European Association for Consultation Liaison Psychiatry and Psychosomatics (EACLPP)
Jun 2000. Took over part of functions of H-XD7717 - International Organization for Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry (IOCLP). Dissolved when merged with European Network of Psychosomatic Medicine (ECPR) to become D-XJ6003 - European Association of Psychosomatic Medicine (EAPM), Apr 2012.
Promote the management of patients with psychiatric disorders and psychological problems in medical settings; promote the advance of scientific knowledge and clinical practice in the field of C-L psychiatry and psychosomatics; exchange information among members and educate the general public; develop and promote standards for training and practice of C-L psychiatry and professional within the field; provide a forum for presentation, dissemination and discussion of scientific problems.
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Annual Meeting. Council, comprising President, Vice-President and 8 members.
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