International Rehabilitation Medicine Association (IRMA)
Association internationale de réadaptation médicale
Sociedad Internacional de Medicina de Rehabilitación
1969. Provisional statutes approved Sep 1970, Milan (Italy). Statutes approved Oct 1974, Mexico City (Mexico). Ceased to exist 1999, when merged with H-XC1978 - International Federation of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (IFPMR) to form B-XB0007 - International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM).
Promote the knowledge and use of rehabilitation medicine, by: supporting all organizations devoted to rehabilitation and allied fields; bringing together, by any means of communication, all physicians who are interested in rehabilitation medicine; extending such aid as possible to physicians in areas where rehabilitation medicine has not reached its full potential.
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Council, consisting of Officers, Councillors (2 representatives per country) and Executive Committee, including President, Past-President, Honorary Secretary, Deputy Secretary and Treasurer.
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