Society of British Neurological Surgeons
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|Legal status||Non-profit company|
|Purpose||Neurosurgery in the UK|
|Headquarters||35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, Holborn, WC2A 3PE|
|Great Britain and Ireland|
|British and Irish neurosurgeons|
|SBNS Council (President - Anne Moore)|
|Royal College of Surgeons of England|
The Society of British Neurological Surgeons is a medical association for British neurosurgeons.
It was formed in 1926, with Sir Geoffrey Jefferson and Professor Norman Dott. Sir Charles Alfred Ballance was the first President. Other founders were Wilfred Trotter, Henry Souttar, Sir Hugh Cairns and Arthur Bankart.
It represents neurosurgery in the UK, and disseminates up-to-date information on the latest procedures, and organises conferences and seminars. It regulates the profession. It publishes the British Journal of Neurosurgery.