NCS is committed to promoting medical education and the exchange of scientific information in order to support our primary mission—improving care for patients with life-threatening brain injuries. In addition, NCS is committed to promoting collaboration between medical specialties and between healthcare providers in different parts of the world.
To this end, NCS will actively endorse medical meetings that are consistent with the vision and mission of the society and will partner with other medical societies and organizations in order to create scientific and educational meetings that pertain to neurocritical care. The two levels of involvement are endorsement and joint sponsorship.
View the NCS Policy Meeting Endorsement and Joint Sponsorship
To request your meeting to be endorsed, please submit your completed Meeting Endorsement Request Form to email@example.com.
International Meeting Endorsement
One of the aims of the NCS is of collaboration between medical specialties and between healthcare providers in different parts of the world who share the NCS mission and values. In practical terms, this translates to of medical meetings and partnership with other medical societies and organizations in order to create joint sessions and joint meetings.
Requirements and Procedures
- Review of the scientific program and mission
- The announcement of the meeting is listed on the NCS Event Calendar, blast emails are sent out to all members
- An endorsed by NCS logo is placed in the meeting program and on the respective website home page including a live link to the NCS website
- A joint meeting sponsorship entails involvement of two or more NCS members in program development and presentations, equal funding for meeting and/or travel expenses sponsored by both partner organizations, and equal marketing efforts and visibility of contributions
This is a big step forward in international collaboration and serves the NCS as a worldwide platform for communication and team building. It also creates opportunities to help develop educational neurocritical care and research programs. Please contact the NCS at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss international collaboration, endorsement and co-sponsorship of international meetings.