Nordic Council for Arctic Medical Research (NCAMR)
Comité de collaboration nordique pour la recherche médicale arctique
Nordiska Samarbetskommittén för Arktisk Medicinsk Forskning (NoSAMF)
Arktisen Lääketieteen Pohjoismainen Yhteistyökomitea
1968, on ratification of statutes by the governments of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden; amendment concerning admission of Iceland as a member adopted 17 Jan 1977. New Statutes, approved 10 Dec 1979, came into force 1 Jan 1980. Ceased to exist on decision of D-XD4238 - Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM); publishing activity continued by G-XG7800 - Centre for Arctic Medicine, Oulu. Last Council Meeting: 1995, Tromsø (Norway).
Investigate: human physiological and pathological reactions under arctic or comparable climatic conditions and in sparsely populated Northern areas; human performance in such environments; the epidemiology of diseases peculiar to these areas, problems of hygiene and proposals related to the development of protective measures for living and working in such places.
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