The Tournament of the Minds is a unique opportunity for WCN 2021 participants to interact with colleagues, test intellectual tenacity, and demonstrate national pride, all while competing in country teams. As such, the aim of the Tournament of the Minds is to provide an experience that is both educational and entertaining for participants, integrating various aspects of neurology. This is the eighth time the Tournament has been organized by the World Federation of Neurology at a World Neurology Congress.
Based on previous Tournaments, we know that this dynamic and enjoyable activity enriches the Congress for all participants – both professionally and socially.
WFN member societies are invited to enter a team of 4 neurologists in the Tournament. Teams will compete with each other in a knockout competition, to answer questions on a range of neurological topics based on clinical cases from around the world; the questions will focus on visual material, videos and stills, with a minimum of text.
Please contact the Congress Secretariat via the contact us form on the website, stating:
- the full names of all members of your team,
- the email addresses of all members of your team,
- the country you will be representing at the Tournament,
- the Team Leader(please note that all team members must be fully registered to the Congress in order to participate in the Tournament of the Minds.)
Or contact the president of the relevant local Member Society who is responsible for coordinating national teams.
For more details on Member Societies, please visit: http://www.wfneurology.org/member-societies
Guidelines to enter:
- WFN members societies are invited to enter a team of up to 4 neurologists.
All teams will first take part in a Qualifying Round. The 8 teams that achieve the highest scores will progress to a Semi-Final Round and compete in two groups of 4 teams, with the winners of each group advancing to the Final.
There will be one team per country but, where there are a limited number of neurologists, a team may consist of nationals from more than one country. Congress organizers hope that the Tournament will attract many competitors from all participating countries.