The elections will take place from 23 May - 5 June 2022 and is held online via the link https://icnapedia.org/ballot-2022 . All eligible voters will be sent their unique codes during the perior 23 May 2022 - 25 May 2022 . The codes are sent out in batches. Please only contact us if you have not received your unique voting code by 26 MAY 2020. Meanwhile we would strongly encourage you to go through the candidate statements , which are now available online. Any new ICNA members, including those who have been converted to FULL Membership from JUNIOR Membership after 23 May 2020 will NOT be eligible to vote in this election. The election site will be open tilll 5 June 2022 6PM CET.
The International Child Neurology Association (ICNA) invites "letter of intent" from interested parties to enter the bidding to host the International Child Neurology Congress in 2026.
Bidders are invited to send a “letter of intent” (not more than a short paragraph from the main coordinator or organizing scientific society (not the conference organising team) to the ICNA office (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the Secretary of ICNA in copy (email@example.com)
The ICNA Executive Board will select bidders who would be invited to submit a full proposal. This would be guided by the previous geographical representation, and capacity of the meeting to reach the maximum number of physicians and allied professionals interested in child neurology. Successful bidders will be informed by April 30 2022
More information related to the bid process and guidelines can be downloaded here- Bids_guidelines_for_2026_ICNC.pdf
Letters of intent : March 31st 2022
Bidders informed if selected to complete full bid application : April 30 th 2022 ·
Bidders submit full proposal : July 31st 2022 ·
Bidders present formal presentation to the EB in Antalya: October 3 rd 2022
2022 Antalya, Turkey - Western Asia
2024 Cape Town, South Africa - Africa
The International Child Neurology Congresses (ICNCs) are held biennially by the International Child Neurology Association. The Congresses are a wide platform of exchange in the fields of research, education and practice in child neurology.