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Currents October 2021: Adapting to Life and Practice in a Changed World

By Currents Editor posted 10-13-2021 10:16

  
The Neurocritical Care Society is excited to launch the 2021 issue of Currents, featuring a compilation of articles published on Currents over the past year. This special annual issue highlights themes of adapting our life, and our practice, to our ever-changing world. Download your copy to read stories of navigating the ongoing pandemic, the commitment to diversity and inclusion, the business of neurocritical care, the popular "Stories of Hope" and more.

Currents
 highlights innovative ideas and perspectives from multidisciplinary neurocritical care clinicians, and we welcome you to share your insight with us. Please email 
Editor-in-Chief Michael Reznik, MD, for information on how to submit content.

Download and read Currents.

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