International Federation of Ophthalmological Societies (IFOS)

Fédération internationale des sociétés d'ophtalmologie
Federación Internacional de Sociedades de Oftalmologia
Internationaler Bund der Gesellschaften für Augenheilkunde

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URL: http://www.icoph.org/

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Founded

1933 Madrid Spain

History

1933, Madrid (Spain), at 14th S-XS0021 - International Congress of Ophthalmology. Previously sometimes referred to by Latin title Federatio Ophthalmologica. Statutes adopted 3 Dec 1962, Delhi (India), modified: 18 May 1974, Paris (France); 4 Nov 1982, San Francisco CA (USA); May 1987, Barcelona (Spain); Sep 1989, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil); 23 Jun 1998, Amsterdam (Netherlands); 22 Apr 2002, Sydney (Australia); 23 Oct 2004, New Orleans LA (USA); 21 Feb 2006, Sao Paulo (Brazil). Registered in accordance with the Swiss Civil Code. Ceased to exist, when integrated into B-XD7365 - International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO), 27 Jun 2008.

Aims

Promote the science of ophthalmology among all peoples and nations, with special emphasis on raising the level of ophthalmic education in developing countries; ensure functional cooperation between representative ophthalmological societies of different countries and the various international bodies concerned with organization of educational, scientific and cultural matters.

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Structure

General Assembly (every 4 years, at Congress), consisting of one delegate of each member society. B-XD7365 - International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) is IFOS executive body, meeting with delegates at Congress. Council, comprising Officers (President, Vice-President, Secretary-General and Treasurer), ex-officio members, Ordinary members (including Program Directors) and Honorary Life members. Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary General, Treasurer and selected others. National ophthalmological societies appoint IFOS representatives. Meetings closed.

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UIA Org ID

XB1967

Last News

2009

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