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Welcoming Party Tokyo Skyscraper We are anticipating a fruitful and long-lasting collaboration with NCS, not the level of meetings alone but also at the level of research collaboration. During this visit, we discussed various possible research collaborations in studies like PRINCE, MOCHA and nonconvulsive status epilepticus study. We are also hoping to organize more educational activities and utilize NCS-related educational products like the ENLS course, resuscitation guidelines and NCS official excellent textbook. We envision future collaboration in the field of neuromonitoring and most specifically in noninvasive intracranial pressure monitoring. We are looking forward to more social networking with the NCS members in events here in Japan or the United States. We are always happy to communicate with our friends from NCS (leadership and members) during national and international meetings and social events. We hope we could start social networks channels with the NCS members, which we think is the most important pillar of a successful global relationship. This joint symposium and its strong academic activities is a real practical example of a fruitful collaboration with NCS, and it surely will set up the foundation for future events with the goal of building a worldwide global neurocritical care partnership. Going from here, we will work to stimulate our contribution to NCS and encourage our physicians to participate in NCS-related events. We believe such kind of global partnership will produce state-of-the-art advancement in our understanding of critical care disease, and development of advanced tools to manage such a complex and critically ill cohort of patients and provide them with the best care possible. Looking forward to seeing you all again at the NCS Annual Meeting on the big island of Hawaii next October! 16


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