CEJA

AcronymDefinition
CEJACouncil on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (AMA)
CEJAConseil Européen des Jeunes Agriculteurs (European Council of Young Farmers)
CEJACentre d'Études Juridiques Appliquées (French: Center for Applied Legal Studies)
CEJACentro Editorial Javeriano
CEJACouncil of Ethical and Judicial Affairs (American Medical Association)
CEJACommittee for Environmental Justice Action
CEJACommonwealth Environmental Journalists Association
CEJACentaurea Jacea (brownray knapweed)
CEJACommittee to Elect Jimenez for Action (Los Angeles, CA)
CEJACentre d'Études Japonaise d'Alsace (French: Japanese Studies Center of Alsace; Alsace, France)
CEJAChambre Belge des Experts Chargés de Missions Judiciaires et d'Arbitrage (French: Belgian Chamber of Experts in Charge of Missions and Judicial Arbitration; Belgium)
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THE CEJAS HAVE had a close-up view of the talent anchoring the wine industry It's an old saw that good wine is made in the vineyard.
The CEJA has found a compromise that we can all live with.
CEJA member Robert Sade, MD, an outspoken advocate of changing the current system and favors conducting an organ donor financial incentives trial, noted that the current "opt-in" organ donation system is difficult to administer and an "opt-out" system would not be any less so.
The UK has a total of six representatives at CEJA, with Ireland having additional seats.
The issues CEJA addresses in its reports and opinions are chosen in a number of ways: the House of Delegates can vote to require CEJA to report on some issue; a biannual open forum allows any member or other person to raise and discuss topics; members of CEJA can raise a topic; or the support staff, which includes lawyers, physicians, and career ethicists, may suggest issues to CEJA.
Today, only 6% of European farmers are under the age of 35, while one third is over 65," the CEJA said in a statement.
The controversial CEJA report offering ethical guidance on how to manage potential conflicts of interest associated with industry funding of continuing medical education was referred back to the council for further revisions.
CEJA member Robert Sade, MD, a cardiothoracic surgeon in Charleston, SC, explained the council's somewhat controversial recommendation was necessary given the threat of disease transmission.
The young farmers' lobby CEJA, on the other hand, was strongly critical of decoupling, stating that it "only works in theory" and "has negative consequences for agriculture", making it "more difficult to justify the Common Agricultural Policy".
CEJA also elected a new President, Sylvain Marmier, a French dairy farmer from Doubs.
The European young farmers' lobby CEJA said Europe must offer young farmers incentives to ensure their future and the long-term future of farming.
In the countdown to the start of the farm strand of the World Trade Organisation liberalisation talks, on March 20 in Seattle, the CEJA, which represents young farmers in Europe, and its Japanese counterpart JA Zenseikyo, have formed a coalition.