International Ostomy Association (IOA)
Association internationale des stomisés
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1975 Weesp Netherlands
1975, Weesp (Netherlands). New Constitution approved by delegates during Council Meeting, Frankfurt (Germany), Nov 2010, which changed the organization from a country member association led by elected officers to a regional structure led by a Coordination Committee.
Improve the quality of life of ostomates and those with related surgeries worldwide; encourage the highest possible standards of surgery, medical attention and patient after-care; assist member associations to help rehabilitate ostomates.
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Coordination Committee, consisting of representatives of each affiliated region. Regional Affiliate Associations (3): D-XD5753 - Asian and South Pacific Ostomy Association (ASPOA); D-XD4907 - European Ostomy Association (EOA); D-XD5751 - Ostomy Association of the Americas (OAA).
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