International Medical Parliamentarians Organization (IMPO)
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1989. Originally referred to as International Organization of Parliamentarians for Health -- Organisation internationale de parlementaires pour la santé. Current constitution adopted Feb 1994, Bangkok (Thailand).
Promote: cooperation in law and policy making and parliamentary activities on issues of concern to world health and medical care; the highest standards of ethics in medical and health care; better global understanding of health and medical care issues; improved ecological environment and stable, environmentally sound economic development; international exchange of experience, information and opinion. Mobilize parliamentarians with medical background to achieve the above aims.
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General Assembly (at least every 3 years). Executive Committee of up to 15 full members, including ex-officio President, the 4 Regional Vice-Presidents, Secretary-General and Treasurer. Regions (4): Africa; Americas; Asia-Pacific; Europe. Secretariat, headed by Secretary-General. Setting up a task force of women medical parliamentarians.
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