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  International Narcotics Research Conference [INRC]   

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  International Network for Child & Youth Care   

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CYC-net is an email network for the child and youth care field world-wide. A message sent to cyc-net@iafrica.com will be reflected in the e-mail of all members of the network.

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  International Network on Personal Meaning [INPM]   

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International Network of Personal Meaning
c/oTrinity Western University
Graduate Counselling Psychology Department
7600 Glover Road
Langley, BC V2Y 1Y1
Canada

604/513-2034
604/513-2010 fax

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The International Network on Personal Meaning [INPM] is a multi-disciplinary, primarily Web-based, grass-roots network of researchers, practitioners, students, and lay people interested in promoting health, spirituality and peace through research and applications of the transforming power of personal meaning. Several forces and trends are converging on the crying need for meaning and spirituality. Violence, conflict, addiction, depression, and suicide all reflect an existential vacuum and the need for a higher purpose beyond material prosperity.

INPM activities include:

  • Exchanging ideas on meaningful living through the Positive Living Forum
  • Promoting positive adolescent development, Meaningful Careers, Successful Aging, and Reflections on Meaning
  • Networking with individuals and institutes interested in meaning research and/or meaning-centered counseling and therapy
  • Organising workshops, symposia and conferences
  • Publishing original papers, monographs and conference proceedings
  • Publishing news items relevant to the quest for meaning

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  International Network on Personal Relationships [INPR]   



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The International Network on Personal Relationships [INPR] merged with the International Network for Personal Relationships [ISSPR] in 2002.

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  International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry [INPP]   

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International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry

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The non-profit International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry provides a collaborative research and education forum to support organisations and individuals involved in conceptual and ethical work in psychiatry and related disciplines.

Objectives:

  • Support educational, research, policy and service initiatives in mental health that are based on valuing individual and cultural differences and respecting diversity
  • Contribute to such initiatives through rigorous philosophical and cross-disciplinary work on the concepts guiding mental health practice
  • Facilitate collaborative learning through exchange of ideas, experience, knowledge and skills
  • Work with national, local and subject-based organisations with appropriate aims, in developing and strengthening their unique identities

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  International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research [NPNR]   

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International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research
RCN Institute
Radcliffe Infirmary
Woodstock Road
Oxford OX2 6DD
United Kingdom

+44/1865/224640
+44/1865/246787 fax

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The International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research [NPNR] was started in 1995. The NPNR aims to provide a comprehensive database of contacts, both in the UK and around the world, divided up into categories according to their interests and specialisms. Members include general and mental health nurses, university lecturers and student nurses as well as a small proportion of professionals allied to mental health nursing: psychologists, occupational therapists, prison officers, etc.

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  International Network for School Social Work   

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International Network for School Social Work
c/o Marion Huxtable

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Objectives:
  • Provide information about school social work around the world
  • Provide links between school social work associations

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  International Network for Social Network Analysis [INSNA]   

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  International Neural Network Society [INNS]   

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International Neural Network Society
19 Mantua Road
Mt. Royal, NJ 08061

609/423-0162
609/423-3420 fax

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The International Neural Network Society [INNS] is an association of scientists, engineers, students, and others seeking to learn about and advance our understanding of the modeling of behavioral and brain processes, and the application of neural modeling concepts to technological problems.

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  International Neuroendocrine Federation [INF]   

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The International Neuroendocrine Federation [INF] arose in 2000 from a reorganization of the International Society of Neuroendocrinology [ISN].

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  International Neuropsychiatric Association [INA]   

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Sharon Chung
INA secretariat office
Toronto Western Hospital
University Health Network
399 Bathurst Street, EW 6-504
Toronto, ON M5T 2S8
Canada

416/603-5275
416/603-5036 fax

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The aims of the multidisciplinary International Neuropsychiatric Association [INA] are to prevent or reduce the suffering of people with brain behavior disorders by increasing, integrating and disseminating the knowledge and understanding of the relationships between brain function and human behavior. This goal will be accomplished by providing a forum for interaction and exchange of ideas among professionals, both clinical and academic, with an interest in neuropsychiatric issues. This forum will include distribution of newsletters and booklets, the creation and maintenance of a neuropsychiatric website containing a variety of links, communication forums and related information, and assisting with publicizing and/or organizing international, regional and local meetings.

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  International Neuro-Psychoanalysis Society (n-psa)   

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International Neuro-Psychoanalysis Society
c/o The Neuro-Psychoanalysis Centre
21 Maresfield Gardens
London NW3 5SD
United Kingdom

+44/20/7443 9344
+44/20/7443 9435 fax

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The purpose of the International Neuro-Psychoanalysis Society [n-psa] is to build bridges between psychoanalysis, neuroscience, psychology and psychiatry.

The official publication of n-psa is Neuro-Psychoanalysis.

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  International Neuropsychological Society [INS]   

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International Neuropsychological Society
700 Ackerman Road
Suite 625
Columbus, OH 43202

614/263-4200
614/263-4366 fax

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The International Neuropsychological Society [INS] is a multi-disciplinary non-profit organization dedicated to promoting research, service and education in neuropsychology, and to enhancing communication among the scientific disciplines which contribute to the understanding of brain-behavior relationships. It was founded in 1967 and currently has more than 3800 members.

The official publication of the INS is the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society.

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  International Nurses Society on Addictions [IntNSA]   

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International Nurses Society on Addictions
PO Box 10752
Raleigh, NC 27605

919/821-1292
919/833-5743 fax

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The International Nurses Society on Addictions [IntNSA] (formerly the National Nurses Society on Addictions [NNSA]) is a professional specialty organization founded in 1975 for nurses committed to the prevention, intervention, treatment, and management of addictive disorders including alcohol and other drug dependencies, nicotine dependencies, eating disorders, dual and multiple diagnosis, and process addictions such as gambling.

IntNSA's goal is to help nurses provide comprehensive, high-quality nursing care for addicted patients and their families. NNSA has something to offer every nurse, regardless of their area of nursing practice. With the prevalence of addiction-related health consequences, IntNSA believes that all nurses must maintain a basic level of knowledge and skills in addictions.

The official publication of IntNSA is Journal of Addictions Nursing.

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  International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses [IOMSN]   

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International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses
PO Box 450
Teaneck, NJ 07666

201/384-2752
201/384-3954 fax

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Objectives:
  • Establish and perpetuate a specialized branch of nursing in multiple sclerosis
  • Establish standards of nursing care in multiple sclerosis
  • Support multiple sclerosis nursing research
  • Educate the health care community about multiple sclerosis
  • Disseminate this knowledge throughout the world

The official publication of the International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses [IOMSN] is IOMSN Update.

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  International Organization of Psychophysiology [IOP], (Organisation internationale de psychophysiologie)   

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International Organization of Psychophysiology

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The International Organization of Psychophysiology [IOP] was founded in 1982 and admitted to the United Nations as the only accredited world organization representing Psychophysiology in accordance with International law. IOP maintains relations with 2,122 institutions around the world and its membership comes from 49 countries.

The objectives of the IOP are to:

  • Act as the directing and coordinating international authority on psychophysiological research, training and practice
  • Promote the psychophysiological model as being fundamental to an integrated scientific understanding of the living organism
  • Promote improved standards of teaching and training in psychophysiology
  • Promote and conduct research in the field of psychophysiology
  • Publish the international journal of psychophysiology and such other publications as may serve the promotion of psychophysiological knowledge
  • Organize international, continental, regional and national conferences and conventions in psychophysiology
  • Assist governments and other institutions by providing information, counsel and assistance in the field of psychophysiology
  • Maintain effective and accredited collaboration with the united nations and other international, regional, continental and national scientific institutions, and such other institutions as may be deemed appropriate
  • Provide information about the field of psychophysiology, health and well-being to the public through media programs

The official publication of IOP is the International Journal of Psychophysiology.

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  International Personnel Management Association for Human Resources [IPMA-HR], Assessment Council [IPMAAC]   

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The International Personnel Management Association Assessment Council [IPMAAC] is the leading organization of applied personnel assessment professionals with more than 600 members actively engaged in practice, research, and training in personnel assessment to meet the needs of both public and private organizations. IPMAAC was formed in 1976 as a section of the International Personnel Management Association for Human Resources [IPMA-HR], IPMAAC offers educational programs and workshops and holds an annual conference.

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  International Personnel Management Association for Human Resources [IPMA-HR]   

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International Personnel Management Association
1617 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

703/549-7100
703/684-0948 fax

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The International Personnel Management Association for Human Resources [IPMA-HR] represents the interests of over 5,500 human resource professionals at the Federal, State and Local levels of government. The first meeting of IPMA-HR's original parent organization, the National Assembly of Civil Service Commissions, took place in 1906,

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  International Primal Association [IPA]   

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International Primal Association
5539 Columbia Pike #816
Arlington, VA 22204

877/774-6257
248/478-5559

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The International Primal Association [IPA], founded in 1973, is a non-profit organization and community of professionals and lay persons dedicated to the experience, exploration, education, research and promotion of deep feeling therapies, personal expression and growth.

The official publication of IPA was, until 1991, Aesthema.

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  International Psychoanalytical Association [IPA]   

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The International Psychoanalytical Association
Broomhills, Woodside Lane
London N12 8UD
United Kingdom

+44/20/8446 8324
+44/20/8445 4729 fax

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The International Psychoanalytical Association [IPA], with over 9,000 members in 30 countries, is the world's primary psychoanalytic accrediting and regulatory body, with its beginnings in the roots of psychoanalysis itself.

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  International Psychoanalytic Studies Organization [IPSO]   

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The International Psychoanalytic Studies Organization [IPSO], founded in 1973, is comprised of candidates in psychoanalytic training throughout the world.

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  International Psychogeriatric Association [IPA]   

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IPA Secretariat
550 Frontage Road
Suite 3759
Northfield, IL 60093

847/501-3310
847/501-3317 fax

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The International Psychogeriatric Association provides healthcare professionals and scientists with information about the behavioral and biological aspects of mental health in the elderly. Through publications and meetings, IPA keeps professionals in close touch with current news and international perspectives on research, clinical practice, innovative develpments, and significant literature related to the field. In addition, IPA works actively to promote a broad spectrum of research and to increase worldwide understanding of psychogeriatric needs.

Organized in 1980, IPA is the only international non-profit organization with a primary focus on psychogeriatrics with membership open to scientists and healthcare professionals of all relevant disciplines: psychiatry, geriatric medicine, neurology, nursing, psychology, social work and a range of basic sciences and healthcare disciplines.

The official publication of IPA is International Psychogeriatrics.

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  International Psycho-Oncology Society [IPOS]   

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International Psycho-Oncology Society
154 Hansen Road
Suite 201
Charlottesville, VA 22911

434/293-5350
434/977-1856 fax

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The International Psycho-Oncology Society [IPOS] was formed in 1984 to foster international multidisciplinary communication about clinical, educational and research issues that relate to the subspecialty of psycho-oncology. The Society seeks to provide leadership and development of standards for educational training and research in the two psychosocial dimensions of cancer: the response of patients, families and staff to cancer and its treatment at all stages, and the psychological, social and behavioral factors that influence tumor progression and survival. It has boundaries with all clinical oncologic specialties, epidemiology and cancer control, basic sciences, bioethics, palliative care, rehabilitation, clinical trials and decision making.

Official publication: Psycho-Oncology.

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  International Psychology Services [IPS]   

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International Psychology Services
FREEPOST SEA1132
17 High Street
Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex
England BN6 9TT

+44/1273/832181
+44/1273/833250 fax

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  International Quality & Productivity Center [IQPC]   

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International Quality & Productivity Center
150 Clove Road
PO Box 401
Little Falls, NJ 07424-0401

800/882-8684
973/256-0205 fax

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  International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims [IRCT]   

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International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims
Borgergade 13
PO Box 9049
DK-1022 Copenhagen K
Denmark

+45/33/76-0600
+45/33/76-0500 fax

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The International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims [IRCT] is an independent, international health professional organization, which promotes and supports the rehabilitation of torture victims and works for the prevention of torture worldwide. The vision of the IRCT is a world that values and accepts shared responsibility for the eradication of torture.

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  International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods [ISR], (Société Internationale du Rorschach et de Métodes Projectives))   

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International Society for the Rorschach and Projective Methods
Hogrefe SA
Case postale CH-3000 Bern 9
Switzerland

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International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods [ISR] was founded in 1952. National Rorschach societies or groups exist in Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Cuba, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Israel, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Peru, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States and Venezuela, encompassing some 2,800 members.

Objectives:

  • Create an international link between national societies, associations, groups for Rorschach and Projective Techniques to facilitate scientific exchanges among specialists, practitioners and researchers in the field
  • Ensure publication of an international journal named RORSCHACHIANA and of a newsletter designed to facilitate communication among the membership
  • Safeguard the archives concerning the Rorschach and Projective Methods, and endeavor to make them easily accessible to members

Official publication: Rorschachiana.

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