Welcome Message

Dear Partners in Healthcare,

I would like to extend my warmest greetings and wishes of good health and safety for you and your family during these difficult times. As we emerge from the global pandemic, we strive to move forward, full of anticipation for what is to come. The 7th Congress of ASNACC that was due in 2021 was postponed repeatedly, and we are excited to finally push through in February 23 to 25, 2023. This will be a hybrid event that will be held in Manila, Philippines.

The main theme of the Congress is “A Synapse of Minds.” The well-curated scientific programme will include topics focusing on various learning opportunities among neuroanesthesia, critical care, and neurosurgical specialties. To foster better collaboration, topics specific for allied medical professionals will also be included, to emphasize the importance of teamwork in good patient outcomes. Pre-congress workshops on topics such as Emergency Neurologic Life Support, EEG interpretation, cerebral oximetry, and brain ultrasonography will also be offered.

Being a hybrid event, the delegates will have the option to attend the event on-site or purely virtual. The on-site option will give the full meeting experience, which includes all live and recorded lectures, with the possibility of joining the pre-congress workshops. The virtual track will offer fewer, but carefully selected recorded lectures only.

As we draw nearer to the event, updates will be posted in a dedicated website and through social media accounts. Registration to the event, updated scientific and social programmes, workshops, abstract submission registration, accommodation and other information will be available through the website.

Your participation in this collaborative, multi-specialty congress is an excellent opportunity to highlight your company. We look forward to working with you in this project and welcoming you to the Philippines in 2023.

Very truly yours,

Geraldine Raphaela B. Jose MD, FPSA
Chair, Organizing Committee 7th Congress of ASNACC
President, Society for Neuroanesthesia of the Philippines (SyNAPS)