Weather in Nagoya
It is getting hot and humid so please come to the venue in business casual attire without necktie.
Neonatal seizures, neonatal brain injuries, neurophysiology, structural and functional neuroimaging, genetics, diagnosis of neonatal seizures, seizure semiology, neonatal neuroprotection, antiepileptic treatment, hypothermia, automated seizure detection, fetal ultrasonography, and others
Pediatricians, neonatologists, neurologists, epileptologists, neurosurgeons, basic and clinical researchers who are interested in epilepsy, neonatal care, and neonatal neuroprotection
To visit Japan, you must carry a valid passport. A visa is required for citizens of countries which do not have visa-exempt agreements with Japan. Please contact the nearest Japanese Embassy or Consulate for visa application. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan: http://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/index.html
The temperature in late May can be slightly on the higher side but getting cool day by day in Nagoya. Consider bring light clothes and a jacket since meeting room temperatures and personal comfort levels vary. Average temperature in June in Nagoya: Average 23.4 °C, Highest 28.1 °C, Lowest 19.6 °C
Japanese yen cash or major credit cards are acceptable at regular stores and restaurants.
Electric current is uniformly 100 volts, AC, throughout Japan.
Official Certificate for Attendance and CME Points
An official certificate for attendance at ISS 2 0 1 9 will be prepared for all participants. To Japanese colleagues, authorized CME units will be rewarded by three societies as following CME Points.
|Japan Epilepsy Society||5u||20u||0u|
|Japanese Society of Child Neurology||8u||4u||1u|
max sum up to 12 units
All participants and accompanying persons should be responsible for their own medical, accident and other necessary insurance.