International Catholic Committee of Nurses and Medico-social Assistants
Comité international catholique des infirmières et des assistantes médico-sociales (CICIAMS)
Comité Internacional Católico de Enfermeras y Asistentas Médico-Sociales
Internationaler Verband Katholischer Kranken-Schwestern
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1933-09 Lourdes France
Founded at 1st Congress. Became an international professional Catholic organization, following decision of an international meeting of presidents of Catholic nursing associations, Basel (Switzerland), 1928.
Endeavour to promote basic and advanced nurse education and professional research; represent professional and Christian interest of members; promote enhancement of spiritual welfare and ethical values of members; promote health and social measures following Christian principles and professional development; promote cooperation between member associations.
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