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  International Family Therapy Association [IFTA]   

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Contact:
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International Family Therapy Association
c/o Family Studies
Purdue University Calumet
2200 169th Street
Hammond, IN 46323

219/989-2027
219/989-2777 fax

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The International Family Therapy Association [IFTA] was founded in 1987 and includes members from over 45 countries.

The official journal of IFTA is Journal of Family Therapy.

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  International Federation on Aging   

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Contact:
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International Federation on Aging
4398 Boulevard Saint-Laurent
Suite 302
Montreal QC H2W 1Z5
Canada

514/396-3358
514/396-3378 fax

jbarratt (snail) ifa-fiv.org (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The International Federation on Aging was founded to inform, educate and promote policies and practice to improve the quality of life of older persons around the world.

Objectives:

  • Building, facilitating and strengthening bridges between government, non-government and the corporate sectors concerned with ageing issues
  • Strengthening non-government organizations through collaboration toward a common goal
  • Improving the understanding of ageing Polices and Practice and their Impact on the lives of older people
  • Being a voice for older people globally

The official publication of the International Federation on Aging is Global Ageing.

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  International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology [IFCN]   

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Contact:
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International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology
c/o Hiroshi Shibasaki

shib (snail) kuhp.kyoto-u.ac.jp (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology [IFCN] links 50 National Societies of clinical neurophysiology and related neurological sciences. The aims of the Federation, which is a non-profit concern, are to:
  • Promote education and the attainment of the highest level of knowledge and understanding in the field of clinical neurophysiology
  • Foster and encourage scientific and clinical research in this field
  • Provide information to any society, institution or individual interested in clinical neurophysiology
  • Establish and maintain an efficient collaboration with professional associations and other groups

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  International Federation of Emergency Medicine   

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  International Federation for Information Processing [IFIP]   

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Contact:
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IFIP Secretariat
International Federation for Information Processing
Hofstrasse 3
A-2361 Laxenburg
Austria

+43/2236/73616
+43/2236/736169 fax

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The International Federation for Information Processing [IFIP] is a non-governmental, non-profit umbrella organization for national societies in the field of information processing. It was established in 1960 under the auspices of UNESCO in 1959. IFIP has several types of Members and maintains friendly connections to specialized agencies of the UN system and non-governmental organizations [NGOs]. Technical work, which is the heart of IFIP's activity, is managed by over 97 working groups reporting to 12 Technical Committees. Each of these committees has two major types of activities - Events and Publications.

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  International Federation of Multiple Sclerosis Societies   

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  International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology [IFPE]   

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International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology
c/o F Ferrero, Secretary
HUG - Belle Idee
Clinique de Psychiatrie II
2 chemin du Petit Bel-Air
1225 Chene-Bourg
Switzerland

+41/22/327 7554
+41/22/327 7555
+41/22/327 7575 fax


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Founded in 1985, the International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology [IFPE] is a non-profit international organization aimed at promoting the acquisition, dissemination and application of epidemiological knowledge in the fields of psychiatry and mental health.

The main activity of the Federation has been to arrange an international congress in collaboration with a national society or academic centre. IFPE is also engaged in sponsoring or co-sponsoring thematic symposia in different parts of the world, either within large research conferences or independently of these

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  International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education [IFPE]   

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Contact:
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International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education
c/o Lois Ehrlich, Administrator
PO Box 961
Culver City, CA 90232-0961

310/694-3463
207/470-2819 fax

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The International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education [IFPE] is an inclusive organization whose membership is open to anyone with a self-identified interest in psychoanalysis, whether clinical, academic, artistic, or philosophical. IFPE seeks to encourage alternatives to restrictive psychoanalytic training, to reverse the decline of psychoanalysis as a viable profession, and to facilitate dialogue with disciplines that can enrich psychoanalysis by broadening its horizons. IFPE is a non-profit tax-exempt organization formed in 1991.

Official publication: Other/Wise.

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  International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies   

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  International Federation for Psychotherapy [IFP]   

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International Federation for Psychotherapy
c/o Wolfgang Senf, MD, President
Clinic for Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy
University of Essen
Virchowstraße 174
D-45147 Essen
Germany

+49/201/7227 501
+49/201/7227 304 fax

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The International Federation for Psychotherapy [IFP] is an organization of national, regional, and school-oriented psychotherapy societies. Its goals are to facilitate and promote international communication among the various schools, professional groups and cultures within psychotherapy.

The IFP organizes international congresses and conferences on psychotherapy. The IFP promotes the development of psychotherapy in practice, teaching and research and encourages and supports appropriate standards in the practice of psychotherapy.

Historically, today's IFP evolved from the International General Medical Society for Psychotherapy [IGMSP] established in 1935 and then re-established as the International Federation for Medical Psychotherapy [IFMP] in 1954. The original objective of the federation was to promote psychotherapy within the field of medicine. However, in the mean time psychotherapy has come to include a wide field of professions both scientifically and in practice. Correspondingly, the objectives of the IFP have been extended and in 1991 the federation was renamed International Federation for Psychotherapy.

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  International Federation of Social Workers [IFSW]   

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Contact:
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International Federation of Social Workers
PO Box 6875
Schwarztorstrasse 20
CH-3001 Berne
Switzerland

+41/31/382 6015
+41/31/381 12 22 fax

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The International Federation of Social Workers [IFSW] (Fédération internationale des assistants sociaux, federación internacional de trobajadores sociales) was founded in 1956 and is the successor organization to the International Permanent Secretariat of Social Workers, which began in 1928. IFSW is composed of 59 national associations or organizations with more than 435,000 members.

Objectives:

  • Promote social work as a profession through international co-operation, especially regarding professional values, standards, ethics, human rights, recognition, training and working conditions
  • Promote the establishment of national organisations of social workers or professional unions for social workers and when needed national co-ordinating bodies (collectively "Social Work Organisations") where they do not exist
  • Support Social Work Organisations in promoting the participation of social workers in social planning and the formulation of social policies, nationally and internationally, the recognition of social work, the enhancement of social work training and the values and professional standards of social work

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