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Our vision is that everyone around the world is treated and cared for by safe and competent doctors

Medical regulation protects the public. Every day, medical regulatory authorities (MRAs) around the world strive to fulfill their mandate—to protect, promote, and maintain the health and safety of the public by ensuring proper standards for the profession of medicine. IAMRA exists to support the world’s medical regulatory authorities in this endeavor. Through scientific, educational, and collaborative activities, IAMRA strives to encourage best practices among the world’s MRAs and to respond to both their current and future needs.  


A truly global collaboration, IAMRA welcomes applications from MRAs and other organizations involved in medical regulation, from medical schools, and from organizations involved in regulating other health professions. As a membership organization, IAMRA values the communication, participation, and interaction that are key to the success of this international collaboration. 

We invite you to learn more about the benefits of membership and our membership levels.



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News Updates

 

New Members 

IAMRA is pleased to announce its newest members – the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council and the National Center for Independent Examination in Kazakhstan.  IAMRA currently has 115 members from 48 countries. To see a full list of IAMRA members, please click here.


2018 IAMRA Conference

IAMRA recently held its 13th biennial International Conference on Medical Regulation in Dubai, UAE.  The Conference was hosted by Dubai Health Authority and the theme of the meeting was Empowering Regulation with Innovation and Evidence.  Sub-themes included: innovative regulatory models, medical workforce, safe practice and quality, and medical education.  To view the full conference program, click here.


The IAMRA Members General Assembly was held on October 8th in Dubai.  The General Assembly is IAMRA's biennial business meeting where members receive updates on the work of IAMRA committees and working groups; consider proposed Bylaws revisions; consider resolutions for adoption as IAMRA policies; and elect Officers and Members-at-Large to the Management Committee, which is the governing body of IAMRA.


The General Assembly adopted the following policies:


IAMRA Statement on Accreditation of Postgraduate (Specialist) Medical Education Programs


IAMRA Statement on Continued Competency (This statement included a slight revision to the policy adopted in 2016, with the inclusion of the principle that a Continued Competency System should recognize education credits across international borders.)


IAMRA Statement on Independence of Regulation: The Primacy of Patient Safety


Developing Guidelines on Good Prescribing Practices


To view additional IAMRA policies, click here.

 


IAMRA eNews
IAMRA eNews is a quarterly newsletter to facilitate the sharing of information by and for those with an interest in medical regulation. To read the latest edition of IAMRA eNews click here. If you would like to submit an article or a news item for a future edition of IAMRA eNews, please Contact Us.
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