台灣神經創傷學會 理事長 李旭東
The Taiwan Neurotrauma Society was founded in 2006 by Professor Wen-Ta Chiu, Ex-Minister of Health and Welfare, and served as the founding chairman. After that, it has been through the hard work of three chairmen, including Director Yung-Hsiao Chiang, Director Ming-Dar Tsai and Professor Yuan-Hao Chen. It has been 14 years since then. The small scale of the society, went steady and continuous growth. Thanks to all the teachers, senior experts, Hsu-Tung sincerely accepts the chairman of the Fifth Neurological Trauma Society under the severe COVID-19 pandemic throughout the world. I really feel that there is a long way to go.
After taking over, Hsu-Tung will continue to be loyal to the purpose of the founding of our Society, in addition to continuing to promote the promotion of research and development of neurotraumatic medicine and improve treatment, as well as to promote the contact and cooperation between members and relevant academic groups and scholars in Taiwan and abroad. In addition, in response to the current trend of intensive care. Towards the sub-specialty field, neuro-critical illness is already a unique and very important field in critical care; since the last Chairman Chen, this society has undertaken the important tasks assigned by the Taiwan Neurosurgery Society, combining the current neuro-traumatic and neuro-critical medical care and care It will continue to recruit teachers and specialists in related fields to join in and work together in the field of neurological diseases; and will cooperate with the government’s policy direction and connect with other related friendly societies, hoping to extend the functions of the society and Work together for the expansion of neuro-critical disease education.
When the Society was founded, many teachers of basic medicine were invited to give us guidance. The main task was to promote and assist the research and development of neurotrauma together with clinical experts. This has also become a major feature trend of our Society. Hsu-Tung will continue to hold international neuroscience and neurotrauma conferences, academic seminars and events. Hope can use this platform to assist members in the exchange and cooperation of experience, promote the knowledge and application of neurotrauma, and deepen the research and continuing education of neurotrauma and neuroregeneration, and will expand mutual cooperation with other neurological related clinical and basic societies. So that our Society can grow more vigorously and please continue to advise me in the future days!
Hsu-Tung Lee, Chairman, Taiwan Neurotrauma Society