In partnership with its member societies, the World Federation of Neurology is asking neurologists around the world to complete this survey so that the WFN can compile an inventory of the most important deficiencies causing inequalities in the prevention and care of neurological disorders. 

Hundreds of millions of people worldwide are affected by neurological disorders, and millions of them are disabled or die each year. The disease burden of neurological disorders, particularly in low to middle-income countries, is expected to grow exponentially in the next decade. Despite this, major barriers such as lack of therapeutics, facilities, specialist nurses and neurologists continue to negatively affect the quality of neurological care.

The WFN registry of needs will provide an essential real-world view that will assist the WFN in identifying disparities in the delivery and quality of neurological care and inform decisions prioritising and targeting future remedying efforts.

This survey has fourteen questions and will take about ten minutes to complete. Please answer to the best of your ability and feel free to consult with colleagues if you do not know the answers to any of the questions. Questions with asterisks (*) must be answered. Please contact us at kimberly@wfneurology.org if you have any questions before, during or after completing the survey.

Thank you very much for your time and valuable contribution to fostering quality neurology and brain health worldwide!

Data protection
This survey is by invitation only. We will not share or make public this information that can link you to individual responses presented in our final report. You can request a copy of WFN’s Data Protection and Privacy Policy Documents by emailing DPO@wfneurology.org.

By clicking "Next" you agree to the use of data as stated above.

 
 

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* 2. What position, if any, have you held or currently hold in the WFN Member society?

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* 3. In which institution(s) did you receive most of your neurological training?

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