This is achieved through the scientific meetings of the Society, through publications arising from deliberations about aspects of neurosurgical practice and delivery of neurosurgical services, through fostering professional relationships amongst neurosurgeons and through the engagement with the public and other bodies involved in the provision of care to patients requiring neurosurgery.
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SBNS is unable to give medical advice or recommend neurosurgeons. Please use an appropriate support group or your GP.
The management of neurosurgical patients requires excellent medical and surgical skills, a career in Neurosurgery offers many challenges and rewards.
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21-23 September - Hosted by the University Hospital of North Midlands, Stoke at the Telford International Conference Centre
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