The Society of British Neurological Surgeons was established in 1926 and is one of the world's most established national neurosurgical social orders. We as of now have a little more than 895 individuals.
The criteria for enrollment are demonstrated in the Society's Constitution and Memorandum of Association.
The Officers and individuals from the Council of the Society are chosen by the votes of the full individuals and the President of Society is a welcomed individual from a few expert medicinal associations.
The motivation behind the Society is the study and headway of Neurosurgery. This is accomplished through the experimental gatherings of the Society, through productions emerging from thoughts about parts of Neurosurgical practice and conveyance of Neurosurgical administrations, through cultivating proficient connections amongst neurosurgeons and through engagement with the general population and bodies required in the arrangement of consideration to patients requiring Neurosurgery.
The Society advances protected and compelling Neurosurgical treatment for patients all through Great Britain and Ireland. Suggestions on the gained gauges for the arrangement of Neurosurgical administrations have been set out in 'Safe Neurosurgery 2000', in 'Safe Pediatric Neurosurgery 2001', and the activities required to bolster these are set out in the 'English Neurosurgical Workforce Plan 2000 - 2015'. Exclusive requirements of expert practice are additionally advanced through the Society's contribution in the training and the examination of Neurosurgeons and through its investigative gatherings and related exercises in the proceeding with expert improvement of Neurosurgeons. Modified works of papers exhibited to Society gatherings, and different parts of formal Society business are distributed on this site and in the Society's legitimate diary, the British Journal of Neurosurgery.