International Psychogeriatric Association (IPA)
Founded 1980, by Imre Fejer and Hans Reichenfeld, following workshop, 1980, Nottingham (UK). Original title: Psychogeriatrics International. Official activities commenced, 1982, Cairo (Egypt), at 1st Congress.
Provide health care professionals and scientists with current, multidisciplinary information regarding behavioural and biological geriatric mental health; actively promote basic and applied research in the field and foster cross-cultural research; facilitate consensus/understanding in psychogeriatric issues from an international, cross-cultural perspective; encourage care and research on a multidisciplinary basis, including psychiatry, general medicine, neurology, nursing, social work and psychology.
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Board of 25 Directors (meets twice a year at regional meetings and conferences), plus 4 officers. Secretariat in Northfield IL (USA). Organizational Groups (4): Research; Services; External Affairs; Internal Organization. Committees, task forces and initiatives focus on specific aspects of psychogeriatrics from international, interdisciplinary perspectives.
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