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Association of Child Neurology
AOCN is an association of pediatricians, neurologists, pediatric neurologists, behavioral pediatricians, child psychologists, and allied professionals actually, any- and everybody interested in the neurological, developmental and behavioral wellbeing of the child. The association was established in 2004, at the time of the 8th Asian-Oceanian Congress of Child Neurology held in Delhi. The association involves itself in educational/training activities and also advocacy issues related to child neurology. AOCN brings out a quarterly newsletter - Child Neurology Today. AOCN held its first National Conference - 1st CHILDNEUROCON on 15th-16th November 2008 at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi.
Our Aims and Objectives
To hold regular meetings and conferences in order to update knowledge and skills related to childhood neurodevelopmental disorder.

To promote in service training of various categories of health professionals i.e. doctor, medical students, nurses, therapist in child neurology.
Guidelines for management of common conditions e.g., Febrile seizures, status epilepticus, raised ICP, Meningitis, encephalitis, refractory epilepsy, cerebral palsy/static encephalopathy, first episode of unprovoked seizure, neonatal seizures, approach to suspected neurometabolic disorders
Upcoming events
The 15th International Child Neurology Congress (ICNC), will be held in Mumbai, between 15th-18th November 2018.

The ICNC 2018 is being jointly organized by the Association of Child Neurology (AOCN) and the Child Neurology Group in association with International Child Neurology Association (ICNA). The theme of the conference will be: "Protect the developing brain".
Venue: Hotal Grand Hyatt, Kalina, Mumbai, India
Date: 15-18 November 2018
For more details go to the conference website: www.icnc2018mumbai.com
The 15th International Child Neurology Congress (ICNC), will be held in Mumbai, between 15th-18th November 2018.
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