International Paediatric Pathology Association (IPPA)
1976-10-19 Washington DC USA
19 Oct 1976, Washington DC (USA), at 11th Congress of C-XB1132 - International Academy of Pathology (IAP). Constitution formally adopted, 10-15 Sep 1978, Jerusalem (Israel), at 12th Congress. Constitution amended Sep 1984, Miami Beach FL (USA); Sep 1990, Buenos Aires (Argentina); Oct 1998, Nice (France); Sep 2006, Montréal QC (Canada); Oct 2008, Athens (Greece); 26 Sep 2016, Cologne (Germany).
Facilitate worldwide increased knowledge of diseases of embryo, foetus, infant and child and its application to health needs of children of all countries.
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General Meeting (at least every 2 years, normally at biennial meeting of IAP); Council; Executive Committee. Course Committee. Constituent societies (4): D-XE0951 - Paediatric Pathology Society (PPS); G-XG2216 - Society for Pediatric Pathology (SPP); 'Australia and New Zealand Paediatric Pathology Group'; D-XD1328 - Sociedad Latinoamericana de Patologia Pediatrica (SLAPPE).
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