Asian Federation of Catholic Medical Associations (AFCMA)
Fédération asiatique des associations médicales catholiques
Federación Asiatica de Asociaciones Médicas Católicas
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1960, as the Asian Regional Federation of International Federation of Catholic Medical Associations (FIAMC). 1st Congress: 1960, Manila (Philippines).
Coordinate efforts of Catholic medical associations in the study and spread of Christian principles throughout the medical profession in general; encourage development of such associations in all countries of Asia to assist Catholic physicians in moral and spiritual development and in academic advancement; take part in general development of the medical profession and promote health and social work in accordance with Christian principles; study and report on problems confronting Catholic medical professionals in Asia.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes medical congresses. Exchange of research workers, doctors and medical students between various countries.
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Members in 11 countries
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