European Health Managers Forum (EHMF)
Forum européen des gestionnaires de santé
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1991, as European Young Health Managers Associations (YHM) -- Associations européennes de jeunes managers de santé (JMS) -- Asociaciones de Jóvenes Gestores de Salud Europeos -- Europäische Junge Gesundheitsmanager Vereinigungen -- Associação Européia de Jovens Gestores de Saúde -- Associazioni di Giovani Managers di Salute Europei -- Europese Jonge Gezondheidsmanagers Verenigingen -- Evropaiki Enosi neon Manatzere Ingias. Statutes adopted 23 Apr 1994, Odense (Denmark). Current statutes adopted Jun 1997, Limerick (Ireland).
Encourage high standards of health care provision; create an international network dedicated to health care professionals in order to promote contacts and an exchange of knowledge and experience between them; take active part in the construction of a European standard of health care; become a recognized consultative partner to European organizations concerned with health care on national and international levels.
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General Assembly (annual). Council of Delegates (meets twice a year), consisting of 3 delegates per Associate member, including President and Vice-President. Secretary and Treasurer appointed from the same country as the President. Working Groups.
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