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SCI Data Sets

Posted on 13th Apr 2022

13th April 2022   3rd version of the International SCI Core Data Set for review   If you have any comments or suggestions please let us know by May 6, 2022.   Send your ...

A Message from the President

Posted on 13th Feb 2022

Dear Colleagues, Happy New Year. The year has started with omicron putting a damper on many winter festivities in the northern hemisphere and summer fun in the southern hemisphere but, of e...

ISCoS Psychosocial Special Interest Group Live Webinar

Posted on 6th Feb 2022

The ISCoS Psychosocial Special Interest Group  welcomes everyone involved with spinal cord injury with an  interest in psychosocial care including psychologists, social workers,&nb...

ISCoS – 60 years and growing: Reflecting on the past - Planning for the future

Posted on 31st Jan 2022

ISCoS – 60 years and growing: Reflecting on the past - Planning for the future Welcome to the 2nd collaborative episode of our webinar series, SCI Care: What really matters between the...

Welcome to the first in a series of webinars brought to you by the International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) in partnership with Wellspect®.

Posted on 14th Nov 2021

Welcome to the first in a series of webinars brought to you by the International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) in partnership with Wellspect®. Our webinar series will build upon our exist...

BLOG: Back to the future ISCoS style

Posted on 11th Oct 2021

“In order to see where we are going, we not only must remember where we have been, but we must understand where we have been.” — Ella Baker Well what a week ISCoS 2021 was...

BLOG: Follow the white rabbit – social media and networking!'

Posted on 2nd Sep 2021

I love social media; it is a great way to keep in touch and be social, find out what is going on in your area, and share your snapshots with friends and family. I have always had it down on ...

BLOG: A PhD, a pandemic and 'you're on mute!'

Posted on 24th Aug 2021

  'The future has a way of arriving unannounced' ~ George F. Will  Oh, the future, the times we live in and the times we live through, some of which can be expected and...

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