Committees and Task Forces

Represented by members from the different SPINE20 committees and aims to steer the SPINE20 activities throughout the years preceding the G20 Summits.

Aims to clarify and solidify SPINE20 purpose and mission and formulate a plan in how to achieve our goals.

Aims to internationalize the SPINE20 by building bridges and collaboration with professional, public, governmental and non-governmental organizations.

The SPINE20 Education Committee (EdCom) is a multi-professional committee within the SPINE20 organization. We are responsible for identifying, sharing, and promoting to SPINE20 stakeholders evidence-based curricula, educational principles and policies that will improve the quality, performance and results of spine care education. The EdCom will play a key role in supporting and enhancing the outputs and reputation of SPINE20 as a vehicle for change in global spine care.

Aims to ensure financial resources and identify potential income opportunities in order to cover SPINE20 activities and general expenses.

Aims to develop the scientific program for the annual meeting as per the approved formatting by the SPINE20 executive Board.

Aims to rephrase and finalize the SPINE20 recommendations proposed by the scientific committee and prepare the final version for publications in peer reviewed journals and submit a version of recommendations to the G20 Sherpa.

Aims to assure a proper logistical arrangement for the SPINE20 meeting.