International Communication Office of Pediatric Endocrine Societies (COPES)
1989-10-29 Jerusalem Israel
29 Oct 1989, Jerusalem (Israel), as International Coordination Office of Pediatric Endocrine Societies (COPES), on the occasion of 3rd Joint Meeting of European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology (ESPE) and the then named Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society (LWPES). Present name adopted, 1993. No activities reported since 2008.
Create a forum for communication and exchange of information between paediatric endocrine societies; disseminate information on a variety of activities relating to paediatric endocrinology; improve communication between members of various paediatric endocrine societies.
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Coordinators (2); Advisory Council (meets at least every 4 years), consisting of President and/or Secretary of each of the participating societies.
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