Plenary sessions/joint sessions

11:30–13:00 hrs.
Building centres, networks and interdisciplinarity

Neurovascular centres – What makes the difference?
Andreas Raabe (Bern/CH)

Establishing neurooncological centres and foster new therapeutic strategies
Frederik F. Lang (Houston, TX/US)

Bulding interdisciplinary skull base centres and keep interdisciplinarity alive
Sébastien Froelich (Paris/FR)

Diagnosis and treatment of spine tumours – clinical practice guidelines from the Polish Society of Spine Surgery, the Polish Society of Oncology
Andrzej Maciejczak (Tarnów/PL)

15:45–17:15 hrs.
Neurosurgery crossing health sector and hospital operator boundaries

Bedarfsplanung und Intersektorale Versorgung im Bereich der Neurochirurgie (German title)
Anke Schliwen (Berlin/DE)

Strengthening cross-sectoral medical care – state of political deliberations
Matthias Gruhl (Bremen/DE)

Multisector 360° model of coordinated care for patients with brain tumours – a pilot study
Radosław Rola (Lublin/PL)

Reform der Notfallversorgung in Deutschland (German title)
André Gries (Leipzig/DE)

11:00–12:30 hrs.
Rare disesases

Neural regeneration and neurofibromatosis type 2 – common denominators
Helen Morrison (Jena/DE)

Neurofibromatosis types 1 and 2 and imaging
Gareth Evans (Manchester/GB)

Jaishri Blakeley (Baltimore, MD/US)

Intracranial meningiomas in neurofibromatosis type 2 patients – How often surgery is needed?
Arkadiusz Nowak (Warsaw/PL)

16:45–18:15 hrs.
Quality assurance and complication management

Inpatient quality metrics – data and implications
Ralf Kuhlen (Berlin/DE)

Quality indicators in neurosurgery: What makes sense?
Walter Stummer (Münster/DE)

Complication management in neurosurgery
Anil Nanda (Newark, NJ/US)

Neurophysiologic intraoperative monitoring in paediatric spinal cord surgery – Does it improve outcome?
Marek Mandera (Katowice/PL)

09:45–11:30 hrs.
Perspectives in neurosurgery

Equality and diversity in neurosurgery
Marike L. D. Broekman (Leiden/NL)

Quo vadis – Perspektive der Neurochirurgie in Deutschland (German title)
Florian Ringel (Mainz/DE)

The status of radiosurgery in German neurosurgery
Maximilian Ruge (Köln/DE)

Perspectives in vascular neurosurgery
Daniel Hänggi (Düsseldorf/DE)

Computed flow dynamics in analysis of the role of the first coil in embolisation of ruptured intracranial aneurysms
Dariusz Jaskólski (Łódź/PL)