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LNSLNS The World Medical Association (WMA) is an independent world-wide confederation of free professional associations. The WMA provides a forum for its members to serve humanity by endeavouring to achieve the highest international standards in medical education, medical science, medical art and medical ethics and in health care for all people of the world. The WMA has member associations from all its six regions: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America and the Pacific. The Secretariat is presently located in Ferney-Voltaire, France. The WMA is now seeking a
Secretary General

The Secretary General as the chief executive officer of the Association coordinates activities related to long range, strategic planning, public health concerns and major communication efforts.
The Secretary General serves as chief liaison to major health related organizations, government agencies and the public.
The Secretary General, together with the elected Chairman and President, serves as spokesperson for the WMA.
The successful candidate should have proven management and interpersonal skills, and high personal integrity. He/she should be a creative person and an effective communicator.
The successful candidate should have a thorough understanding of governmental processes and the importance of efficient communication networks, both formal and informal. The successful candidate must have a medical qualification and complete command of the English language. Command of the other languages of the Association (French and Spanish) would be useful.
Compensation is negotiable.
To receive an application form write or call:
Dr. Anders Milton, Chairman of Council of the WMA, c/o The Swedish Medical Association, Villagatan 5, P. O. Box 5610, 11486 Stockholm, Sweden, Tel (46) 8 790 33 00 or Fax (46) 8 20 57 18.





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