The Saudi Pediatric Neurology Society (SPNS) established in 2012, is a National official non-profitable scientific association under the auspices of the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties for physicians and other health workers in the field of Pediatric Neurology. The SPNS is governed by an elected Board of Directors representing all major regions of the kingdom.

To establish a world-class scientific society committed to advancing the neurological wellbeing of Saudi children and youth by promoting excellence in clinical care services, advocacy, education and research in pediatric neurology.

The  Saudi  Pediatric  Neurology  Society  is committed to meet  the  growing demands for high    quality  health care for patients  with childhood neurological disorders , as  well  as education and clinical research that combines all health   care   providers   for   pediatric neurology .

This includes pediatric neurology, neurosurgery, neurophysiology, neuropsychology, psychiatry, and neuroradiology. Pharmacy, nursing and medical & other health students

To fulfill its mission, the SPNS strives to achieve these major goals

  • Professional education: The SPNS supports the continuing professional development needs of pediatric neurologists, pediatricians and others providing pediatric neurology services to children and youth through position statements, educational opportunities such as annual conferences, online education and local CME events.
  • Advocacy: The SPNS works to identify gaps and promote improvements to public policy that affects the neurological health of children and youth.
  • Public education: The SPNS works to in­ crease public awareness and education about the neurological health needs and care of children and youth. Our goal is to help parents of  children  with  neurological  diseases and others who care for them, make informed decisions about their children’s health by providing reliable and accessible information on Child Neurology
  • Surveillance and research: The SPNS will monitor childhood Neurological diseases and conditions in the Kingdom creating specific disease registries facilitating surveillance and research into neurologic conditions specific to our region.
  • Collaboration: The SPNS also collaborates with other many other health scientific and governmental organizations to achieve its goals.
  • Funding:

The Saudi Pediatric Neurology Society activities and programs are to be funded through a wide variety of sources, including membership dues, revenue from continuing medical education events, annual conferences and contributions from foundations and corporations.

 

 

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1- Partnership agreement between SPNS and ISRAQ ( Saudi ADHD society) for ADHD clinical guidelines

2- Partnership agreement with The Journal of Neuroscience.

3- Partnership agreement with Enayah ( Saudi nonprofit health care society)

4- Partnership with Saed ( for health education)