International Federation of Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Societies (IFOS)

Fédération internationale des sociétés oto-rhino-laryngologiques

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URL: http://www.ifosworld.org/

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Founded

1965 Tokyo Japan

History

1965, Tokyo (Japan). Present Constitution and Bylaws adopted 23 May 1973, Venice (Italy); and revised: 14 Mar 1977, Buenos Aires (Argentina); Jun 1981, Budapest (Hungary); May 1985, Miami FL (USA); 3 Oct 2001, Cairo (Egypt). Registered in accordance with Slovakian law.

Aims

Promote the advancement of oto-rhino-laryngology; encourage close international relations among otorhinolaryngologists and coordination among national member societies; represent ORL interests in other international organizations dedicated to prevention and control of diseases and disorders related to ORL or training of otorhinolaryngologists. Mission Statement: Identification of critical, global ORL care needs and communication disorders. Proposing ways to prevent and treat them and setting priorities to their impact on societies.

Events

2022-06-18 | Vancouver, BC Canada – Globalization of healthcare
2021-06-19 | Vancouver, BC Canada – Globalization of healthcare

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Structure

General Assembly (every 4 years, at World Congress), consisting of delegates of member countries. Executive Committee, comprising 18 members (of whom at least one must be from each of the following continents: Europe, Africa and Middle East, South and West Asia, East Asia, Oceania, North America and Caribbean, Central and South America), plus President, Vice-President and General Secretary 'ex officio'. Ad Hoc Committees. Regional Secretaries (6) for: Africa and Middle-East; Central and South America; Europe; North America and Caribbean; South East Asia and Western Pacific/Oceania; South and Western Asia.

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UIA Org ID

XB1970

Last News

2019

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