International Pediatric Association (IPA)
Association internationale de pédiatrie (AIP)
Asociación Internacional de Pediatria (AIP)
1910-07-28 Paris France
28 Jul 1910, Paris (France). First Congress: Oct 1912, Paris. Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code. Current constitution adopted 8 Oct 1974; amended 9 Sep 1980, 8 Nov 1983, Sep 1992, Sep 1995, 11 Aug 1998, 18 Aug 2004.
Improve the health and welfare of children worldwide; bring together paediatricians of all countries for the benefit of children everywhere; encourage research in all aspects of paediatrics; promote dissemination of paediatric knowledge.
Events2021-08-22 | Glasgow, UK – Triennial Congress
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Council of Delegates (meeting every 3 years, at Congress); Executive Committee; Permanent Secretariat.
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