alexa Scandinavian Society for Head and Neck Oncology

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Scandinavian Society for Head and Neck Oncology

The scandinavian society for head and neck oncology (sshno) is a multi-disciplinary society, open for all professionals with special interest in head and neck oncology in the Nordic countries. sshno is founding member of the European Head and Neck Society and membership of sshno gives full member rights in EHNS, including reduced conference fees. sshno is open for all professionals with special interest in head and neck oncology in the Nordic countries. Agenda of the 25th Annual Meeting and General Assembly of the scandinavian society for head and neck oncology will be the issue of the meeting's statutory proclamation , Election of Chairman of the General Assembly, Election of two persons for the record,  The Board's Annual Report, Treasurer's accounting, Audit Report, The issue of the Board's discharge 8th Election of Chairman 9th election of board members 10th Election of two auditors and one deputy auditor , Election of members to the Nomination, Determination of the annual fee 13th Other questions. The association is to promote Nordic development of multidisciplinary cooperation, training, quality improvement and research into diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of tumor diseases of the ear - nose and throat area. The association's board shall consist of at least one and no more than two members per Nordic country, and are chosen for two years. Re-election may take place two aisles. In addition,  selected president separately. Re-election of the chairman may be done more than once. Besides  constituting the board itself. The Board is responsible for the Annual General Assembly. The Annual General Assembly of the members are held every two years, on the date determined by the Board, and to the appropriate geographical rotation met.

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