European Society of Health and Medical Sociology (ESHMS)
1983 Edinburgh UK
1983, Edinburgh, under the auspices of E-XE9798 - WHO Regional Office for Europe, as European Society of Medical Sociology (ESMS). Provisional constitution accepted 3 Jun 1986, Groningen (Netherlands). Constitution accepted 25 Sep 1988, Zagreb (Yugoslavia).
Create a forum for discussion of health issues by scientists in the field of sociology and public health; collate and synthesize knowledge and experience; create opportunities for research and for participation in international cooperation and planning.
Events2024-07-03 | Antwerp, Belgium – Biennial Congress
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General Assembly (every 2 years). Executive Committee of 9, including President, Secretary/Treasurer and Editor.
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