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President Speaks...


 Isnacc
Dear ISNACC Members, colleagues & friends,

Please accept my sincere greetings from the holy city of Varanasi and the Banaras Hindu University.

ISNACC is dedicated to academic and professional upliftment of Neuroanaesthesiology and Neurointensive Care, which is well established as a Super-speciality of Anaesthesiology. I feel privileged and honoured in being elected as President of our beloved Society for the year 2016-17. I take this opportunity to profusely thank you all for placing your confidence in me. By electing me to the highest office of our Society, you have enforced upon me the tremendous responsibility of taking the mission of our seniors and predecessors forward and ensuring a still-higher position for the ISNACC. I hope that I am able to fulfil your expectations and do justice to the responsibility bestowed upon me.
I express my gratitude to the outgoing President and other Office Bearers & Executive Members for their sincere efforts in carrying forward the ISNACC objectives. I thank and congratulate the outgoing team for starting our National Registry on Head Injury and affiliation of our society with the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS), USA. I also thank Prof. Rajeev Chawla, our past President, for his untiring efforts in popularising the GCS scoring system for better care of the traumatic brain injury patients. His mission of translating the GCS into various languages is going very well in not only our country but around the world. He followed his saying, “Think new, Think good”, very well. To this, I would like to add “Think loud”.

Friends, I take this opportunity to present to you a brief agenda that I will like to pursue during the tenure of my Presidency (and follow beyond if so required).
  • Completion of our ongoing agenda, mainly DNB curriculum, strengthening of Neurocritical Care and improvement of head trauma care in our country.
  • Approval of newer Centres for starting PDF Course as well as revisiting the PDF curriculum (and duration) for increasing the component of Neurocritical Care.
  • ISNACC’s more active collaboration with ISA, RSACP, ISSP & ISCCM etc and ensuring our improved acceptability in the academic activities of these societies.
  • Our active collaboration with International Societies, such as SNACC (we might have to work for more productive collaboration), NACCSGBI, WCA and others.
It is obvious that alone I cannot reach our desired objectives. Indeed we all need to work jointly and together. I invite all the other Office Bearers, Executive Members, Past Presidents, Senior Colleagues, Peers, Juniors and Fellows to join hands and work towards achieving our objectives. I request you all to get involved in our Society-related activities and send your valuable suggestions and feedback to us so as to help us in collective decision making. As ISNACC President, I promise to work hard together with other stake holders and committee members and continue enriching our wonderful society.

I wish all our members and friends all the best for the year ahead.

Long Live ISNACC

Jai Hind!

L D Mishra, MD, PhD, FICA
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