Assemblées Générales

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Date General
Assembly
Council
Session
Place President
1947 1 1 Paris, France Eugène Marquis
1948 2 New York, USA
2 3 -4 Geneva, Switzerland Eugène Marquis
1949 5 Madrid, Spain
3 6-7 London, UK Charles Hill
1950 8 Denmark
4 9-10 New York City, USA Elmer L. Henderson
1951 11 Geneva
5 12-13 Stockholm Dag Knutson
1952 14 Brussels
6 15-16 Athens, Greece George Krimpas
1953 17 Portugal
7 18-19 Holland L. A. Hults
London; First World Conference on Medical Education
1954 20 Zurich, Switzerland
8 21-22 Roma, Italy A. Spinelli
1955 23 Ireland
9 24-25 Vienna, Austria K. Niederberger
1956 26 Germany
10 27-28 Havanna, Cuba Leopoldo Araujo,
J. A. Bustamante
1957 29 Norway
11 30-31 Istanbul, Turkey A. R. Onat
1958 32 Paris, France
12 33-34 Copenhagen, Denmark Charles Jacobsen
1959 35 Sydney, Australia
13 36-37 Montreal, Canada R. Lemieux
Chicago Second World Conference on Medical Education
1960 38 Spain
14 39-40 Berlin, Germany Paul Eckel
1961 41 New York City, USA
15 42-43 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil A.M. de Aragao
1962 44 Chicago, IL, USA
16 45-46 New Delhi, India R. V. Sarthe
1963 47 Yugoslavia
17 48-49 New York, USA E. Annis
1964 50 Luxembourg
18 51-52 Helsinki, Finland U. Siirala
1965 53 Santiago, Chile
19 54-55 London, U.K. Sir C. Price-Thomas
1966 56 Headquarters
20 57-58 Manila, Philippines Jesus Tamesis
New Delhi Third World Conference on Medical Education
1967 59 Headquarters
21 60-61 Madrid, Spain A. De La Fuente Chaos
1968 62 New York City, USA
22 63-64 Sydney, Australia Leonard Mallen
1969 65 Montevideo, Uruguay
23 66-67 Paris, France J. Monier
1970 68 New York City, USA
24 69-70 Oslo, Norway O. K. Harlem
1971 71 Tokyo, Japan
25 72-73 Ottawa, Canada A.F.W. Peart
1972 74 New York City, USA
26 75-76 Amsterdam, Netherlands Th. Vossenaar
Copenhagen Fourth World Conference on Medical Education
1973 77 New York, USA
27 78-79 Munich, Germany E. From
1974 80 New York, USA
28 81-82 Stockholm, Sweden S. Nilssen
1975 83 Paris, France
29 84-85 Tokyo, Japan T. Takemi
1976 86 Ferney-Voltaire, France
30 87-88 Sao Paulo, Brazil P. Kassab
1977 89 Munich, Germany
31 90-91 Dublin, Ireland P. A. Farrelly
1978 92 Divonne-les-Bains, France
32 93-94 Manila, Philippines A. Z. Romualdez
1979 95 Divonne-les-Bains, France
33 96-97 Caracas, Venezuela R. Castellanos
1980 98 New Orleans, LA, USA
99 Munich, Germany (Council Session replacing Assembly)
1981 100 Divonne-les-Bains, France
34 101-102 Lisbon, Portugal A. Gentil Martins
1982 103 Madrid, Spain
104 Honolulu, USA
1983 105 Monaco
35 106-107 Venice, Italy A.G.N. Sinha, India
1984 108 Luxembourg
36 109-110 Singapore B. Baruchello, Italy
1985 111 Talloires, France
37 112-113 Brussels, Belgium T. J. Moon, Korea
1986 114 Buenos Aires, Argentina
38 115-116 Rancho Mirage, USA J. Farber, Belgium
1987 117 Munich, Germany
39 118-119 Madrid, Spain H. L. Thompson, Australia
1988 120 Monte-Carlo, Monaco
40 121-122 Vienna, Austria E. Huertas, Cuba
1989 123 Miami, FL, USA
41 124-125 Hong Kong R. Ishay, Israel
1990 126 Jerusalem, Israel
42 127-128 Rancho Mirage, USA M. Macedo, Portugal
Rancho Mirage Fifth World Conference on Medical Education
1991 129 Divonne-les-Bains, France
43 130-131 St. Julians, Malta A. R. Nelson, USA
1992 132 Santiago, Chile
44 133-134 Marbella, Spain I. Badran, Egypt
1993 135 Istanbul, Turkey
45 136-137 Budapest, Hungary J. Pace, Malta
1994 138 Sydney, Australia
46 139-140 Stockholm, Sweden P. Kincaid-Smith, Australia
1995 141 Divonne-les-Bains, France
47 142-143 Bali, Indonesia J. Moulin, France
1996 144 Geneva, Switzerland
48 145-146 Somerset West, South Africa B. B. Mandell, South Africa
1997 147 Paris, France
49 148-149 Hamburg, Germany A. Azwar, Indonesia
1998 150 Montevideo, Uruguay
50 151-152 Ottawa, Canada D. H. Johnson, USA
1999 153 Santiago, Chile
51 154-155 Tel Aviv, Israel J. Blahos, Czech Rep
2000 156 Divonne-les-Bains, France
52 157-158 Edinburgh, Scotland Eitaka Tsuboi, Japan
2001 159 Divonne-les-Bains, France
160 Ferney-Voltaire, France (Council Session replacing Assembly) Enrique Accorsi, Chile
2002 161 Divonne-les-Bains, France
53 162-163 Washington, DC, USA Kati Myllymaki, Finland
2003 164 Divonne-les-Bains, France
54 165-166 Helsinki, Finland James Appleyard, UK
2004 167 Divonne les Bains, France
55 168-169 Tokyo, Japan Yank D. Coble, USA
2005 170 Divonne les Bains, France
56 171-172 Santiago, Chile Kgosi Letlape, South Afrika
2006 173 Divonne les Bains, France
57 174-175 Pilanesberg, South Africa Nachiappan Arumugam, Malaysia
2007 176 Berlin, Germany
58 177-178 Copenhagen, Denmark Jón Snædal, Iceland
2008 179 Divonne les Bains, France
59 180-181 Seoul, Korea Yoram Blachar, Israel
2009 182 Tel Aviv, Israel
60 183-184 New Delhi, India Dana Hanson, Canada
2010 185 Evian-les-Bains, France
61 186-187 Vancouver, Canada Wonchat Subhachaturas, Thailand
2011 188 Sydney, Australia
62 189-190 Montevideo, Uruguay Jose Luiz Gomes do Amaral, Brazil
2012 191 Prague, Czech Republic
63 192-193 Bangkok, Thailand Cecil B. Wilson, USA
2013 194 Bali, Indonesia
64 195-196 Fortaleza, Brazil Margaret Mungherera, Uganda
2014 197 Tokyo, Japan
65 198-199 Durban, South Africa Xavier Deau, France
2015 200 Oslo, Norway
66 201-202 Moscow, Russia Sir Michael Marmot, UK
2016 203 Buenos Aires, Argentina
67 204-205 Taipei, Taiwan Ketan Desai, India
2017 206 Livingstone, Zambia
68 207-208 Chicago, USA Yoshitake Yokokura, Japon
2018 209 Riga, Lettonie
69 210-211 Reykjavik, Islande Leonid Eidelman, Israël

De 1947 à 1981 la coutume était de  faire nommer le Président de l’AMM par l’association membre (AMN) accueillant l’Assemblée. En 1983 lors de l’assemblée Générale de Venise cela a été modifié. Singapore a été la seule Assemblée Générale organisée dans un pays dont l’association médicale nationale n’était pas membre de l’AMM.

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