From July 11 to July 13, 2019, the II Congress of the Eurasian Association of Pediatric Neurosurgeons and the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery Educational Courses was hold in the capital of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan.
Experienced neurosurgeons shared their experience on behalf of the International society of Pediatric Neurosurgery (ISPN). The purpose of these courses was to inform neurosurgeons about the modern aspects, problems and achievements of pediatric neurosurgery, about the treatment and the expected results of neurosurgical diseases in children.
On July 11, 2019, reports of young neurosurgeons was heard as part of the Competition of Young Neurosurgeons, scheduled in honor of the year of youth announced in Kazakhstan.
More information about the II Congress of the Eurasian Community of Children's Neurosurgeons you can find on the link https://astananeuro.kz/ru/
The first congress of the Eurasian Association of Pediatric Neurosurgeons was held in Minsk from November 29 to December 1, 2017. The main concept of the First Congress of the Eurasian community of pediatric neurosurgeons was “From early diagnosis to effective treatment.”
The program of the Congress included thematic breakout sessions, plenary lectures, satellite symposiums and a poster session. The congress decided diverse issues: International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery. Along with the lectures, clinical case studies and master classes on topical issues of modern pediatric neurosurgery were conducted. The scientific program was filled with discussion of conceptual issues of pediatric neurosurgery, problems of diagnosis and treatment of malformations of the nervous system, pediatric neurooncology, traumatic brain injury, functional neurosurgery, perinatal neurosurgery, health care organizations and others. Presentations and discussions were made by leading experts from around the world.
Organizational issues were discussed on the first day of the congress. About 350 delegates from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Brazil, Great Britain, Germany, Greece, Georgia, Israel, Spain, Italy, Kazakhstan, Moldova, the Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, France, and Japan took part in the forum. The congress was held in a creative, friendly atmosphere; Shlomi Constantini (Israel) and William Harkness (United Kingdom) were elected honorary members of the organization.
By the decision of the Presidium of the Eurasian Community of Children's Neurosurgeons at the I Congress, Kazakhstan was entrusted with holding the II Congress of the organization.