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  International Council on Alcohol and Addictions [ICAA], Conseil Internationale sur les Problèmes de l'Alcoolisme et des Toxicamanies [CIPAT]   

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ICAA
Case postale 189
CH-1001 Lausanne
Switzerland

+41/21/320 98 65
+41/21/320 98 17 fax

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Founded in 1907 and based in Lausanne, Switzerland, ICAA is the premier international non-governmental organization concerned with reducing and preventing the harmful effects of the use of alcohol and other drugs. It is a membership organisation with menbers in some 80 countries and all five continents.

As an umbrella organization for all those concerned with alcohol, drug and tobacco problems, it provides a neutral, objective platform for both professional and lay people. At its annual Institutes and triennial Congresses the latest scientific and research findings, project evaluations, new strategies, programmes and ideas are presented and subjected to critical examination.

It has played a leading role in the development of responses to alcohol and other drug problems. Besides its world conferences, its training programmes, publications, assistance with study tours and documentation centre/library provide members with the opportunity to further knowledge and expertise and to network with people in different parts of the world who have similar interests and projects.

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  International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety   

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  International Council for Central and East European Studies   

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  International Council of Nurses [ICN]   

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International Council of Nurses
3, Place Jean Marteau
1201 Geneva
Switzerland

+41/22/908 01 00
+41/22/908 01 01 fax

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The International Council of Nurses [ICN], founded in 1899, is a federation of national nursesí associations [NNAs], representing nurses in more than 120 countries. ICN works for the advancement of nursing knowledge, and the presence worldwide of a respected nursing profession and a competent and satisfied nursing workforce.

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  International Council of Professional Therapists [ICPT]   

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International Council of Professional Therapists
Unit 205 Atlas Business Centre
Oxgate Lane
London NW2 7HJ
UK


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The International Council of Professional Therapists [ICPT], formed in 2009, is a private body governed by its founding members. It seeks to set universal standards and unifying guidelines for many disciplines engaged in providing mental health therapy and to offer certification for training organizations both to validate them and to protect the public from the “void of unregulated therapies and practices” and the great variation in qualitifications and schools of thought amongst practioners that are so often encountered by service users.

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  International Council for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology   

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The International Council for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology has evolved to found the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self-Psychology [IAPSP], which continues to hold the International Conferences.

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  International Council of Psychologists [ICP]   

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Contact:
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International Council of Psychologists
30 Waterside Plaza
Suite 13E
New York, NY 10010-2630

212/889-7956
212/213 4032 fax

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The International Council of Psychologists [ICP] was founded in 1941 as the National Council of Woman Psychologists. The membership of the International Council of Psychologists is made up of individual psychologists from 80 countries and 6 continents. The purpose of ICP is to advance psychology and the application of its scientific findings throughout the world.To this end, ICP seeks to strengthen international bonds between psychologists and to widen, deepen, and clarify channels of communication between individual psychologists.

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  International Council on Medical and Care Compunetics [ICMCC]   

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The International Council on Medical and Care Compunetics [ICMCC], founded in 2004, focuses on the interaction between consumers and caregivers; between caregivers; between consumers or caregivers and their tools; between the various tools — in short, networking.

Objectives:

  • Stimulate awareness of the various services from professional providers and business to consumers (B2C), being distinct from the previous concept of Telemedicine, which dealt with the provision of information between the providers (B2B)
  • Stimulate awareness of a wide range of compunetic scenarios, from prevention, monitoring, short or long-term recovery treatment, to provisions for elderly, handicapped and those suffering from chronic illness or disease
  • Stimulate awareness of the empowerment to caregivers due to the added and more efficient infrastructural functionalities based on compunetics, as well the improved equipment for all kinds of treatments
  • Stimulate interaction (networking) between research and industry to help both parties to find partners in their efforts to bring medical and care compunetics to an even more advanced stage. ICMCC will not only focus on SMEs but also involve parties from the medical, care as well as pharmaceutical industries and research agencies and funders

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  International Counseling Conference   

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  International Critical Incident Stress Foundation [ICISF]   

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International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc
3290 Pine Orchard Lane
Suite 106
Ellicott City, MD 21042

410/750-9600
410/750-9601 fax
410/313-2473 Emergency


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The International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc [ICISF] is a non profit, open membership foundation with over 3,000 members dedicated to stress prevention, education and support services for all emergency services professions. Founded in 1989, ICISF exists to assist individuals and organizations in mitigating the impact of Critical Incident Stress (Traumatic Stress).

ICISF maintains a worldwide leadership role in developing and disseminating crisis intervention, stress education and stress recovery programs to all those affected by work related stress, disasters and other traumatic events.

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