International Federation of Nurse Anesthetists (IFNA)
Fédération internationale des infirmiers anesthésistes
Federación Internacional de Enfermeros Anestesistas
Bylaws adopted 10 Jun 1989; revised 10 Jun 1995, 26 Apr 1997, 25 May 1998 and 4 Jun 2010.
Promote cooperation between nurse anaesthetists internationally; develop and promote educational standards and standards of practice in the field; provide opportunities for continuing education in anaesthesia; assist nurse anaesthetists' associations to improve standards and competence; promote recognition of nurse anaesthesia; establish and maintain effective cooperation between nurse anaesthetists, anaesthesiologists and other members of the medical profession, nursing profession, hospitals and agencies representing a community of interest in nurse anaesthesia.
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World Congress (every 4 years). Council of National Representatives (CNR) (meeting every 2 years), comprising a representative of each full member association. Executive Committee, consisting of Board of Officers (President, 2 Vice Presidents and Treasurer) and 6 national representatives. Committees (3): Education; Practice; Congress Planning.
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