European Paediatric Association (EPA/UNEPSA)
1975 Montreux Switzerland
1975, Montreux (Switzerland), as Union of National European Paediatric Societies and Associations (UNEPSA) -- Union des sociétés et des associations nationales européennes de pédiatrie. Current title adopted, 2007.
Encourage cooperation between organizations and paediatricians working in primary, secondary and tertiary paediatric care in Europe, so as to promote child health and comprehensive paediatric care; stimulate collaborative research; improve the quality of care in Europe; promote exchange of national experiences in various fields of patient care and make national practices known to others; cooperate with paediatric associations worldwide.
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