Welcome to WINS

Opening Hours : Monday to Friday - 8:30am to 5:00pm CST
  Contact : orgaffairs@aans.org

Events/Announcements

Upcoming Events/Announcements

Join WINS at the CNS Meeting in San Francisco, California, October 8-12, 2022. The WINS Section General Meeting will be held at the Marriott San Francisco (meeting headquarter hotel) on Sunday October 9, 2022 from 12-2 pm

WIN section meeting

Please join WINS at the CNS Meeting in San Francisco, California October 8-12, 2022 for designated symposia/courses.

WINS Annual Meeting

Please stay tunned for upcoming WINS announcements at the AANS Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Follow us on Social Media for more updates on upcoming events.

PAST EVENTS:

WINS RETREAT: The First WINS Retreat took place in Snowbird, Utah in July 2017. For More information, see below:

WINS held it’s first ever WINS Retreat in the summer of 2017.

2017 was a huge year for women! The largest peaceful activism gathering that has ever occurred in this country was organized, executed and celebrated by women on January 21. A paper has been published demonstrating that women physicians have lower 30 day mortality and readmissions than male physicians1, and Women In Neurosurgery (WINS) held its first ever retreat in beautiful Snowbird, Utah, July 7-9, 2017. Utah is truly nature’s playground. Participants were encouraged to bring their significant others and children, with family activities including include rafting, rock climbing, and campfires with s’mores and options for mountain biking, hiking.

It provided women neurosurgeons, their families and friends, and the community that supports them (including male neurosurgeons and non-neurosurgeons) an opportunity for camaraderie, peer-support, mentorship, leadership training and relaxation unprecedented in a neurosurgical gathering!

Participants were encouraged to bring their significant others and children, with family activities including include rafting, rock climbing, and campfires with s’mores and options for mountain biking, hiking.

Retreat participants were offered opportunity to earn adult and pediatric trauma CME credits by staying for the of the AANS/CNS Joint Section on Neurotrauma and Critical Care satellite meeting in conjunction with the National Neurotrauma Society. During scientific sessions, children could participate in an optional action-packed day camp tailored to their age and interests.

1. Tsugawa Y, Jena AB, Figueroa JF, Orav EJ, Blumenthal DM, Jha AK: Comparison of Hospital Mortality and Readmission Rates for Medicare Patients Treated by Male vs Female Physicians. JAMA Intern Med, 2016

WINS Retreat

 

Visit our Newsletter for more information on our past events at the annual meeting and at various Joint Section Meetings.
Newsletter

WINS 2020 Celebration Events

Events celebrating 30 years of WINS are planned throughout the year. Although our kick-off event at the AANS annual meeting (the Murasko-Timmons Symposium and Gala Dinner) has been postponed, please join us on our online WINS store to help us celebrate WINS’ 30th Anniversary!” https://www.winsonlinestore.com/

On October 22, 2020, WINS held a virtual cocktail party to premiere the WINS Celebration video. For more information on the event please see our newsletter article detailing the event at Virtual Cocktail Party and Premiere of WINS Celebration Video – Women in Neurosurgery (aans.org)

Please follow us on our social media platforms for updates on upcoming events!
Twitter: @WINSneurosurge1
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Instagram: @wins_womeninneurosurgery

WINS Anniversary Celebration: CNS Celebrates WINS
Sunday, October 17, 2021 | JW Marriott Austin
8:30–10:00 pm

Celebrate 30 years of WINS and their accomplishments with refreshments, desserts, cocktails, music, and mingling in a relaxing setting at the JW Marriott Austin. Tickets for this celebration are $50, and are available for purchase on the Annual Meeting registration site.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The CNS Foundation is pleased to announce the Future Women Leaders in Neurosurgery Scholarship, established by a generous gift from an anonymous donor. Beginning in 2021, The CNS Foundation will annually award multiple scholarships to female neurosurgeons early in their medical career so they may attend enriching leadership opportunities of their choice. To learn more about application criteria/requirements and opportunities please visit https://foundation.cns.org/future-women-s-leadership-in-neurosurgery-scholarship-landing-page.

Please stay tunned for upcoming WINS announcements at the CNS Meeting in August in Austing, Texas. Follow us on Social Media for more updates on upcoming events