Our International and EU Department
The International department closely monitors European legislation and contributes its expertise to the European legislative process in a number of ways: by responding to public consultations, by participating in meetings, conferences and public hearings, by co-operating with its European partners, by meeting European decision makers to discuss specific issues. The French Medical Council has a representative office to the European Institutions in Brussels.
Follow our @CNOM_Europe twitter account dedicated to our international work.
The European Council of Medical Orders is an organisation of European medical regulatory bodies, the aim of which is to promote high quality medical care at European level in the best interests of patients. The French Medical Council is responsible for its secretariat.
More information: www.ceom-ecmo.eu
The Standing Committee of European Doctors (CPME) is a European association created in 1958. It represents the National Medical Associations of 28 countries in Europe. The French Medical Council joined CPME in January 2015.Dr. Patrick Romestaing is the 1st Vice-president of CPME.
More information: www.cpme.eu/
The European Network of Medical Competent Authorities (ENMCA) brings together the Medical Competent Authorities of countries in the European Economic Area (EEA) responsible for the recognition of medical qualifications, pursuant to Directive 2013/55/EU. Together with its British and German counterparts, the French Medical Council coordinates the Network’s activities.
Learn more at: www.enmca.eu
The European Association of Senior Hospital Physicians (AEMH) was created in 1963. It provides a European platform for hospital physicians’ associations from 17 national delegations. The AEMH uses the valuable expertise of specialists in order to promote hospital management based on quality and safety in the European Union.
More information: www.aemh.org/
The World Medical Association
The World Medical Association brings together 106 medical associations from five continents and represents more than three million doctors. The WMA’s purpose is to serve humanity by endeavoring to achieve the highest international standards in Medical Education, Medical Science, Medical Art and Medical Ethics, and Health Care for all people in the world.
The French Medical Council is a member of the WMA Council.
Learn more at: www.wma.net
The Conference of Medical Councils from French-speaking countries is an organisation of medical regulatory bodies from French-speaking countries, the purpose of which is to promote high quality health care for the benefit of patients.
En savoir plus
Find in the CEOM website :
- Conditions of practice and Ethics codes in the CEOM’s countries members
- European Charter of Medical Ethics
- Deontological guidelines
- European Observatory of Medical Demography
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