Medical School gains WONCA academic membership

|Medical School gains WONCA academic membership

Medical School gains WONCA academic membership

Monday, 29 August 2016

The World Organisation of Family Doctors (WONCA) approved on 15 August the Medical School’s application to become an academic member of WONCA. This is a very welcome recognition of the School’s activities in education and research.

WONCA is the leading global primary care body. It is a not-for-profit organisation, founded in 1972 by 18 founding country bodies, and now has 118 member organisations in 131 countries and territories, of which Cyprus is the latest.  The Medical School’s Department for Primary Care and Population Health is one of 27 members in the ‘academic’ membership category. Only four of these are based in Europe with the Medical School being the only academic member in Southern Europe.

Through this membership, the Medical School will gain numerous opportunities by participating actively in WONCA’s regional and global activities such as  conferences, working parties, special interest groups and the Young Doctors’ groups.

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