Dear colleagues and friends,
We are delighted to bring you the good news that effective immediately, we will waive all APC fees for the submissions of our members’ papers to the EUROSPINE and EANS society-owned scientific journal “Brain & Spine”! Don’t forget to take advantage of this opportunity to submit your research to our esteemed journal.
The May edition of the Brain & Spine Journal features two Editor’s Choice articles worth reading. The first discusses a new European training curriculum for neurological surgery based on outcomes, while the second analyzes the rising incidence of spondylodiscitis in England. Both offer valuable insights into their respective fields.
Enjoy the selection!
European training requirements in neurological surgery: A new outcomes-based 3 stage UEMS curriculum
Peter C. Whitfield, Johannes Van Loon, Wilco Peul, On behalf of the Executive Board of the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies (EANS)
Increasing incidence of spondylodiscitis in England: An analysis of the national health service (NHS) hospital episode statistics from 2012 to 2021
Santhosh G. Thavarajasingam, Hariharan Subbiah Ponniah, Richard Philipps, Jonathan Neuhoff, Andreas Kramer, Andreas K. Demetriades, Shiban Ehab, Florian
Ringel, Benjamin Davies
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We would also like to remind our readers that the Brain & Spine Journal is always accepting high-quality research papers. Our editorial board, consisting of diverse and multidisciplinary experts, adheres to the highest standards of science and ethics. We encourage you to submit your papers for consideration and contribute to the advancement of the field.
Thank you for your continued support of the Brain & Spine Journal.
Wilco Peul and Frank Kandziora
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