WFNS Spine Committee Newsletter 2020 released       -       WFNS Spine Committee Recommendations Released       -      WFNS Spine Webinars on the web site

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Guidelines of Spine Practice During Covid19 Pandemic


WFNS Spine Committee Newsletter 2021 released
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CSM recommendations are published in September Issue of the Neurospine

CHAIRMAN'S Message

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the Spine Committee of the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies. It is our honour and privilege to lead the best of the best in the Spine Section of WFNS.

The last 2 years have been wonderful for the WFNS under the leadership of Professor Franco Servadei. The Spine Committee, under the dynamic guidance of our prolific chairman Professor Mehmet Zileli, has worked tirelessly to make noticeable progress over this period of time. Our workshops and courses have helped to provide a vast platform which facilitates in imparting knowledge and expertise of the best spine practices, to help young surgeons excel in their field. We would like to thank every member for being an integral part of our committee. We would especially like to thank the members who arranged or participated in various educational activities with their never-ending enthusiasm and passion.

In this period of time, we could reach some of our aims such as “consensus meetings” and recommendations on some common spinal disorders. Recommendations were published in Neuropine Journal and in this web site. We started monthly webinars and will continue them in 2020.

For the next two years, all three of us will be co-chairing this talented family. Our goal will be to build on these achievements, by continuing to provide state of the art training in the field of Spine to doctors around the world. We aspire, as always, to research into the cause, prevention and cure of human diseases in the field of Spine through our collective expertise and knowledge.

Thank you for being with us.

Co-chairmen of the Spine Committee