Mediterranean Society of Otology and Audiology (MSOA)
Société méditerranéenne d'otologie et d'audiologie
1987 Ostuni Italy
1987, Ostuni (Italy), as Mediterranean Society of Audiology, during the 1st international meeting for Mediterranean Countries. Registered in accordance with Turkish law.
Investigate the science and practice of medicine, prevention, surgery and rehabilitation of diseases and disorders of the ear and related structures; promote the fields of otology and audiology in the Mediterranean countries; encourage the exchange of knowledge, medical education and training through lectures, meetings and symposia; promote and sponsor cooperative research among otologists, audiologists and the other professionals in the medical field in order to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases of the ear and related structures; promote friendly personal and academic relationships between all otolaryngologists in the region.
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General Meeting (every 2 years). Executive Committee, including President (Chief Executive Officer), Past-President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Academic Chairperson.
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