Societies and Publishers
Jaypee Brothers Medical Publisher (JPB) is an independent group from past 5 decades with main corporate offices located in New Delhi, India. The company publishes only on health sciences and has emerged as a leader in Asia with 4500+ titles existing and publishing 300+ new titles each year.
Since 1961ISCoS has provided an annual scientific meeting endeavouring to foster education, research and clinical excellence to promote the highest standard of care in the practice of spinal cord injury throughout the world. We invite you to join us in Vancouver or online on the 15th -18th of September for ISCoS 2022.
NASS is a global multi-professional medical organization dedicated to fostering the highest quality, ethical, value-based and evidence-based spine care through education, research and advocacy. NASS International was created to support and execute programs designed especially for our members domiciled outside the USA.
Créée en 2004 avec 40 membres fondateurs (historique à télécharger), la SFCR a connu au cours de cette dernière décennie, une évolution constante avec à ce jour 490 membres actifs. Elle est, plus que jamais, représentative de la communauté chirurgicale rachidienne en France, à la fois neurochirurgicale et orthopédique. La SFCR a pour mission de favoriser, par tous les moyens disponibles, l›acquisition, la diffusion et l›échange des connaissances en pathologie rachidienne sous tous ses aspects.
The international news source for spine specialists bringing the latest news from spinal. Delivering breaking news, conference coverage and original content focusing on everything spinal.
The idea to have a joint meeting bringing together several spine societies at the same time and at the same place originated around the turn of the century.
The SpineWeek committee was mandated with the practical organisation of such a conference, and this led to the first SpineWeek meeting which was held in Porto, Portugal in 2004. It was well received by individual participants, the involved scientific spine societies and by the supporting MedTech industry.
Three more SpineWeeks followed: Geneva (Switzerland) in 2008, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) in 2012 and Singapore in 2016.
One of the remarkable evolutions noted from one SpineWeek to the next, was the increase of participants coming from Asia Pacific. This incited the SpineWeek committee to move east for the 2020 SpineWeek meeting. Unfortunaly we were unable to organize SpineWeek 2020 due to the Corona virus but we are very pleased to announce that SpineWeek 2020 has been moved to 1-5 May, 2023 in Melbourne.
Next to the usual participating spine societies such as the North American Spine Society (NASS) and the Brasilian Spine Society, we now welcome other societies. SpineWeek meetings have been at the origin of many a scientific collaboration bringing together clinicians and scientists from around the world and from very different scientific societies.
We look forward to a truly exciting week in Melbourne, both at a scientific and a social level.
Join us for this first Oceanian SpineWeek meeting and spread the word!