The WFN applauds the contributions made by so many individuals and organisations to the success of the 2019 WCN in Dubai. We are especially grateful for the efforts of many members of the Global Neurology Alliance who helped with the development of many of the main topic sessions, themes, teaching courses, workshops, webinars and press releases.
Some of these are,
- International Headache Association,
- World Stroke Organisation
- International League Against Epilepsy
- International Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Society
- MS International Federation
Below please find figures of the reach of the WCN through the efforts of the collaborative media organisations (Kenes International, Yaketty Yak)
Oct. 28, 2019
Esteemed Panel of World’s Leading Stroke Experts from the World Stroke Organization Share Breakthrough Research on Relationship Between Stroke Risk and Vascular Dementia During Press Conference Broadcast via Facebook Live from XXIV World Congress of Neurology. Dubai, UAE
Potential audience 92.6 million
Oct 28, 2019
New Research on Migraine in the Workplace Unveiled During Press Conference to be Broadcast via Facebook Live from the World Congress Neurology, Dubai, Oct, 8 a.m. GST
Potential audience 80.58 million
Oct. 29, 2019
Effect of Climate Change on the Brain, Link to Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, to Be Key Focus of Discussion at XXIV World Congress of Neurology.
Potential audience 117.7 million
Oct. 24, 2019
World Federation of Neurology Reveals New Frontiers in Epilepsy Treatment for Children, Pregnant Women and New Links Between ADHD and Epilepsy at 24th Annual World Congress of Neurology, Dubai.
Potential audience 75.5 million
Oct. 23, 2019
World Federation of Neurology Joins Forces with the World Health Organization, Announcing “Groundbreaking” Reclassification of Stroke as a Disorder of the Brain; Launches Nine-Country Survey, Leading to Roadmap for Improved Neurological Care.
Potential audience 86.02 million
Post Congress releases during the week that commenced Nov. 11, 2019
The Prognosis for MS is Changing Due to Advancements in Treatment and Awareness, Yet Access to Care is Top of Mind for Global Neurologists
Pregnancy No Longer Believed to Modify Trajectory of MS, Experts Say
New Biomarkers Identified in Parkinson’s Disease Could Change Entire Trajectory of Parkinson’s Diagnosis and Treatment
Social media during the XXIV World Congress of Neurology in Dubai
Website: Over 311K page views from 75K people of whom 78% were new users. The top 5 countries were India, the USA, the UAE, Japan and Indonesia who went to pages on Registration Abstracts and Scientific program.
Targeted Google campaigns generated more than 17K clicks and almost 2.3M views, while social media campaigns generated over 10K clicks and 900K views.