World Coma Day

Save the date for the first World Coma Day, taking place on March 22, 2021.

World Coma Day 2021 is an all-day global online event featuring stories of remarkable recovery, science talks by medical experts, educational sessions for patients and families, and live "shout out" videos from neurocritical care units around the world.

The objectives of World Coma Day are to:
  • Raise awareness of coma as a treatable and recoverable clinical entity
  • Encourage medical providers and patients/patient advocates to get involved in the Curing Coma Campaign
  • Motivate caregivers to participate in specific current and future scientific efforts devoted to curing disorders of consciousness 
Click Here to Register For World Coma Day 
Registration is complimentary.


Promote World Coma Day to Your Colleagues
In order to help promote World Coma Day to your colleagues and network, NCS has created this save the date flyer. Send it out via email to your network, share on your hospital listserv or distribute via social media.

World Coma Day


Shout Out Videos
A “Shout Out” is a way to recognize your intensive care unit, rehabilitation unit, or other hospital or medical providers that care for patients with coma and disorders of consciousness. Researchers, families, and patients are also encouraged to submit. Click here for more information, and click here and here to view an example Shout Out.

World Coma Day Ambassadors

Become a World Coma Day Ambassador and help spread the word about this complimentary 24-hour virtual event! Encourage your colleagues and peers to register for World Coma Day, and consider submitting a "Shout Out" video (see above for more info). 
CLICK HERE FOR MORE AMBASSADOR INFORMATION

Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities
NCS is pleased to offer a variety of sponsorship opportunities related to World Coma Day.

Click Here to Download the 2021 World Coma Day prospectus

World Coma Day Supporters 
Thank you to our World Coma Day supporters:
Mind Care Foundation

Privacy Policy
Click here to view the World Coma Day privacy policy.