts are withdrawn, however authors are encouraged to submit for 2022.

Thank you for your support of the FNDS.

About the Conference

This multi-disciplinary conference brings together leading international experts, from a range of backgrounds including neurology, physiology, psychiatry, psychology and ethics. The conference is suitable for anyone wanting to improve their clinical skills in this area as well as those with a research interest in this fascinating and evolving topic.

Functional disorders are the second commonest reason for a referral to a neurologist. The International Conference covers all functional neurological disorders, adding sessions on symptoms such as dizziness, speech and cognitive symptoms. The inaugural functional movement disorder meeting took place in 2004, with meetings to follow in 2009 and 2017, with supplemental standalone meetings on non-epileptic seizures.

Please visit our additional pages for information on abstract and case submission, registration, and accommodations.