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The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA)

  • Area
    Cardiovascular
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
  • Year Founded
  • Mission Statement
    The mission of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association and its professional membership is "Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke." The membership program is composed of 13 scientific councils and three interdisciplinary working groups (IWGs). Each council and IWG conducts multidisciplinary efforts that lead toward a better understanding of the heart, circulatory system, brain and other interdependent organs. These efforts ensure that sound medical and scientific knowledge underlies the association’s efforts to reduce the impact of heart disease and stroke.
    Mission
    The scientific councils recognize significant achievement, leadership and outstanding contributions to cardiovascular disease and stroke medicine and research. Through such recognition, individual accomplishments are applauded and the legacy that built the scientific councils is kept alive.
  • Official Journals
    Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology; Circulation; Circulation Research; Hypertension; and Stroke
  • Contact Address
    American Heart Association
    National Center
    7272 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75231
  • Conference Information
    Scientific Sessions 2010
    Nov 13-17, 2010
    McCormick Place - Chicago, IL
  • URL
    http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=1200000

Asian American Pacific Islander Nurses Association (AAPINA)

  • Area
    Others
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
  • Year Founded
  • Mission Statement
    The objectives of AAPINA are:
    To identify and support the health care needs of Asian Pacific Islanders (API) in the United States and globally.
    To implement strategies to act on issues, registration and public policies affecting the health of APIs.
    To collaborate with other interdisciplinary health and professional organizations.
    To identify and support professional and nursing concerns of API nurses in the United States and globally through active networking and empowerment.
  • Official Journals
  • Contact Address
    info@aapina.org
  • Conference Information
    Asian American Pacific Islander Nurses Association's 6th Annual Conference
    March 20-21, 2009
    Waikiki Beach Marriott, Honolulu HI
    University of Hawaii at Manoa
    School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene
  • URL
    http://www.aapina.org/

Association of Pediatric Oncology Nurses (APHON)

  • Area
    Pediatric
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
    2,700
  • Year Founded
    1973
  • Mission Statement
    Mission:
    APHON provides and promotes expert practice in pediatric hematology/oncology nursing to its members and the public at large.
    Purpose and Vision:
    APHON is the professional organization for pediatric hematology/oncology nurses and other pediatric hematology/oncology healthcare professionals. Its members are dedicated to promoting optimal nursing care for children, adolescents, and young adults with cancer and blood disorders, and their families. APHON provides the leadership and expertise to pediatric hematology/oncology nurses by defining and promoting the highest standards of practice and care to the pediatric, adolescent, and young adult communities.
  • Official Journals
    Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing
  • Contact Address
    Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses
    4700 W. Lake Avenue Glenview, IL 60025-1485
    Phone: 847-375-4724 / Fax: 877-734-8755
    E-mail: info@aphon.org
  • Conference Information
    APHON's 34th Annual Conference & Exhibit
    October 14-16, 2010
    Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, Minneapolis MN
  • URL
    http://www.apon.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=1

The European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC)

  • Area
    Palliative care
  • Headquarter
    Italy
  • # of Members
     
  • Year Founded
    1988
  • Mission Statement
    Promote the implementation of existing knowledge; train those who at any level are involved with the care of patients and families affected by incurable and advanced disease; and promote study and research.
    • Bring together those who study and practise the disciplines involved in the care of patients and families affected by advanced disease (doctors, nurses, social workers, psychologists and volunteers).
    • Promote and sponsor publications or periodicals concerning palliative care.
    • Unify national palliative care organizations and establish an international net-work for the exchange of information and expertise.
  • Official Journals
    • European Journal of Palliative Care (EJPC)
    • Palliative Medicine (PM)
  • Contact Address
    EAPC Head Office,
    National Cancer Institute Milano Via Venezian 1, 20133 Milano, ITALY
    Phone: +39-02-2390-3390 / Fax: +39-02-2390-3393
    Web Site: Amelia Giordano
    EAPC Head office
    Istituto Nazionale Dei Tumori Via Venezian 1, 20133 Milano, ITALY
  • Conference Information
    6th Research Congress of the EAPC
    10-12th June 2010
    Glasgow UK
  • URL
    http://www.eapcnet.eu/

The European Association of Neuroscience Nurses (EANN)

  • Area
    Neuroscience
  • Headquarter
    Belgium
  • # of Members
  • Year Founded
  • Mission Statement
    MISSION :
    The mission of the European Association of Neuroscience Nurses (EANN) is to enhance and develop the competence of European neuroscience nurses by improving the exchange of information between nurses across Europe. In realising the mission of our Association optimal patient outcomes will be promoted leading to improved standards in patient care throughout the European community.
    VISION :
    Our vision for the future is that the European Association of Neuroscience Nurses will be easily accessible to every neuroscience nurse in Europe and that knowledgeable, competent and skilled neuroscience nurses will deliver nursing care.
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    Andre Houtman
    Kortrijksesteenweg 758
    9000 Ghent, Belgium
    Phone: 0032-486-33-37-48
    E-mail: andre.houtman@ugent.be
  • Conference Information
    9th Quadrennial Congress9th Quadrennial Congress
    May 4-7 2011
    Blankenberge
  • URL
    http://www.eann.info/

European Federation of regulatory bodies and competent authorities for nursing (FEPI)

  • Area
    Others
  • Headquarter
    Belgium
  • # of Members
     
  • Year Founded
    2004
  • Mission Statement
    It aims to protect European citizens by securing excellence in:
    •  Nursing competences and practice.
    •  Professional standards.
    •  Continuous education and training.
    •  Codes of conduct.
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    Dr Thedoros Koutroubas
    Senior Policy Advisor
    E-Mail: koutroubas@fepi.org

    Laurent Louette
    Policy and Press Officer
    E-Mail: fepi@skynet.be
  • Conference Information
    The 4 th FEPI International Conference
    Date 27,28 and 29 November 2008
    Location The Conference will take place at the Grand Hotel Palace, Thessaloniki
  • URL
    http://www.fepi.org/

European Transcultural Nurses' Association (ETNA)

  • Area
    Transcultural
  • Headquarter
    Italy
  • # of Members
     
  • Year Founded
     
  • Mission Statement
    ETNA will focus on the following activities:
    develop an international summer school on transcultural / multiethnic healt care
    promote, undertake and do collaborative research projects in the service educations areas within transcultural / multiethnic health care
    promote and host joint student / registered nurses workshop on transcultural / multiethnic health care delivery questions
    promote the exchange of teachers and clinical experts in the filed of transcultural / multiethnic heath care delivery system
    stimulate members to develop and exchange acredited teaching and work facilitating materials within transcultural / multiethnic health care
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    Via del Pozzo 71 Modena 41100 ITALY
    Phone: ++ 059-422-4251 / Fax: ++ 059-422-2378
    E-mail: president@etna-eu.net
  • Conference Information
  • URL
    http://www.europeantransculturalnurses.eu/

Foundation of European Nurses in Diabetes(FEND)

  • Area
    Diabetes
  • Headquarter
    UK
  • # of Members
     
  • Year Founded
    1995
  • Mission Statement
    Mission Statement
    To promote the delivery of evidence based care for people with diabetes throughout Europe.
    Aims
    Develop and promote the professional role of the diabetes nurse in Europe
    Influence European health care policy relevant to diabetes care and research
    Promote acceptable standards and equity of care for people with diabetes throughout Europe
    Co-operate and collaborate with national and international health care organisations
  • Official Journals
    European Diabetes Nursing
  • Contact Address
    24 Holmesdale Avenue, London SW14 7BQ, United Kingdom
    Phone: +44-20-8876-6122
  • Conference Information
    15th FEND Annual Conference
    19-20 September 2010
    City Conference Centre
    Folkets Hus
    Barnhusgatan 12-14
    111 23 Stockholm
    Sweden
  • URL
    http://www.fend.org/

International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN)

  • Area
    Forensic
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
     
  • Year Founded
     
  • Mission Statement
    IAFN is an international membership organization comprised of forensic nurses working around the world and other professionals who support and compliment the work of forensic nursing. The mission of the IAFN is to provide leadership in forensic nursing practice by developing, promoting, and disseminating information internationally about forensic nursing science.
    IAFN Organizational Goals:
    To incorporate primary prevention strategies into our work at every level in an attempt to create a world without violence.
    To establish and improve standards of evidence-based forensic nursing practice.
    To promote and encourage the exchange of ideas and transmission of developing knowledge among its members and related disciplines.
    To establish standards of ethical conduct for forensic nurses.
    To create and facilitate educational opportunities for forensic nurses and related disciplines.
  • Official Journals
    Journal of Forensic Nursing
  • Contact Address
    International Association of Forensic Nurses
    1517 Ritchie Hwy Ste 208 Arnold, MD 21012-2323
    Phone: +1-410-626-7805 / Fax: +1-410-626-7804
  • Conference Information
    18th Annual Scientific Assembly
    Wednesday, October 27, 2010 - Saturday, October 30, 2010
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
  • URL
    http://www.iafn.org/

The International Association of Paediatric Nurses (IAPN)

  • Area
    Pediatric
  • Headquarter
    The Netherlands
  • # of Members
  • Year Founded
    1998
  • Mission Statement
    This is a summary of the aims and the working arrangements of the Association, drawn from the survey and the meetings in Amsterdam.
    IAPN goal and purpose
    The goal of the IAPN is to enhance the care of children worldwide.
    The United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child, and its definition of childhood are the basis of the IAPN's activity, which will promote and advocate the health and development of children.
    The purpose of the IAPN is for paediatric nurses to communicate with each other - to have a network to help further the care of all children, meeting in spirit of collaboration, partnership and respect.
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    Corry van den Hoed-Heerschop MScN
    Laan van Rapijnen 10
    3461 GH Linschoten the Netherlands
    E-mail: corryvdhoed@casema.nl
    Phone work: +31(0)10-703-65-87
    E-mail work: c.vandenhoed@erasmusmc.nl
  • Conference Information
    7th International Conference of Neonatal Nursing
    24-27 October 2010
    Durban, South Africa
  • URL
    http://www.rcn.org.uk/development/communities/specialisms/children_and_young_people/forums/other_forums_and_groups/international_association_of_paediatric_nurses

International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing (INDEN)

  • Area
    Nursing education
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Member
    200
  • Year Founded
    1995
  • Mission Statement
    The aim of INDEN is to advance and promote high quality doctoral education in nursing through national/international collaboration and cooperation.
    Objectives
    In order to pursue the overall aim of advancing doctoral education, several specific objectives will be pursued by the Network:
    Create a common vision for the future of doctoral education;
    Develop quality indicators and guidelines for doctoral education that are relevant to different countries;
    Pursue opportunities for exchange of ideas for substantive nursing knowledge development applicable globally, in view of societal needs and evolving socio-political structures;
    Develop mechanisms to enable productive exchange of individuals and ideas across doctoral programs within and between countries;
    Provide opportunities for dialogue and networking among doctoral educators to address issues of shared interest in different regions of the world;
    Devise approaches for influencing policies relevant to doctoral education.
    In order to support the achievement of the above objectives a variety of approaches will be utilized. The following are illustrative:
    Recruit qualified individuals [as defined under "membership"] who will enrich the Network and further its aim;
    Develop an Internet list of individuals with experience in doctoral nursing education and supervision who can serve as resource to colleagues;
    Encourage doctoral student exchange across countries;
    Form a data base of doctoral programs with regard to features such as mentoring methods, curriculum approaches;
    Compile and share with members "best practices" in nursing doctoral education;
    Publish an electronic newsletter.
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    E-mail: inden@umich.edu
  • Conference Information
    the next INDEN Conference
    Date Spring 2009
    Location South Africa
  • URL
    http://www.umich.edu/~inden/

International Ophthalmic Nurses Association (IONA)

  • Area
    Ophthalmic
  • Headquarter
    UK
  • # of Members
    200
  • Year Founded
    1955
  • Mission Statement
    The International Ophthalmic Nurses Association is an independent association founded in 1955 by Mrs. Carmichael, then Matron of Moorfields Eye Hospital, to provide an opportunity for Ophthalmic Nurses worldwide to share knowledge and experience. We provide an independent voice to promote the value of the Ophthalmic Nurse and currently have approximately 200 members in the UK and abroad.
    IONA aims to provide of a network of information between ophthalmic nurses worldwide by means of a bi-annual newsletter and an annual conference where prestigious key speakers present various papers & cases and facilitate workshops. We benefit from and encourage research work to enhance the care of ophthalmic patients in a variety of settings.
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    Carol Bullock, Eye Outpatients, Queen's Medical Centre,
    Nottingham University Hospital, Derby Road, Nottingham,
    NG7 2UH United Kingdom
    E-mail: carol_iona@yahoo.co.uk
  • Conference Information
    "Eyes Around the World"
    4th & 5th June 2010
    Weetwood Hall
    Leeds
  • URL
    http://www.iona-online.org/

International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care (ISNCC)

  • Area
    Cancer
  • Headquarter
    Canada
  • # of Members
    80,000
  • Year Founded
    1984
  • Mission Statement
    Mission
    The mission of ISNCC is the protection and preservation of health and the relief of cancer related sickness, and the promotion and coordination of the activities of cancer nursing through the advancement and improvement of:
    The delivery of nursing care to people affected by cancer
    Education in cancer nursing
    Nursing research, including the publication of the useful results of such research
    Vision
    The vision of ISNCC is to be the voice of oncology nursing in the international arena.
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    ISNCC Secretariat
    375 West 5th Avenue Suite 201 Vancouver, BC V5Y 1J6
    Phone: +1-604-630-5516 / Fax: +1-604-874-4378
    Email: info@isncc.org
  • Conference Information
    16th International Conference on Cancer Nursing (ICCN)
    from Sunday 7 March - Thursday 11 March 2010
    the vibrant city of Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  • URL
    http://www.isncc.org/default.aspx

International Society of Nurses in Genetics (ISONG)

  • Area
    Genetics
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
     
  • Year Founded
     
  • Mission Statement
    Vision Statement
    ISONG, the International Society of Nurses in Genetics, is a global nursing specialty organization dedicated to fostering the scientific and professional growth of nurses in human genetics and genomics worldwide.
    The ISONG vision is: Caring for people's genetic and genomic health.
    Mission Statement
    To foster the scientific, professional, and personal development of members in the management of genomic information.
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    International Society of Nurses in Genetics, Inc.
    461 Cochran Road, Box 246 Pittsburgh, PA 15228
    Phone: 412-344-1414 / Fax: 412-344-0599
    Beth Kassalen, Executive Director
    Email: isongHQ@msn.com
  • Conference Information
    23rd Annual ISONG Conference
    2010.10.16
    Dallas, Texas USA
  • URL
    http://www.isong.org/

The International Society of Psychiatric- Mental Health Nurses (ISPN)

  • Area
    Psychiatric
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
     
  • Year Founded
     
  • Mission Statement
    The Mission of ISPN :
    The mission of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses (ISPN) is to unite and strengthen the presence and the voice of specialty psychiatric-mental health nursing while influencing health care policy to promote equitable, evidence-based and effective treatment and care for individuals, families and communities.
  • Official Journals
    Archives of Psychiatric Nursing
    Official Journal of the SERPN Division of ISPN
    Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing
    Official Journal of the ACAPN Division of ISPN
    Perspectives in Psychiatric Care (PPC)
    Official Journal of the AGPN Division of ISPN
  • Contact Address
    2810 Crossroads Drive Suite 3800 Madison, WI 53718
    Phone: 608-443-2463 / Toll-free: 1-866-330-7227
    FAX: 608-443-2474 or 2478
    E-mail: info@ispn-psych.org
  • Conference Information
    3rd Annual Psychopharmacology
    Institute ad ISPN 12th Annual Conference
    April 13-17, 2010
    Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch
    St. Louis, Missouri
  • URL
    http://www.ispn-psych.org/

The network for psychiatric nursing research (NPNR)

  • Area
    Psychiatric
  • Headquarter
    UK
  • # of Members
     
  • Year Founded
    1995
  • Mission Statement
    Our aim is to provide a comprehensive database of contacts, both in the UK and around the world, divided up into categories according to their interests and specialisms. Members will have the opportunity to access the experiences and knowledge of experts and colleagues worldwide. Our experts will be available to provide professional advice and guidance. There will be other members whom you can just network with, exchanging views and experiences. The NPNR has links with other organisations, specialist groups and networks in many countries.
    All members will receive an electronic newsletter, eNetLink, three times a year. eNetLink will contain articles, news items, conference information and other items of interest to members. Some of the articles will be submitted by members. Members are welcome to use the newsletter as a forum for their views on current issues in mental health nursing research or practice. We will also be sending news updates that we have been asked to circulate to members.
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    NPNR
    RCN Institute
    Radcliffe Infirmary
    Woodstock Road Oxford OX2 6DD UK
    Phone: +44 (0)1865-224640 / Fax: +44 (0) 1865-246787
    Email: npnr@rcn.org.uk
  • Conference Information
    16th International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research (NPNR) conference
    22 September 2010 to 23 September 2010
    Wadham College, Parks Road, Oxford
  • URL
    http://www.rcn.org.uk/development/researchanddevelopment/networks/clinical_focus_or_field_of_research2/npnr

The Nurses Hypertension Association (NHA)

  • Area
    Others
  • Headquarter
    UK
  • # of Members
     
  • Year Founded
    1991
  • Mission Statement
    Mission Statement
    The NHA members consist of nurses based in primary and secondary care who specialise in hypertension and cardiovascular disease prevention. The aim of the Association is to champion good clinical practice in this area by:-
    •  Sharing nursing expertise of all aspects blood pressure management
    • Setting goals and benchmarking standards of care related to hypertension and cardiovascular disease prevention
    • Disseminating good clinical practice through presentation of nursing research & audit, facilitated by the NHA annual scientific meeting held in conjunction with the British Hypertension Society Meeting
    • Providing a forum for discussion to improve quality of care
    • Providing specialist nursing advice as clinical experts to Advisory Boards
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    The NHA Secretary
    Email:nha_email@yahoo.co.uk
  • Conference Information
    Annual Scientific Meeting of NHA
    13th - 15th September 2010
    Queens' College - Members only
  • URL
     

The Nursing Emergency Preparedness Education Coalition (NEPEC)

  • Area
    Disaster
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
     
  • Year Founded
    2001
  • Mission Statement
    Mission:
    To provide a platform for nurse educators, practice and professional organizations, governmental agencies and others to pool expertise, make recommendations and disseminate best practices about emergency preparedness and disaster response education in the United States and worldwide.
    Vision:
    Every nurse prepared to serve people and community in a disaster or emergency.
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    Colleen Conway-Welch, PhD, CNM, FAAN, FACNM
    Director, Nursing Emergency Preparedness Education Coalition
    Nancy and Hilliard Travis Professor of Nursing
    Dean, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing
    461 21st Avenue South, 111 Godchaux Hall Nashville, Tennessee 37240
    Phone: 615-343-8876 / Fax: 615-292-0158
    E-mail: colleen.conway-welch@vanderbilt.edu
  • Conference Information
     
  • URL
    http://www.nursing.vanderbilt.edu/incmce/

The Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation (ONCC)

  • Area
    Cancer
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
    25,000
  • Year Founded
    1984
  • Mission Statement
    The ONCC is a non-profit organization that develops, administers, and evaluates programs for certification in oncology nursing. ONCC was incorporated in 1984 and is governed by a Board of Directors, who represent various levels of certification in oncology nursing and the public at large.
    Our Mission
    The mission of ONCC is to promote and provide oncology nursing certification for the enhancement of patient care and professional practice.
    Our Vision
    Oncology care across the continuum will be provided by oncology certified professionals.
    Our Values
    Values are our organizations’ guiding principles. They represent our core beliefs for the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) and its family of affiliated corporations, including the ONS Foundation, Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation, and Oncology Education Services, Inc. Read the ONCC Core Values.
  • Official Journals
     
  • Contact Address
    Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation
    125 Enterprise Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15275
    Phone: 412-859-6104 / Toll-free: 877-769-ONCC (US and Canada only)
    Fax: 412-859-6168
    E-mai: oncc@ons.org
  • Conference Information
     
  • URL
    http://www.oncc.org/

The Oncology Nursing Society (ONS)

  • Area
    Cancer
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
    35,000
  • Year Founded
    1973
  • Mission Statement
    The Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) is a professional organization of over 35,000 registered nurses and other healthcare providers dedicated to excellence in patient care, education, research, and administration in oncology nursing. It's also the largest professional oncology association in the world.
  • Official Journals
    •  The Oncology Nursing Forum
    • Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing
  • Contact Address
    Oncology Nursing Society
    125 Enterprise Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15275
    Phone: 866-257-4ONS / 412-859-6100
    Toll Free Fax: 877-369-5497 / Fax: 412-859-6162
    E-mail: customer.service@ons.org
  • Conference Information
    ONS 35th Annual Congress
    May 13-16, 2010
    San Diego, California
  • URL
    http://www.ons.org/

The Transcultural Nursing Society (TCNS)

  • Area
    Transcultural
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
  • Year Founded
    1974
  • Mission Statement
    Mission:
    The mission of the TCNS (Transcultural Nursing Society) is to enhance the quality of culturally congruent, competent, and equitable care that results in improved health and well being for people worldwide.
    Vision:
    The TCNS seeks to provide nurses and other healthcare professionals with the knowledge base necessary to ensure cultural competence in practice, education, research, and administration.
  • Official Journals
    Journal of Transcultural Nursing
  • Contact Address
    Transcultural Nursing Society
    Madonna University
    36600 Schoolcraft Rd. Livonia, MI 48150
    Phone: 888-432-5470
    Email: Staff@tcns.org
  • Conference Information
    36th Annual Conference Of The Transcultural Nursing Society
    October 20 -23, 2010
    Atlanta, GA
  • URL
    http://www.tcns.org/

Wound Healing Society (WHS)

  • Area
    Wound care
  • Headquarter
    U.S.A.
  • # of Members
    700
  • Year Founded
    1989
  • Mission Statement
    Mission
    The Mission of the Wound Healing Society is to advance the science and practice of wound healing.
    About the Society
    The Wound Healing Society is a non-profit organization composed of clinical and basic scientists. The Society provides a forum for interaction among scientists, physicians, licensed practitioners, industrial representatives and government agencies. Membership to the Society is open to individuals who have a demonstrated interest in the field of wound healing.
  • Official Journals
    Wound Repair and Regeneration
  • Contact Address
    The Wound Healing Society
    341 N. Maitland Ave., Suite 130 Maitland, Florida 32751
    407-647-8839
    E-Mail: director@woundheal.org
  • Conference Information
    Wound Healing Society 2010 Annual Meeting
    April, 17-20, 2010
    Gaylord Palms Hotel and Convention Center, Orlando, Florida
  • URL
    http://www.woundheal.org/
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