|Title||The World of Neurosurgery Reimagined Post COVID-19: Crisis ↔ Opportunities.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2021|
|Authors||Tosi U, Chidambaram S, Schwarz J, Diaz SMartinez, Singh S, Norman S, Radwanski R, Murthy S, Apuzzo M, Schwartz TH, Pannullo SC|
|Date Published||2021 Apr|
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted neurosurgery in unforeseeable ways. Neurosurgical patient care, research, and education have undergone extraordinary modifications as medicine and mankind have adapted to overcome the challenges posed by this pandemic. Some changes will disappear as the situation slowly recovers to a prepandemic status quo. Others will remain: This pandemic has sparked some long-overdue systemic transformations across all levels of medicine, including in neurosurgery, that will be beneficial in the future. In this paper, we present some of the challenges faced across different levels of neurosurgical clinical care, research, and education, the changes that followed, and how some of these modifications have transformed into opportunities for improvement and growth in the future.
|Alternate Journal||World Neurosurg|