International Society for Burn Injuries (ISBI)
Société internationale des brûlures
Sociedad Internacional de Quemaduras
1965-09-24 Edinburgh UK
Founded 24 Sep 1965, Edinburgh (UK), at 2nd International Congress for Research in Burns, the 1st Congress having been held in 1960, Washington DC (USA).
Promote and coordinate scientific, clinical and social research on burns; promote prevention and education; encourage higher standards of care in all countries and make available active help in developing countries; encourage friendly cooperation in all countries by visits, lectures, scholarships, congresses, symposia.
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Congress (every 2 years); Executive Committee; Regional Representatives (13).
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