UEMS Autumn Council was held in Malta last week, between 20 and 21 October 2023. Council meetings were a significant success, bringing together more than 130 participants, who had a crucial role to play in the UEMS.
George Chakhava President of GAMS and Nikolas Sainishvili Representative of GAMS in the Board of Radiology have participated in the work of Council and in different working groups.
As the results of the UEMS Enlarged Executive Elections that took place on Saturday 21st of April after a rigorous selection process and the collective participation of National Medical Associations, full members of the UEMS, we are pleased to inform you that the following representatives will assume their respective roles for the upcoming mandate - 1 January 2024 – 31 December 2027:
UEMS Executive Committee:
President of the UEMS : Professor Vassilios Papalois
Secretary General of the UEMS: Doctor João Grenho
Treasurer of the UEMS: Doctor Othmar Haas
Officer for European and International Affaires (ex Liaison-Officer) of the UEMS: Doctor Marc Hermans
UEMS Vice-Presidents, members of the UEMS Enlarged Executive Committee:
Doctor Tomás Cobo-Castro
Doctor Maeve Durkan
Doctor Andreas Papandroudis
Professor Paolo Ricci
Congratulations to the new UEMS Enlarged Executive Committee members on their elections. We have full confidence in their leadership abilities and hope to have mutually fruitful and beneficial collaboration to address the needs of Georgia and the whole region in spreading competency based medical education and Good Medical Practice.
Three European Training Requirements have been endorsed during this Council session:
UEMS 2023.37 European Training Requirements for the Specialty of Medical Genetics
UEMS 2023.38 European Training Requirements for the Specialty of Nuclear Medicine
UEMS 2023.39 European Training Requirements for the Specialty of Psychiatry*
We would like to thank to our host, the Medical Association of Malta (MAM), for their exceptional support and hospitality, which enabled the smooth organization of the UEMS Council meetings in Malta at the Grand Hotel Excelsior.
We hope that Georgian delegation active participation and engagement as well as the proposal of our country candidacy as the host of the future UEMS Council will be successful and our colleagues dedication, expertise and commitment will play a crucial role in shaping our organization’s future and ensuring developing high quality CME/CPD Medical Education and Good Medical Practice in Georgia.