Federation Of Obstetrics & Gynaecological Societies Of India

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Federation Of Obstetrics & Gynaecological Societies Of India

FIGO has developed from an association speaking to 42 national social orders - who went to the establishing meeting on 26 July 1954 in Geneva, Switzerland - into a really worldwide association. Teacher Hubert de Watteville, conceived and instructed in Berne, Switzerland (1907-1984), was the 'establishing father' of FIGO, an appealling figure, profoundly viewed as a gynecologist and obstetrician by numerous household and outside patients, including superstars. His work focused on endocrinology and on psychosomatics in gynecology. In 1978, De Watteville himself depicted the procedure of the establishment of FIGO. Prior to the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics was made, global congresses had been held in 1898 in St Petersburg and 1938 in Amsterdam. In Amsterdam it was chosen to hold a different universe congress in 1942 in Berne, Switzerland, yet World War II made it incomprehensible. In May 1950, Professor Fred Adair from Chicago and Professor The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (Fédération Internationale de Gynécologie et d'Obstétrique - FIGO) was built up in Geneva in 1954 by Professor Hubert de Watteville, the 'establishing father' of FIGO. It is a one of a kind association, the main worldwide association speaking to national social orders of obstetricians and gynecologists. As of now, FIGO has Member Societies in 130 nations or domains. Its Secretariat is situated in London, the United Kingdom. For more than 60 years FIGO has worked together with the world's top wellbeing and giver bodies. FIGO as of now has Member Societies in 130 nations/regions. The FIGO World Congress has occurred at regular intervals since 1958. It pivots through five landmasses at regular intervals: the Africa-Eastern Mediterranean, Asia-Oceania, Europe, Latin America and North America areas. Six years in front of the occasion, the General Assembly will choose the nation/domain in which the Congress will be held in view of the suggestions of the Executive Board.

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