Extraordinary problems often inspire novel solutions that have far reaching consequences.
As an example, in 2018, the first ever neurosurgery training camp was organized in response to a lack of organized neurosurgery educational events for medical students. In two years, the course expanded coast to coast, with over 300 students participating in training camps and hundreds more registered to attend the 2020 lineup in New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago. In March, the Covid-19 pandemic upended these plans. Ever since the disruption of medical education, countless initiatives have been launched to fill these gaps. A common theme has been the digital, collaborative, and open-access nature of these events.
At Brain and Spine Group, Inc. we anticipate this will persist even after the Covid-19 pandemic subsides. Therefore, we are growing our digital footprint by launching the Brain & Spine Report. The mission of this online publication is to be both a resource and a voice for medical students, residents, faculty, and healthcare workers about all matters of interest pertaining to brain and spine care. We will post weekly entries curated from a wide array of contributors and submission is encouraged from any patient, student, or practitioner. To contribute an article on a matter of interest to brain and spine community, please submit your article to email@example.com.
Additionally, If you are interested in serving on our editorial board, please submit a letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. For general inquiries related to the Brain & Spine Report, please contact email@example.com.
Brain & Spine Report is a product of the Brain and Spine Group, Inc. and the statements made in this publication are the authors’ and do not imply endorsement by any other group. The material on this site is for informational purposes only and is not medical advice. Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited.