The Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons exists for the purpose of promoting the public human welfare through the advancement of neurosurgery, by a commitment to excellence in life-long education, and by dedication to research and scientific knowledge. The Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons maintains the vitality of our learned profession through the altruistic volunteer efforts of its members and the development of leadership in service to the public, to our colleagues in other disciplines, and to the special needs of our fellow neurosurgeons throughout the world and at every stage of their professional lives.
The Sociedade Brasileira de Neurocirurgia, SBN, maintains regular and uninterrupted activities in the training, teaching and education of the specialist doctor in Neurosurgery, following protocols and standards that place it among the best in the world, as recognized by the WFNS – World Federation of Neurosurgery. With this, quality care is guaranteed to the Brazilian population, by trained professionals, in their demand for surgical treatment of neurological diseases, in victims of cranial and spinal cord injuries.
The Neurological Society of India is the apex body representing neuroscientists in India. Since its inception, the society has been instrumental in neurosurgery education, training, and updating the community with the latest developments in the field. With its various educational activities, NSI provides a platform to initiate interaction between practicing neurosurgeons and neurologists, and allied neuroscience communities.
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