Hospital Organization of Pedagogues in Europe (HOPE)
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1989 Ljubljana Yugoslavia
1989, Ljubljana (Yugoslavia), as European Association of Hospital Pedagogues (EAHP). Present title adopted 1993. Also referred to as European Association of Hospital Teachers (EAHT). Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Promote development of hospital pedagogy and raise its image at a professional level; act as a forum for all disciplines involved within hospital teaching and publicize examples of good practice; promote and encourage research in all aspects of hospital pedagogy.
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Committee; Bureau.
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