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The course was jointly funded by the Movement Disorder Society (MDS) and the World Federation of Neurology.
Lord Walton - who grew up in the North East and went on to become president of the British Medical Association, the General Medical Council, the Royal Society of Medicine and World Federation of Neurology - said: "I ask for a speedy conclusion.
The endorsement of this text by the World Federation of Neurology praises International Neurology: A Clinical Approach as a "textbook with true global authorship.
A survey culling data from the websites of the World Psychiatric Association, (6) Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI), (9) the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) (8) and the World Federation of Neurology (WFN)7 enabled us to conclude that: * 9 countries had at least 1 national association of psychiatry * only 1 country (South Africa) had a section addressing psychiatry for the elderly in the national psychiatric association * 9 countries had an organisation with membership of the ADI * only South Africa had a national association that is a member of the IAGG * 4 countries had a national association of neurology.
95 Paperback World Federation of Neurology seminars in clinical neurology; v.
Such a model can, however, be considered against the World Federation of Neurology definition of dyslexia (1968), which differs from the definition of dyslexia offered by the British Psychological Society (1999).
They have determined that while the World Federation of Neurology has endorsed the meeting, the WFN did not initiate and sponsor the Symposium However, OFAC is currently deciding whether to issue a SPECIFIC license which would allow the participants to attend.
The definition recommended by the Research Group of Developmental Dyslexia of the World Federation of Neurology in 1968 reads: 'A disorder manifested by a difficulty in learning to read despite conventional instruction, adequate intelligence and socio-cultural opportunity.