Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disaster (MBC)
Conseil méditerranéen des brûlures et désastres du feu
1983 Palermo Italy
1983, Palermo (Italy), by Giovanni Dogo, as Mediterranean Burns Club -- Club méditerranéen des brûlures. Name changed to Mediterranean Club for Burns and Fire Disaster - Club méditerranéen des brûlures et désastres du feu.
Involve the intellectual forces of Mediterranean countries in an open exchange of opinion so as to analyse common themes, analogies and contrasts in the field of prevention, treatment and functional recovery of burns and in the field of fire disasters.
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General Assembly; Officers: President, Secretary-General, Treasurer; Scientific Committee; Editorial Committee. Headquarters in Palermo (Italy).
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