European Society of Paediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology (ESPACI)
1988-11 Avignon France
Nov 1988, Avignon (France). Dissolved 10 May 2001; second decision taken 2 Jun 2002.
Promote paediatric allergy and clinical immunology as a speciality and the education of paediatric allergists; promote clinical and experimental research to increase understanding of allergic and inflammatory diseases and of development of specific and accessory immunity in children; promote communication of paediatricians with other clinicians working with children and with scientists engaged in relevant research; improve knowledge levels of physicians, nurses, assistants, children and their parents and of other lay groups of people in contact with or influencing the life of allergic children.
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Business Meeting (annual). Council, comprising the Executive Committee - President, 1st and 2nd Vice-Presidents, Honorary Secretary, Honorary Treasurer - and 4 further members. Scientific Committees. Scientific Organizing Committee. Scientific Programme Committee.
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