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President message


 Isnacc
Dear Members,
Greetings!


I am indeed overwhelmed by the good will expressed by all the members of this fraternity and am grateful for the opportunity to serve this prestigious Society. ISNACC is now 20 years old, bursting with energy and ideas, having been nurtured by our seniors with love and hard work coupled with meticulous care. It is only due to their painstaking effort that the society has attained its present exalted status, both within and outside India. Because of the popularity it has gained through its active members’ continuing efforts, our membership is on the rise and we have added 57 new members in the last year itself. The aim of the Society is to encourage teaching and training in neuro-anaesthesia and neuro-intensive care. Under the aegis of ISNACC fellowship, courses are being run in many centres; recently PDF courses on neurocritical care have been started in three different hospitals. We have also started supporting the CMEs in the tier II and tier III cities of India in order to emphasize the importance of our specialty in patients suffering from neurological injuries. Recently, we also started the best research paper award to encourage scientific research and publications in the Journal of Neuroanaesthesiology and Critical Care. We plan to acknowledge efforts of our peer-reviewers of JNACC by way of Certificates.  Awards are planned to be instituted for Distinguished Professional Service and Distinguished Teacher as well with an aim to acknowledge contribution of eminent neuroanaesthesiologists of our country. The work on formation of minimum monitoring standards / guidelines for neurological surgeries in India will be initiated this year in order to improve patient care and reduce morbidity and mortality rate of patients with neurological ailments. This year, the main focus will be to start CMEs on acute neurological life support. The aim will be to empower younger anaesthesiologists as well as residents of neurosurgery and neurology so that they can take better care of patients in ICUs. We also plan to endorse a course on emergency neurological life support. Friends, I would appreciate your help and guidance as we strive to achieve the stellar goals that we have set for our Society. I would like to once again heartily thank you all for continually putting in your hard work that has enabled ISNACC to reach the exemplar stage at which it is today.

Sincerely,

Shobha Purohit, MD
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