CNS Announces the Launch of the CNS Foundation, Inc. at the 2013 CNS Annual Meeting
Schaumburg, IL, October 18, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- On Saturday, October 19, the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) will officially launch the new CNS Foundation, Inc. during the 2013 CNS Annual Meeting in San Francisco. The CNS Foundation supports the creation and dissemination of neurosurgical practice guidelines, and promotion of domestic and international educational programs that enhance quality neurosurgical care.
“The CNS Foundation was created because leaders from the CNS recognized a need to expand international education for neurosurgeons, as well as guidelines development and dissemination efforts right here in the U.S.,” said Foundation President, Christopher E. Wolfla, MD. “The Foundation will help the CNS achieve its mission of enhancing health worldwide by funding critical initiatives in these areas with the ultimate aim of improving the quality and outcomes of neurosurgical care around the world.”
The CNS Foundation was established in late 2012 and began collecting donations earlier this year. Members and companies who make a donation to the Foundation leading up to and during the Annual Meeting will be recognized as Foundation Launch Donors during the meeting. The Foundation will also hold a launch drawing for any members and attendees visiting the CNS Foundation booth in San Francisco with a chance to win neurosurgical texts and subscriptions to CNS educational resources.
About the Congress of Neurological Surgeons Foundation, Inc.
The Congress of Neurological Surgeons is the leading neurosurgical education organization in the world. Our mission to foster educational innovation promotes quality, safety and excellence in patient care and advancement of the field of neurological surgery. In pursuit of this mission, the CNS Foundation supports the creation and dissemination of neurosurgical practice guidelines, and promotion of domestic and international educational programs that enhance quality neurosurgical care. For more information, visit www.cns.org/foundation.