International Association of Dental Students (IADS)
1951-08-26 Copenhagen Denmark
26 Aug 1951, Copenhagen (Denmark), at 1st Congress. Constitution adopted: Aug 1967, Paris (France); amended: Aug 1971, Malta; Aug 1981, Alexandria (Egypt); revised Aug 1983, Puerto Rico; 1996, London (UK); 2003, Turkey; 2008, Egypt; 2009, Ljubljana (Slovenia); 2010, Ohrid (Macedonia). Registered under Israeli law, 1967.
Represent student of the dental profession on a global level; promote contact, cooperation and exchange among dental students; establish and encourage international programmes to stimulate the interest of dental students in the advancement of the science and art of dentistry.
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General Assembly of delegates (twice a year, at Congress and Mid-Year Meeting). Executive Committee, comprising 6 dental students elected at Congress and including: President; Immediate Past-President; Secretary-General; Treasurer; Editor; International Exchange Officer (IEO)/Voluntary Work Abroad Coordinator. Committees (4): Research and Education (SCORE); Prophylaxis; Fundraising; Solving Problems in Exchanges (COSPIE). Workshops. Ad Hoc Committees.
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