Federation of European Academies of Medicine (FEAM)
Fédération européenne des académies de médecine (FEAM)
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1993-10-29 Madrid Spain
Founded following proposals 28 Sep 1991, Brussels (Belgium), and decision of 22 Jan 1993, London (UK). Current statutes adopted Dec 2021.
Promote cooperation between national Academies of Medicine, Pharmacy and Veterinary Science, or national Academies via their medical division, in the WHO European region; provide them with a platform to formulate and express their common position on European matters concerning human and animal medicine, biomedical research, education, and health; extend to the European authorities the advisory role that they exercise in their own countries on those matters.
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