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INFORMATION


International Federation of Healthcare Engineering


The International Federation of Healthcare Engineering (IFHE) is a non-profit, non-governmental body established in 1970 to enable national engineering professional organisations to join in a worldwide federation.


The purpose of IFHE is to encourage and facilitate exchange of information and experience in the broad field of hospital and healthcare facility design, construction, engineering, commissioning, maintenance, and estate management. Membership of IFHE has spread to


over thirty countries – embracing some 13,000 people. In addition to national healthcare engineering organisations, IFHE also admits as members: governmental institutions, corporate consultants, commercial and industrial firms, as well as individuals or small groups of interested persons. IFHE is recognised by the World


Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, as a non-governmental organisation in official relations with the WHO.


Objectives IFHE objectives are to: l promote, develop and disseminate hospital engineering technology


l compare international experience l promote the principle of integrated planning, design and evaluation by improved collaboration between the professions


l promote more efficient management of operation, maintenance and safety of hospitals, their engineering, installations, equipment and buildings


l offer collaboration with other international organisations.


Management and activities IFHE Statute defines the Council as its decision making body – comprising two representatives of each member country; honorary members, and the Executive Committee, which is tasked with implementation of agreed policies and making recommendations. IFHE Standing Orders provide the regulatory framework. IFHE has arranged for International


Congresses to take place every two years since 1972, at venues throughout the world, usually in conjunction with a healthcare trade exhibition. Recorded delegate attendances average over 500. A General Assembly takes place at each congress, where all IFHE members may discuss IFHE policy and activities.


IFHE DIGEST 2020 IFHE provides a source for


international communication of healthcare engineering matters by maintaining and making available a database of members, who may be contacted for information and to arrange for technical visits; IFHE publishes a newsletter, which


contains summaries of IFHE activities, describes member national organisations, draws attention to publications of interest and to further education opportunities, and a diary of healthcare related events. IFHE maintains a website


(www.ifhe.info) which provides information about the organisation and its activities. IFHE distributes to its members,


a free copy of international issues of Health Estate Journal, the journal of the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management, UK. These include IFHE announcements and selected congress papers. IFHE also provides annually the IFHE Digest, a learned publication, free to its members. IFHE consults and cooperates with


WHO through a designated technical officer, in the development and implementation of a plan of collaborative activities.


Membership benefits IFHE congresses provide ideal forums for interchange of information, making contacts and development of friendships. Members receive direct mailing of congress information, an invitation to submit a paper for consideration; and an early opportunity to book a stand at the exhibition. Members receive the IFHE Newsletter


three times a year. Members receive international issues


of the Health Estate Journal four times a year. This journal lists IFHE category C and D members, following a complimentary introductory article. When published, an IFHE Digest is distributed to listed members.


Members, on request, are provided with and are entitled to use the IFHE logo on publicity documents and letterheads.


Membership categories l A National members – national organisations of fifty members or more whose membership is open to all engineers, architects, technologists, technicians, and other professionals, engaged in the broad field of hospital and healthcare facility design, engineering, construction, commissioning, maintenance, and estate management, and whose constitution and objectives are similar to those of IFHE.


l B Associate members – individuals who are interested in promoting the objectives of the IFHE, and small groups of individuals, who are similarly interested and are in the process of establishing national organisations with a view to eventual admission as category A National members.


l C Institutional Members – governmental organisations, health authorities and other organisations, associations or institutions directly concerned with the healthcare field


l D Affiliate Members – professional, commercial or industrial firms interested in the healthcare field.


l E Honorary Members – persons or organisations who have rendered special service to IFHE, or who have distinguished themselves in the field of healthcare engineering.


For further information please contact:


IFHE Administrative Secretariat 2 Abingdon House Cumberland Business Centre Northumberland Road Portsmouth, Hants PO5 1DS UK


Tel: +44 2392 823186 Fax: +44 2392 815927 Email: ifhe@iheem.org.uk


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