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Organizations relating to Professions

British and European Osteopathic Association / Est. 1976
International Society of Professional Thermographers
Network of African Medical Anthropologists / Est. 1992
Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals / Est. 1999
African Network of Information Technology Experts and Professionals
Association des professionnels de santé en coopération / Est. 1992
Soroptimist International of the Americas / Est. 1921
Association of International Industrial Irradiation / Est. 1970
European Toy Confederation / Est. 1988
International Association of Chinese Professionals in Geographic Information Sciences / Est. 1992
International Window Film Association
Institut européen professionnel
Nordic Union of Estate Agents
World Jurist Association / Est. 1963
International Association of Professional Numismatists / Est. 1951
European Centre for Judges and Lawyers / Est. 1992
International Association of Torch Clubs / Est. 1924
Latin American Confederation of Associations of University Professionals / Est. 1971
Asian Professional Security Association / Est. 1994
Cooperative Information Network Linking Scientists, Educators and Professionals in Africa / Est. 1993
International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions / Est. 1937
Inter-American Centre for Conservation and Restoration of Books, Documents and Photographic Material / Est. 1974
The Hague Club / Est. 1971
ASEAN Bankers Association / Est. 1976
International Association of Reiki Professionals / Est. 1997

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World Problems relating to Professions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unethical practice of chemistry
Disruptive migration of trained personnel
Discrimination against women in the legal profession
Irresponsible experts
Overwork
Inefficient public administration
Unethical practices of engineering
Unethical practice of health professionals
Unethical professional practices
Inadequate driver training
Lack of skilled workers
Unethical practices in economics
Lack of professional standards
Professional lying
Threatened species of Macropsalis creagra
Irresponsible meteorologists
Irresponsible health professionals
Medical deception
Ineffective legal profession
Unethical practices in forestry
Unethical financial practices
Short-term profit maximization
Concealment of unethical practices under the seal of professional confidentiality
Graduate and post-graduate unemployment
Inhumane participation of the medical profession in torture

Action Strategies relating to Professions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Correcting professional misconduct by psychiatrists
Networking museum professionals
Including sustainable development information in professional training programmes
Correcting professional misconduct
Training in water management
Encouraging development of museums
Ensuring competent consulting services
Representing professional tourist guides
Disqualifying unprofessional science
Facilitating contacts among immunologists
Providing trained leaders
Networking archaeologists
Training christian leaders
Training professionals in computer information systems
Professionalizing industrial designers
Exchanging professional experiences
Reducing occupational risks and hazards of the medical profession
Improving national supply of appropriate trained manpower
Training narcotics professionals
Training professional screenwriters
Professionalizing engineering
Maintaining professional secrecy
Restricting professional practices
Maintaining professional standards
Professionalizing mortgage lenders

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