Treat all congress participants with respect and dignity.
As an academic medical Society, the EPNS focuses on amelioration of neurological care for children and their families, research and education. Our Society welcomes all nations with respect in the international exchange of science.
As an EPNS congress participant you are expected to:
Treat all congress participants politely and considerately, respect their views even if you don’t agree with them.
Act without discrimination, whether on grounds of age, race, sex, disability, religion, or belief, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy and parenthood, sexual orientation, gender reassignment or perceived economic worth.
If the EPNS discovers a participant has violated any of the EPNS Code of Conduct requirements, the participant will be immediately asked to leave the EPNS event. The
participant could be barred from EPNS activities in the future. The EPNS may choose to terminate any EPNS membership status and the EPNS reserves the right to inform the participant’s relevant regularity office of any action taken.
To participate in the EPNS congress, the EPNS Code of Conduct must be read, understood, and accepted.