Welcome to the 3nd NORDIC NEUROTRAUMA CONFERENCE, November 27 th -29th 2023 in Lund,
The Scandinavian Neurotrauma Committee (SNC) is proud to present this multidisciplinary meeting
place for clinicians and researchers interested in the exciting field of neurotrauma. The Nordic
countries have a rich history in developing current neurotrauma care with on-going dedication and
progress in many different areas of the field. Neurotrauma injuries are still amongst the most
common indications to seek emergency care and account for the highest mortality in younger adults.
The brain is still relatively poorly understood and current efforts aim to improve our understanding
of the mechanisms and care of brain injuries.
As we all can acknowledge, neurotrauma care is no doubt a multidisciplinary discipline. This
upcoming meeting will appeal to both clinical specialists, as well as clinicians undergoing specialist
training, in areas such as emergency neurosurgery, medicine, spinal surgery, anaesthesiology,
intensive care, neurology, general surgery, orthopaedic surgery, rehabilitation medicine, pain
medicine, radiology, neuropsychology, clinical chemistry, coagulation medicine and vascular surgery.
We aim to hold a meeting that reflects the clinical reality. Hence, the NNC meeting will have a clinical
patient-oriented emphasis, although experimental/animal research with obvious clinical implications
will also be encouraged. Topics, such as Prehospital Care, ER management, Coagulation in
Neurotrauma, Spinal Cord Injuries, Neurotrauma in Sports, Imaging in Neurotrauma,
Neurobiomarkers, Neurointensive Care and Rehabilitation will ensure that this clinical
multidisciplinary aspect we feel is so important is widely covered. We will also incorporate
interactive sessions as much as possible in order to involve participants in these important subjects.
Specially invited top international speakers will present new exciting data and discuss important
clinical problems. There will be opportunities to present abstracts, both as posters and oral
presentations, with a special prize, the Bertil Romner Award (dedicated to the late Professor Bertil
Romner, one of the founders of SNC), for the best abstract.
Many esteemed international neurotrauma experts will be joining us and giving state-of-the-art lectures on their areas of expertise. These include David Sharp (UK), Grant Iverson (USA), Mark Wilson (UK), Giuseppe Citero (Italy), Fiona Lecky (UK), Willie Stewart (Scotland), Alfonso Lagares (Spain), Marcel Aries (Netherlands) and Marios Papadopoulos (UK).
We aim to have an exciting and relevant educational program, which gives those who undergo
specialist training a chance to learn from the experts in the field. This will take place in the form of
workshops, interactive presentations and interactive surveys on current practices. Also, we will strive
to initiate a research platform within the NNC, involving multicentre, international, high quality
research projects and guidelines.
In addition to the scientific program, we host a special social program with a get-together evening
(including the “world-famous” Corpus Callosum orchestra) and a gala dinner, all housed in the
beautiful surroundings of the central parts of historical Lund.
The first NNC meeting, in November 2017, was a great success with over 260 participants. Although
the majority of delegates were from the Nordic countries, we had delegates from 14 countries, from
New Zealand to Ethiopia and the USA. The feedback from the post-conference survey showed
overwhelmingly excellent reviews. The second meeting, in 2019, hosted a similar number of visitors
and received excellent feedback from attendants. Due to the COVID pandemic, the 2021 meeting
was unfortunately cancelled but we are now exited to again host the next meeting!
Johan Undén and Niklas Marklund, Main organisers
Abstract deadline: November 6th
Deadline for early fee: November 6th
Information about the conference:
Dates: November 27th-29th, 2023
Venue: Skåne University Hospital, Lund, Sweden. Lecure hall: Aulan
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