International Association of Rural Health and Medicine (IARM)
1961-07-12 Tours France
12 Jul 1961, Tours (France), at 1st International Congress of Rural Medicine, as International Association of Agricultural Medicine. Subsequently changed title to International Association of Agricultural Medicine and Rural Health (IAAMRH) – Association internationale de médecine agricole et de santé rurale, 1978. Current title adopted, 13 Oct 2009, when association was revived with relocation of Secretariat to Japan. Original statutes legally approved 23 Jun 1962; amended Nov 1991, Beijing (China). Current statutes adopted Mar 2009, Cartagena de Indias (Colombia).
Support the WHO goal of "Health for All in the 21st Century"; help improve the status of health of rural communities and protect the health of agricultural workers; help member organizations adopt a scientific approach in the field of agricultural medicine and rural health and assist in its practical application; establish effective collaboration with other branches of medicine, health, agricultural, environmental and other related sciences; study the effects of social, physical and environmental conditions on human health.
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