International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN)
Fédération internationale de neurophysiologie clinique
1949-09 Paris France
Constitution adopted Nov 1951. Absorbed H-XH2540 - International Society of Electromyography, 1973. Absorbed U-AA1995 - Brainstem Society (BSS), 2018.
Ensure that the highest possible standards are reached in all countries in the field of electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology; encourage scientific research; promote effective international collaboration between learned societies, professional associations, institutions and individuals contributing to progress in the field.
Events2022-11-07 | Melbourne, VIC Australia – International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology
2022-09-04 | Geneva, Switzerland – International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology
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General Assembly (meets at Congresses); Council; Executive Committee; Special Commissions. Regional Chapters (4): Asian-Oceania; Europe, Middle East and Africa; Latin America; North america. Special Interest Groups (4): Advanced EEG-MEG Techniques in Clinical Neurophysiology; Brainstem; Education; Noninvasive Brain Stimulation.
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