International Committee of Military Medicine (ICMM)
Comité International de Médecine Militaire (CIMM)
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1921-07-21 Brussels Belgium
Statutes adopted 1930; modified: 1938, Liège (Belgium); 1954, Luxembourg; 1996, Beijing (China); 2007, Tunis (Tunisia); 2009, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia); 2013, Jeddah (Saudi Arabia).
In the spirit of the Geneva Conventions, and with neutrality, impartiality and independence: maintain and strengthen the bonds of continuous professional collaboration between persons worldwide whose missions consist in caring for the sick and wounded of the Armed Forces and in seeking to improve their condition and relieve their pain in times of peace or conflict.
Events2024 | Australia – World Congress
2023-09-04 | Adelaide, SA Australia – World Congress on Military Medicine
2022-11-08 | Rabat, Morocco – Pan Arab Regional Congress
2022-11-08 | Rabat, Morocco – Maghrebian Regional Congress
2022-11-03 | Thessaloniki, Greece – Pan European Regional Congress
2022-09-05 | Brussels, Belgium – World Congress
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