Country report 2010
Romanian Ostomy Association
Romanian Ostomy Association – non-profit and non-governmental organization, founded in 1996.
The membership number is around 800. The members of R.O.A. are mainly people living in south-easthern part of Romania, people with ileo-, colo- or urostoma, relatives , nurses and other supporters of the people who have a stoma. Each member has a membership card which is endorsed monthly or every three months. Monthly fee is about 0,8 euro , but it is optional – not mandatary for all our members. Continue reading “Romania Country Report 2010”
Here you can read about a new independent forum for ostomates created by Deutschhe ILKO: Press Release: ILCO discussion forum (PDF document).
Link to the forum: Deutsche ILKO Fourm.
During the weekend of 16 – 17 April 2016 IA (the Ileostomy and Internal Pouch Support Group) celebrated their 60th anniversary. I was invited by the executive committee of IA to attend this special meeting in Hinckley, United Kingdom. It was very special for me to be together with more than 200 members of IA.
On Saturday morning 16th April, Professor Neil Mortensen, National President of IA, welcomed everyone to the meeting and the President of the local member organisation, Leicestershire IA, opened the meeting with a warm speech. Looking back – Moving forward was the theme for this national meeting.
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Please read the Report for the 21st World Congress of Enterostomal Therapists WCET 2014 Biennial Congress which was held in Cape Town – South Africa from the 13th to the 16th of March 2016 – the PDF document: WCET 2016 CONGRESS.
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Change of IA national secretary and office relocation now complete.
Rochford, 2nd March 2016, Following the retirement of Anne Demick, IA National Secretary, IA is pleased to announce the appointment of Jackie King. Jackie joins IA with a strong background in administration management having worked in both the public and private sectors, at senior level, for many years. Jackie moved into the charity sector in recent years, working at both a national and local level, for a UK-based charity, from where she joins IA.
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