College of Community Physicians of Sri Lanka

The College of Community Physicians of Sri Lanka (CCPSL) is the professional association of the Public Health Practitioners in Sri Lanka. The membership consists of specialists in Community Medicine and master's degree holders in Community Medicine. In addition to these professionals, there are members from other specialties as well. This organisation is incorporated by an act of Parliament No.18/99.

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College Of Community Physicians Of Sri Lanka - Presidents
... Following are the presidents of the college 1995-96- Professor Dulitha Fernando 1996-97- Professor Dulitha Fernando 1997-98- Dr Malani De Silva 1998-99- Dr S.A.P ...

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