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ChildNeurocon 2022, the 12th National conference of Association Of Child Neurology will be held at Ahmedabad on 25-27 February 2022. Details coming soon!

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Foundation of AOCN

The Association of Child Neurology (AOCN), India, was founded in the year 2002 by a small group of Pediatricians who were interested in the field of child neurology and who perceived the need of an association which would further be teaching, training, academic exchange and interaction amongst child neurologists in India with the ultimate aim of improving the care of children with neurological problems. The association was registered as a society in 2005. The first President was Professor Veena Kalra, Head, Department of Pediatrics at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, Vice President Dr. Pratibha Singhi, Advanced Pediatric Centre, PGIMER, Chandigarh and the first Secretary was Professor Satinder Aneja, Department of Pediatrics, Lady Harding Medical College, New Delhi.

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“The Association off child neurology involves itself in various activities for patients with neurological problems as well as practicing Pediatric Neurologists. Some of these activities include- Release and Publication of a Consensus Document on Social and Legal Aspects of Childhood Epilepsy (SOLACE). SOLACE Guidelines on Social and Legal Aspects of Childhood Epilepsy is an important document which carries information for doctors, parents, teachers, social workers on all aspects of childhood epilepsy.”

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