Website Task Force Members

Background


The IPA has invested heavily in a new website, and much development work has been undertaken. But more work remains to be done and, pending a review of the IPA's communications organisation, a Website Task Force is charged with driving this development in the interim to ensure that momentum is not lost.


Mandate


The Website Task Force shall have a Mandate until the IPA Board of Representatives has fully considered and decided upon a Communication strategy. At that point, it will be proposed that the Website Task Force be transformed into a regular IPA Committee.


Until that time, the Website Task Force shall:

  1. develop an interim strategy for the IPA website which ensures that it is targeted at the IPA's two main target audiences: the IPA's own Members, and people working in related professional fields (eg, psychiatry);
  2. commission and develop lively content, in particular ensuring that the website feels to users as if it is being continuously developed and reinvented;
  3. take editorial control and responsibility for all aspects of the website;
  4. instruct the IPA webmaster accordingly.

The Task Force shall meet as frequently as seems convenient.


Meetings shall not generally be face-to-face, but will be by free GoToMeeting or Skype or similar, only using conference calls where absolutely necessary.


The Task Force will take over the remainder of the 2013 budget provision in case there is an unavoidable need for a conference call, and to cover any other expenses (eg, relating to the development of website content or structure or design).


Membership:

Chair

1 Member from each IPA region

1 Candidate from each IPA region

President, ex officio

Vice President, ex officio

Treasurer, ex officio

Executive Director, ex officio (Secretary)

Such Consultants as they may wish to engage



Approved by the Board August 2013.

Amended by the Board January 2014.

Amended by the Executive Committee January 2014.

NameCommittee PositionFrom dateCountrySociety
Dr. Romolo PetriniChair8/1/2013ItalyItalian Psychoanalytical Society106276
Prof. Anna Louisa ChristopoulosMember8/1/2013GreeceHellenic Psycho-Analytical Society142958
Dr. Robin A. DeutschMember11/25/2013United StatesAmerican Psychoanalytic Association142316
Mrs. Jane S. HallMember4/2/2014United StatesThe Contemporary Freudian Society103427
Ms. Kimberly Scholefield KleinmanMember11/25/2013United StatesThe Contemporary Freudian Society139871
Dr. Sérgio LewkowiczMember8/1/2013BrazilPorto Alegre Psychoanalytical Society104817
Dipl. Psych. Angela Mauss-HankeMember1/27/2014GermanyGerman Psychoanalytical Association142553
Dra. Valeria NaderIPSO Representative4/2/2014ArgentinaInstitute of Rosario151502
Ps. Luis Alejandro Nagy UrbinaMember8/1/2013MexicoPsychoanalytic Society of Mexico144836
Hanna RatjenIPSO Representative4/2/2014Canada 161284
Tomá? RektorIPSO Representative4/2/2014Czech RepublicCzech Psychoanalytical Society Training Institute158816
Dr.ssa. Maria Grazia Vassallo TorrigianiMember8/1/2013ItalyItalian Psychoanalytical Society108386
Lic. Silvia WajnbuchMember8/1/2013ArgentinaBuenos Aires Psychoanalytic Association141774
Mrs. Alexandra BillinghurstEx-Officio8/1/2013SwedenSwedish Psychoanalytical Association143259
Dr. Stefano BologniniEx-Officio8/1/2013ItalyItalian Psychoanalytical Society100918
Mr. Paul CrakeEx-Officio8/1/2013United Kingdom 157979
Dr. med. Juan Carlos WeissmannEx-Officio8/1/2013ArgentinaArgentine Psychoanalytic Association108627