Indian Federation of Neurorehabilitation (IFNR) is a multidisciplinary body which is a registered trust under company act. It is affiliated to WFNR. The Membership is open to any professional with an interest in neurological rehabilitation.The current membership is about 200 & growing. IFNR has been organizing Annual National Conference in March for past 4 years. It is the right kind of platform to join in for the cause of neurologically disabled.
Short term or long term Physical, cognitive and psychological disabilities due to neurological diseases are a huge community burden in term of morbidity adjusted Life Years (DALY). The irony if that so much can be done, yet is not offered to patients. We health care professions and social workers owe it to our patients and related families to try to improve their lot by teaming up and enhancing our skills.
If you would like to become a member please download Membership Form & mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. we will add your name to our database for receipt of the newsletter and for receipt of regular mailings about our organization.
- The Treatment Gap is Immense
- The spectrum of Neurological Disabilities are wide.
- Many type of professionals are needed for the task.
- We professionals owe it to the society
- A lot can be done
- Team work does make a difference
- It is not expensive
The benefits are many.
Who Can become member of IFNR
Anyone working in the field of Neurorehabilitation.
Neurologist, Neurosurgeon, Physiatrist, Orthopedic Surgeon, Psychologists, Speech Pathologists, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapists, Orthotist, Social Worker.
- You become part of an active thriving community of professionals dedicated to the betterment of persons suffering from neurological disabilities.
- You automatically become member of World Federation of Neurorehabilitation with following benefits.
- Biannual issues of the WFNR update newsletter.
- Reduced registration fees to the WFNR world Congress.
- Reduced registration fees to selected WFNR regional meetings.
Reduced subscription rates to Journal: Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair.