PROACTIVE

We must recognise the experience of individuals and groups throughout Europe, the United Kingdom and the United States, to tailor their learnings towards unified practices in public and private healthcare systems in Asia Pacific regions.

TRANSPARENT

We will establish best-practice standards and guidelines without bias and without influence of industry.

OPPORTUNIST

As clinical research and development gravitates towards the refinement of neurophysiological techniques for clinical and therapeutic use, neurophysiologists and other healthcare professionals engaged in intraoperative neurophysiology are more relevant and industrious than ever before.

We are at Phase One.

There is a long road ahead for the adequate regulation and accreditation of healthcare professionals actively engaged in intraoperative neurophysiology. At INSA, Phase One consists of a small handful of minor, but highly-important milestones that we expect to hit within a reasonable timeframe of approximately twelve months (by September 2021).

Online education platform

Establish a secure, online education platform for members. This will consist of clinical education, profiles of key opinion leaders, online events, and more.

Strategic partnerships

Formal and strategic partnerships with tertiary institutions, hospitals and industry partners to increase realm of opportunity for INSA members.

Research advocacy and support

Attempt to cultivate funding for the promotion of original research in the field of intraoperative neurophysiology.

Increased exposure to a larger professional network

A wider professional network promotes the exchange of ideas and experience to enhance your clinical practice.

Preparation of Phase Two.

DEVELOPING CLINICAL AND INDUSTRY STANDARDS IN IONM IS A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT.
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