Islamic Countries Forensic Medicine Organization (ICFMO)
2004-06-23 Teheran Iran Islamic Rep
23 Jun 2004, Teheran (Iran Islamic Rep), during 1st Islamic Countries Forensic Medicine Congress, as Islamic Organization of Forensic Medicine (IOFM). Subsequently changed title to Islamic Countries Organization of Forensic Medicine (ICOFM). Constitution adopted during 2nd Congress, 2006, Amman (Jordan). Final constitution ratified, Jun 2007, Teheran (Iran Islamic Rep), when activities officially commenced.
Coordinate and exchange expertise and knowledge in scientific, ethical and legal issues in the Islamic countries; promote forensic medicine in member countries to the highest level of international standards and in consistency with the holy rules and teaching of Islam; facilitate and enhance scientific and technical exchange; provide standards, manuals and guidelines for forensic medicine related processes and creating unanimity among member countries in this regard; provide appropriate solutions for new challenges in forensic medicine; propose reforms in the structures of forensic medicine institutions in member countries in harmony with internal laws and regulations; provide research and educational opportunities.
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General Assembly. Executive Committee. President. Permanent secretariat in Teheran (Iran Islamic Rep).
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