SpineLine is published to educate and inform the members of the North American Spine Society (and secondary audiences) on medical, ethical and policy matters in the field of spine and health care. SpineLine serves as the primary educational and informational publication for the entire NASS membership; (1) to educate and inform NASS ’ multidisciplinary members on issues of interest and relevance to spine care and research and to assist them in providing quality, cost-effective patient care; and (2) communicate and promote the policies, professional activities and products of the association. The following sections are represented in SpineLine: Current Concepts; Socioeconomic & Political Update; and Society News. These instructions for authors are designed to assist in writing articles for SpineLine and to stimulate uniformity among them
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