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NCS Statements

NCS Responds to Impact of War and Conflict on Delivery of Health Care
March 8, 2022

The Neurocritical Care Society (NCS) expresses its deep concern about war-torn and conflict-stricken areas around the world and the resulting impact on the ability to provide adequate health care to people in these areas. The most recent war and resulting humanitarian crisis in Ukraine are a continued reminder of the heroic efforts of health care providers across the world who have committed to treating patients with illness or injury, in conflict-stricken situations that limit resources and medical supplies.

As an international, multi-disciplinary medical society, we send a message of heartfelt support to our members and other health care colleagues working in hospitals and health facilities ravaged by war and conflict. Our hearts and minds are with you and your patients.

We at NCS encourage our community across the world to support humanitarian organizations that provide assistance – namely medical supplies, medical care, food and water – to those areas impacted by war and conflict.

Statement on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are core attributes of the Neurocritical Care Society. Our goal is to cultivate an environment where everyone is welcomed and included, based on the firm belief that diversity is valuable and fosters innovation that enables us to achieve our mission; to serve our members as well as addressing the needs of an increasingly diverse society. The Neurocritical Care Society strives to support its members in providing high quality and equitable care for the patients and communities we serve. We also aim to support all members in their research, collaboration, training, education and advocacy efforts. Learn More

NCS Leaders Respond to Recent Incidents Affecting the Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community
March 26, 2021

We reach out to you today overwhelmed with emotions due to the events of the last two weeks – sadness, fear, and frustration – as well as questioning, "When will it end?"
Just as the United States began to feel hopeful and a return to normalcy with increased rollout of the vaccine, we were heartbroken to witness the deaths of eight individuals, six of them women within the Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community, in Atlanta.
While this incident has not been labeled a hate crime, we recognize the rapid spike in violent acts against the AAPI community over the last year. The society stands in solidarity with the AAPI community and our thoughts go out to our members who have been directly and indirectly impacted by these events.
NCS is proud that we continue to seek and encourage inclusivity. It is our international nature and our multidisciplinary nature. Even looking across our NCS volunteer leaders, we are delighted that NCS has a diverse population who can represent so many perspectives. This is what makes NCS strong.
We look to our NCS Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to ensure that the society continues to foster a diverse and inclusive environment for leaders, members and the patients we collectively serve. 

Press Releases

Press Release on Second Annual World Coma Day
March 16, 2022

Press Release on Inaugural World Coma Day
March 17, 2021