Academic journal article The Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation

"Best Practice in Intellectual Disability Medicine"-Congress in Bristol

Academic journal article The Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation

"Best Practice in Intellectual Disability Medicine"-Congress in Bristol

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On the 13th and 14th of May 2010, in Bristol, the United Kingdom, was hosted a congress with theme "Best Practices in Intellectual Disability Medicine" in organization of the MAMH-European Association of Intellectual Disability Medicine, "indis international" - best practice in intellectual disability medicine and "ALDERN" - Avon Learning Difficulties Education and Research Network. The main concept of the congress was more than 90 guests from more than 20 countries to present the best politics, practices, training, and networking in regards to individuals with intellectual disability in their own countries. The aim was to enable exchange of the experiences, new information, innovations and achievements, as well as improving of the life quality by enabling better approach for health care and prevention for children and adults with intellectual disability.

The congress hosted doctors, nurses and other health-medical workers from several countries: Australia, Austria, England, Belgium, Wales, Denmark, Ireland, Italy, Canada, Macedonia, Moldavia, Norway, Poland, Netherlands, Hungary, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Scotland, Spain. The single representative from the Republic of Macedonia was Prof. …

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