International Neuropsychiatric Association (INA)
1998-05-30 Toronto ON Canada
Founded 30 May 1998, Toronto (Canada).
Prevent or reduce the suffering of people with brain behaviour disorders by increasing, integrating and disseminating knowledge and understanding about the relationships between brain function and human behaviour; provide a forum for interaction and exchange of ideas among a variety of professionals with an interest in neuropsychiatric issues; publicize and disseminate both clinical and academic advances in the field to bring about improved health for people throughout the world; strive to preserve the humanistic values of medicine; raise awareness of neuropsychiatry, particularly in those countries where it is not well known or recognized.
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