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Korean Neurological Associtation

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Welcome to Korean Neurological Associtation

Society Introduction

Society Introduction

Greetings

Jin-Sang Jung. President of Korean Neurological Association

First, I would like to most sincerely wish you the best of health and happiness.

Starting in March 2018, and for a term of two years, I will serve as the Chairman of the Korean Neurological Association and bear the heavy burden of being responsible for this organization. Established in the fall of 1982, the Korean Neurological Association has witnessed 36 years of amazing development up to the present.

Always wielding a pioneering mindset to overcome challenges, internally the association has developed competencies through education and research and externally it has continuously pioneered and expanded new fields of treatment. The result of such efforts has noticeably developed the diagnosis and treatment of nerve disorders, which have greatly improved their treatment in ways once thought unimaginable in the past. And this has greatly contributed to the quality of life and life expectancy of Koreans. Therefore, it is of my opinion that the Korean Neurological Association has performed its role of protecting the cerebral health of Korean people.

Also, our members have continued to attain academic achievements that transcend the Asian region and are in fact world-class. In particular, the successful attraction and hosting of the AOCN this year in November in Seoul, and the dedicated efforts in the preparation thereof are a particular achievement that is a source of great pride and joy.

Yet, amidst ongoing change in the socio-economic environment and rapid changes in the spirt of the times, the medical community is witnessing the rise of diverse values and organizations and the mutual conflict among them continues to create a new set of challenges. Our association is not immune from such challenges and is facing a great deal of complex, diverse and urgent problems that continue to arise, and are in a situation where we must appropriately and quickly resolve such problems.

Among them are many of the problems that our members are facing first hand in their everyday lives. For example, within the newly emerging medical system of Korea, the field of treatment in the neurology field is expanding. Optimal medical fees are guaranteed, and the system of national responsibility for dementia care and the myriad of problems associated with it must be resolved.

Further, plans must be drawn up to improve the rights and interests of all our members by implementing the guarantee of employment and increased income for neurologists. For the future of neurology, there must also be efforts to secure outstanding human resources, and the problem associated with adequate guarantees for the number of residents and the lack of applicants must be addressed. Further, we have policy tasks that lie ahead of us, such as training the next generation of leaders that can lead the future of our association for the long term.

In that regard, to come up with alernatives to the aforementioned problems, I have divided the association into specialized fields to research these problems systematically and quickly, come up with alternatives and implement impactful countermeasures. This will be done through small, yet powerful groups, or general committees.

In addition, to more quickly and effectively respond to the ever more diverse opinions of members, a special appointment by function will be operated. In particular, we will prepare unwavering systematic means for smoother communication with future generations. Also, members will be notified of the adoption of new policies as soon as they are approved by posting notifications on the association’s homepage, and by sending notifications via email. By doing so we strive to reflect your opinions as much as possible.

I define the present Korean Neurological Association as the "protector of healthy brains of Koreans in the era of 100-year lifespans, and as neurologists that share the same destiny." As chairman I will stive to dynamically and faithfully fulfill my core role: unifying us into one. I entreat you to actively cooperate in these efforts.

Lastly, I would like to express my gratitude for the dedicated efforts made by all the past chairmen, executives and members of the Korean Neurological Association.

Thank you.

March 2018
Jin-Sang Jung
President of Korean Neurological Association

History

History of Korean Neurologic Association
  • The first Neurology clinic started in the Jin-Ju city by Dr. Charles Inglis Mclaren from Australia at 1910.
  • Dr. Lee Jung-Cheol was the first Korean Neurologist who was trained and studied in China, Australia, and Japan (University of KyuShu) and who started practicing from 1934.
  • Department of Neurology was first created as an independent department at 1958 in the National Meical Center, contributed by Scandinavian countries.
  • The Korean Neurological Association was created at 1981 and the first meeting was held at 1982 with participants of 206.
  • The exam of Korean Board of Neurology began 1983, and 95 out of 113 appliances passed the test.
  • The 9th AOCN (Asian Oceanian Congress of Neurology) was held at 1996 and was the first international academic meeting hosted by KNA.
  • Now, the Korean Neurological Association developed to have about 2207 members. (by 2018)
Affiliated Academic Societies
  • Korean Epilepsy Society (1996)
  • Korean Society for Clinical Neurophysiology (1996)
  • Korean Stroke Society (1998)
  • Korean Balance Society (1999)
  • Korean Headache Society (2001)
  • Korean Dementia Association (2002)
  • Korean Sleep Society (2002)
  • Korean Association of Private Practicing Neurologist (2002)
No, of Members in Korean Neurological Association
Members in Korean Neurological Association

Membership

Executive Officers of KNA

Position Name Affiliation
President Jung, Jin-Sang Samsung Medical Center
Congress President Kim, Jong-Sung Asan Medical Center
Vice-President Kim, Jae-Moon Chungnam National University Hospital
Congress Vice-President Lee, Eun-Ah Hevenly Hospital
Internal Auditor Kim, Doo-Eung VHS Medical Center
Internal Auditor Kim, Myeong-Kyu Chonnam National University Hospital
General Secretary Seo, Dae-Won Samsung Medical Center
Chair, Academics Committee Sung, Jung-Joon Seoul National University Hospital
Chair, Training Committee Koh, Im-Seok National Medical Center
Chair, Examination and Certification Committee Kim, Byung-Kun Nowon Eulji Medical Center
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Clinical Neurology Lee, Kyoung-Min Seoul National University Hospital
Treasurer Ahn, Jin-Young Seoul Medical Center
Chair, Insurance Committee Koo, Ja-Seong The Catholic University of Korea Seoul St. Mary's Hospital
Chair, Insurance Committee Minn, Yang-Ki Gangnam Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University
Chair, Legislation Committee Kim, Dae-Seong Pusan National University Yangsan Hospital
Chair, Public Relations Committee Lee, Il-Keun Seoul Brain Neurology Clinic
Chair, Website Committee Lee, Kyung-Yeol Gangnam Severance Hospital
Chair, Planning Committee Kim, Gyeong-Moon Samsung Medical Center
Chair, International Affairs Committee Rha, Joung-Ho Inha University Hospital
Chair, Clinical Practice Guideline Lee, Tae-Kyeong Soon Chun Hyang University Bucheon Hospital
Chair, Quality Assurance Committee Park, Kun-Woo Korea University Anam Hospital
Chair, Policy and External Affairs Committee Bae, Hee-Joon Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
Chair, Medical Affairs Committee Lee, Jun-Hong National Health Insurance Service Ilsan Hospital
Chair, Medical Affairs Committee Lee, Sung-Ik Wonkwang University Sanbon Hospital
Chair, Education Committee Oh, Jee-Young Konkuk University Medical Center
Chair, Education Committee Choi, Seong-Hye Inha University Hospital
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Korean Neurological Association Lee, Ae-Young Chungnam National University Hospital
Editor-in-Chief, Textbook compilation Committee Song, Hong-Ki Gangdong Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University
Executive Member Kim, Byung-Su Bundang Jesaeng Hospital
Executive Member Kim, Byeong-Chae Chonnam National University Hospital
Executive Member Park, Kwang-Yeol Chung-Ang University Hospital
Executive Member Seo, Woo-Keun Samsung Medical Center
Executive Member Shin, Joon-Hyun Seongnam Citizens Medical Center
Executive Member Yoon, Sung-Sang KyungHee University Medical Center
Executive Member Lee, Soon-Tae Seoul National University Hospital
Executive Member Lee, Jun Yeungnam University Medical Center
Executive Member Chung, Jae-Myun Inje University Seoul Paik Hospital
Executive Member Jeong, Jee-Hyang Ewha Womans University Mokdong Hospital
Executive Member Cho, Soo-Jin Dongtan Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University
Hospital

Hospital

Hospital Name Homepage
Asan Medical Center http://eng.amc.seoul.kr/gb/lang/main.do
Bongseng Medorial Hospital http://www.bongseng.co.kr/foreign/eng.asp
BundangCHA Hospital http://bundang.chamc.co.kr/en/
Chonbuk National University Hospital http://www.cuh.co.kr/cuh/english/index.jsp
Chonnam National University Hospital http://eng.cnuh.com/
Chosun University Hospital http://hosp.chosun.ac.kr/
About the JCN

About the JCN

JCN

About the JCN

The Journal of Clinical Neurology (JCN) is the official English-language journal of the Korean Neurological Association. It is an open-access and peer-reviewed journal that is published quarterly. The JCN aims to publish the cutting-edge research from around the world. The JCN covers clinical and translational research for physicians and researchers in the field of neurology. Although we are primarily interested in clinical work, experimental or translational research works are also considered if they are related to clinical practice. The 2016 impact factor of the JCN is 2.593. The JCN will continue to provide high quality research papers for readers and strengthen its reputation.

The JCN is currently indexed, tracked, or covered by Science Citation Index (SCI), PubMed, PubMed Central (PMC), SCOPUS, EMBASE, CrossRef, Google Scholar, KoreaMed, Synapse, and KoMCI.

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Scientific Meeting Schedule

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Notices

Notices