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Statement by the Hydrocephalus Society regarding the Ukrainian – Russian Crisis

As a medical and scientific society, the Hydrocephalus Society condemns the war against the sovereign and the democratic state of Ukraine in the strongest terms. Our thoughts are with the Ukrainian people who suffer unimaginably and the Russian people who raise their voices against this unjustified aggression.  We ask the Russian government to stop this
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President’s Address – COVID-19

Dear Hydrocephalus Society Community, Dear Friends and Colleagues, In these trying times, we hope you, your family and colleagues are safe. The COVID-19 pandemic is causing immense worldwide hardship with no current ability to accurately estimate a timeline for resolution. We are all being personally challenged with many of us working on the front lines
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New Website – New Membership System – More Benefits than EVER

Welcome to a new era for the Hydrocephalus Society! 2021 was a very important year for us, as we held our very first Virtual Meeting and we launched our extremely successful Webinar Series on iNPH! As we move to 2022, we have some great news for our community members: New Website Our website www.ishcsf.com is
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ISPN is now a Partner Society

The Governing Board is glad to announce that Hydrocephalus Society has established a partnership with the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery. More regarding this partnership will be announced soon!
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Hydrocephalus Society Global Webinar Series on iNPH: Coming next: Part 6 – Outcome – 26 Feb 2022, 11.00 AM CET

We invite you to register for Part 6 of the Hydrocephalus Society Global Webinar Series on iNPH & Surgical Techniques for young Neurosurgeons which will take place on 26 February 2022, 11.00 AM CET! The topic of the 6th Webinar is: Outcome For this 6th part of the series, you will enjoy 3 very interesting
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Hydrocephalus Society Global Webinar Series on iNPH 2021-2022

A year ago we thought the Covid 19 pandemic would be over soon, unfortunately we are still fighting new waves and no clear end is in sight. That is also the reason why we will continue with conferences and education online. Online meetings have advantages (no travelling, cheaper participation) but disadvantages (more difficult discussions, lacking
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Hydrocephalus Meeting 2022 in Gothenburg, Sweden!

We are delighted to announce the Hydrocephalus 2022 Annual Meeting, to take place in Gothenburg, Sweden, between 9-12 September 2022. Since 2019, we have not been able to meet in person and the interest in attending a physical meeting to share hydrocephalus research, network and socialize is greater than ever. This year, we really want
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Hydrocephalus Community Survey – Help us improve our services!

You are hereby invited to participate to this short survey and help us further improve our services, structure and strategies, towards the development of a global network for the Hydrocephalus and CSF Community. Please note that the survey is anonymous. You will be asked to provide some qualitative information and you will have the option
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Hydrocephalus 2022 Registration is open

You can now register for the Hydrocephalus Meeting 2022 and benefit from the early rates! 2022 marks the year for our return to physical Meetings and we are truly excited to invite you to join us for the 14th Annual Meeting of the Hydrocephalus Society, in Gothenburg, Sweden, between 9-12 September 2022. Invited lectures by
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Hydrocephalus 2022 Call for Abstracts!

We are delighted to launch the call for abstracts for the upcoming Hydrocephalus 2022 Annual Meeting, to be held in Gothenburg, Sweden, between 9-12 September 2022, IN-PERSON! The International Organizing Committee of the Meeting welcomes the submission of original contributions on the Progress and Controversies in Hydrocephalus. We are also pleased to announce that this
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Hydrocephalus 2021 Abstracts are published on Fluids and Barriers of the CNS!

Our 2021 Virtual Meeting was an absolute success! We watched great oral and e-Poster presentations with top-quality original research. The 2021 Abstracts of the Meeting are now published by the Fluids and Barriers of the CNS Online Journal and are available to view online on the journal’s website. Take a look and see for your
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Fluids and Barriers of the CNS Travel Bursary Awards, Hydrocephalus2019, Vancouver, Canada

1st Hydrocephalus Society Young Investigators Award for Best Presentation Winner: Linda D’Antona Title of the presentation: “Can we reduce the duration of intracranial pressure monitoring?” Award: 500,00 € + free registration for Hydrocephalus 2020    2nd Fluids and Barriers of the CNS Young Investigators Award for Best Presentation Winner: Nicholas Salterio Title of the presentation:
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Fluids and Barriers of the CNS Travel Bursary Awards

FBCNS was proud to award journal-sponsored travel bursaries during Hydrocephalus 2018: annual meeting of the International Society for Hydrocephalus and CSF Disorders, Bologna, Italy, October 19-22, 2018.                                                           
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