8th International Conference on Case Reports 2018

Greetings from London!!

Euroscicon Ltd proudly presents the “8th International Conference on Case Reports, 2018” to be held on May 28-29, 2018 at London, UK.
This year’s theme is “Clinical and Medical Case Reports that pave way for an advanced healthcare”
Please visit the Conference website for more details : http://casereports.euroscicon.com/
We invite you to submit your abstracts under the following tracks:

Case Reports on Dentistry
Case Reports in Ophthalmology
Pediatrics Case Reports
Cardiology Case Reports
Neurology Case Reports
Human pathology Case Reports
Oncology Case Reports
Case Reports on Drug Interactions
Case Reports on Public and Mental Health
Obstetrics and Gynecology Case Reports
Surgery Case Reports
Medical Genetics Case Reports
Medicine Case Reports
Proctology Case Reports
Radiology Case Reports
Case Reports in Endocrinology and Diabetes
Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Case Reports
You can also submit any new research in the related fields above pertaining to : any unexpected associations between diseases and symptoms, any new disease in the course of observing or treating a patient, therapeutic approaches to treat a disease and findings that shed new light to the possible pathogenesis of a disease.

Best Poster Awards
Best Young Researcher Award

Walkie Talkie Tower Climb

Sprint to the summit of one of London’s most recognisable landmarks, 20 Fenchurch Street, affectionately known as the ‘Walkie Talkie’ building and raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.

Feel the burn over 36 floors and 828 steps before being rewarded at the top with a glass of fizz and spectacular 360-degree views of London from the Sky Garden.

The Cruising Garden

The Cruising Garden is becoming a multidisciplinary event . It started as a performative installation but at its fourth edition it is giving equal value and space to the performance art, installation art and video screenings .
The Cruising Garden is interested in poetry, politics, the imaginative the conceptual…. the various and divers lenses through which culture and society is being observed, experienced and investigated.
The present curatorial concept is to unfold a Triptych of events concerning (non)-gendered explorations and experiences of lived dimensions of ”Reality” under the overarching theme ”Embodiments’ Poetics and Politics ” .
The Part I of the Triptych is taking place on the 1st of March 2018 under The Railway Arch No.5 on Bohemia Place, off Mare Street, near Hackney Central in a new ephemeral venue .

Artists that will take part in the upcoming event :


Bahar Borna Faraz’ practice takes a critical and at the same time personal view of social, political and cultural issues. In her practice, she challenges her gender, the social roles that society has been imposing on her as a woman and as an Iranian. She challenges the social norms from a female point of view. She tries to understand her body and to use is in a therapeutic way to conquer the difficulties that she has experienced in her life.


Manon Aquilina is a performance and a visual artist. Their practice usually uncovers taboo subjects. They are interested in what Carl Jung described as the shadow self as well as in issues of gender and sexuality. The piece that will be performed at The Cruising Garden features as a part of a bigger project in which the artist uses their own menstrual blood as well as the blood of others, as a medium, in order to raise awareness of the oppression of the feminine.


Yani B is interested in the body as expression and manifestation of culture, ideology, gender, sexuality, social ethics and collective aspirations. She lives in London, loves contradictions and despises assumptions and horseradish.


Rosie Gibbens uses performances and videos to set up unlikely collaborations between her body and everyday objects. Ordinary functions of tools are rejected and their fetishistic qualities unearthed in attempt to destabilise learned compartmentalism between the erotic and mundane. She explores the politics of sex and power, playing with clichés of femininity and daring the viewer to adopt a voyeuristic gaze. Rosie questions what it means to demand to be looked at, in a society where women’s idealised bodies are often vehicles for commodity promotion. She hopes to simultaneously amuse and unsettle the viewer.



Do Not Question Yourself Out Of Existence Collective with an installation art
Various artists whose videos will be screened still to be confirmed

Full Moon Steam Circle & Gong Bath

It’s time to step into the sacred circle of sisterhood once again and embrace the beauty of our feminine power

​Sister, I’d like to do something different this time round and invite you to join me…close your eyes and imagine you’re:

* surrounded by like-minded women
* in a safe space free of any judgement
* inhaling the lovely scents of burning oils and incense
* under the gaze of the powerful moon and her many stars
* laughing, shedding tears of joy and more as you learn about natural womb care

That may seem a bit much but just take a deeeeep breath in and slowly release it. Feels good right….can you also imagine, practically feel, a soft breeze lightly dancing across your skin…? This isn’t something I just made up or some romantic poetry – it’s real, and coming to you!

Sister circles are not some old, forgotten notion or a fad – they’re real, important and needed now more than ever. They’re spaces for us to talk about some real (excuse my French, but) *ish: the harassment we deal with on a daily basis, how to overcome sexism in the workplace, learn more about our bodies, have the conversations with each other that our mothers never had with us and so much more! Did you know, I actually switched from those bleach and chemical-filled pad to the menstrual cups and learnt more about my cycle from a sister circle?! That’s a conversation I definitely didn’t have with my mother and I bet many of you can say the same too. That’s why we need these spaces, these gatherings; they’re also great spaces for us to just be and enjoy who we are.

It’s because of this that I invite to you to join me….​

In this workshop, complete with a gong-bath ceremony under the Full Moon, we’ll learn about the ancient, natural health ritual that is Yoni Steaming! Bring your crystals and sacred objects so we can build our very own altar, intentions and get ready to connect with the very essence of your womanhood and fellow sisters.

You’ll be gently guided through, step-by-step to explore its many benefits, the Yoni and surrounding structures, even blend your own herbs and more.

You also get 2 post-workshop calls via Skype (details/link will be sent post-workshop)

Please bring a blanket, comfortable clothing and wear a long dress/skirt.

When booking your ticket please make sure you choose from the times for the workshop you’d like to attend. Looking forward to connecting with you!

And one last thing……refunds are not given so please make sure you have checked the date of your period so that you’re not one when this workshop takes place.

PLEASE NOTE: You cannot take part in this workshop if you are/think you are pregnant, on your period or have a coil/IUD

The Event Production Show 2018

Event Production Show 2018 – 28th Feb – 1st March – 9.30am onwards – Olympia, London.

The Event Production Show 2018

Event organisers from events of all shapes and sizes attend EPS each year for innovation, inspiration and the wow factor! The next show will be 28 February & 1 March 2018 at Olympia, London.

At the heart of the show is the renowned exhibition, which showcases over a hundred of industry’s best suppliers. A visit to EPS enables attendees to plan the entirity of their next event. Attend for discovery – organisers of leading events are inspired by the opportunities introduced to them on the show floor.

Running alongside the exhibition, EPS boasts a comprehensive and thought-provoking seminar programme. The diverse content includes keynotes, panels and workshops, which provide solutions to some of the key challenges faced by organisers.

EPS supports its visitors in planning, organising and implementating successful events.

The London Bike Show 2018

The London Bike Show 2018 – 23rd -25th February – ExCel London.

The London Bike Show


The London Bike Show returns to ExCeL, London from February 23 – 25, 2018, promising a great day out for cyclists or anyone looking to get more active on 2 wheels.

Explore the latest bikes and special offers from the biggest and best cycling brands across all disciplines and budgets, meet special guests and experts, ride our test track and enjoy high flying action from the world’s best freestyle mountain bike riders, plus much more!

What’s on
From the latest, high-end road bikes to high flying mountain bike action from some of the world’s best athletes, the London Bike Show promises a great day out for all.

Plus, your ticket will also give you access to the neighbouring Triathlon Show: London and The Telegraph Travel Show events – offering great value for money and loads to see and do.

See you there at the The London Bike Show 2018!

Show Itinerary

Vinyl Market at Old Spitalfields Market

Vinyl Market at Old Spitalfields Market – 16th Februray – 10.00am – 5.00pm – Old Spitalfields Market, London

Vinyl Market at Old Spitalfields Market

The digital revolution is all very nice but you can’t beat a nice bit of pressed vinyl. There’s no better place to find it than the Friday Vinyl Market.

Considered the best market in the South for rare and collectable vintage vinyl, as well as some of the new stuff.

Sourced by the UK’s most dedicated and knowledgeable vinyl hunters, all musical styles are catered for from obscure psychedelic 60’s to 90’s New York hip hop. Browse alongside the great and good of rock n roll, who come to here each week in search of the retro and the rare.

The National Wedding Show 2018

The National Wedding Show 2018 – 16th – 18th February – London Olympia – UK.

The National Wedding Show 2018

Try, buy, book and hire everything you need for your special day at The National Wedding Show – The destination for wedding planning!

With hundreds of wedding specialists from bridal boutiques and florists to jewellers and wedding venues, this is the ultimate wedding shopping experience! Shop the brands.

Relax and indulge with a glass of bubbly in the Champagne Bar, while planning the rest of your visit. Take half an hour to update your styling knowledge and join the audience at the Style Stage and get top professional tips on choosing the perfect wedding dress, hair styles and flawless make-up.

Join us at The Catwalk and watch the spectacular show, showcasing our talented bridal designers. Browse through our pages to check out timetables, plan your visit and find out about all the amazing features here at The National Wedding Show.

Upcoming events:

– Olympia, London, 16-18 February 2018

– NEC, Birmingham, 23-25 February 2018

– Manchester EventCity, 10-11 March 2018

– ExCel, London 14-15 April 2018

Steve Whitehead Solo Show

The Steve Whitehead Solo Show – 14th Feb – 17th March – Plus One Gallery, London.

Steve Whitehead Solo Show

The exhibition will showcase new works by the landscape artist, Steve Whitehead, which continue to explore his love for the British countryside in all its seasons. Whitehead produces beautiful renditions of romantic countryside scenes, painted with careful consideration for the atmosphere he wishes to create, in order to recreate the experience of being in this particular time and place.

'Etive Moor' Acrylic on canvas by Steve Whitehead
‘Etive Moor’ Acrylic on canvas by Steve Whitehead

The Yorkshire paintings in particular are the result of being in or travelling through a mostly familiar landscape and suddenly being jolted by a combination of form, space and light that reveals a place in a way that is, for Whitehead, extraordinary and memorable. This exhibition will feature new paintings portraying Anglesey in North Wales as well as Scottish scenes.

''End of the Isles' Acrylic on canvas by Steve Whitehead
”End of the Isles’ Acrylic on canvas by Steve Whitehead

We hope to see you there.

Pancake Day at Leadenhall

Pancake Day at Leadenhall Market – 13th February – 12.00pm onwards – Leadenhall Market, London, UK.

Pancake Day at Leadenhall

Pancake Day at Leadenhall Market – Competitors from City law, banking and accountancy firms race around the historic market attempting to flip a pancake in the legendary Leadenhall Market Pancake Race.

The winners walk away with free pancakes and the highly coveted frying pan trophy and for spectators there’s plenty of pancakes as well as beer and ale on tap at the Lamb Tavern where the race starts.