Global Neurological Alliance (GNA)
Prof. Bill Carroll addresses the need for more meaningful cooperation with WHO – World Health Organisation.
A more formal unified structure interacting more regularly to share information, acting concertedly and advocating more cohesively would be mutually beneficial. This organization, at present in formal development, would be known as the Global Neurological Alliance (GNA).
The immediate benefits of establishing the GNA are recognizable and have little or no risk to it or its members. These include a more influential voice in matters of advocacy, a more rapid response to global government and non-government calls for action, the provision of specialist task forces, the promotion of brain health in general.
The full article, published in World Neurology, can be found here.