Global Training Project 2021: Leading Cadaver-free Neurosurgery Education

The Young Neurosurgeons Forum, in collaboration with UpSurgeOn, the Global Health Research Group on Neurotrauma and BrainBook, is pleased to present the first Global Training Project 2021, a no-profit initiative consisting of a series of innovative "cadaver-free" courses totally based…

Becoming an academic neurosurgeon: A short course in research, methodology and output

We are excited to announce the “introductory symposium” for the research course hosted by Young African Neurosurgeons Forum (YoungCAANS): Becoming an academic neurosurgeon: A short course in research, methodology and output24th of April Neuroscientist Dr. Ursula Rohlwink has brought neurosciences…

Long-term Follow-up of Patients in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

This study, which is coordinated by the NIHR Global Health Research Group on Neurotrauma, aims to understand neurosurgeons’ experiences of long-term follow-up of patients with neurosurgical conditions in Low- and Middle-income Countries. If you are a neurosurgeon working in a low- or…

Neurosurgical Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic in LMICs Focusing on Ethiopia

Join us on May 22, 2020, 12:00 PM BST (2:00 PM local time) in this webinar on "Neurosurgical Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic in LMICs with a Focus on Ethiopia." Zoom Meeting ID: 873 5941 7557Password: 035333 Here's the list…

Neurosurgical Research in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Low-and middle-income countries (LMICs) face the greatest burden of neurotrauma. However, most of the research published in scientific journals originates from high-income countries. Evidence originating in high-income countries may not be generalisable to LMICs, therefore it is important to nurture…

Update on the WFNS Young Neurosurgeons Forum

The WFNS Young Neurosurgeons Forum (YNF) is a WFNS committee that is an advocate and conduit for developing the knowledge, surgical skills, research capability, and career opportunities for young neurosurgeons worldwide in order to align with the WFNS mission of…

Neurosurgical Education for Young Neurosurgeons

Imparting neurosurgical education and training is significantly influenced by the availability of resources allocated to a nation’s healthcare industry. Countries with higher HDI (human development index) have better resources and are well equipped to adapt to the technological advances emerging…