International Federation of Catholic Medical Associations
Fédération internationale des associations médicales catholiques (FIAMC)
Federación Internacional de Asociaciones Médicas Católicas
1936 Vienna Austria
Founded 1936, Vienna (Austria), taking over the activities of H-XH0249 - Central Office for the National Societies of Roman Catholic Doctors, set up 1924. Recognized by F-XB3085 - Pax Romana, International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs (ICMICA), 1957, Rome (Italy). Current organization set up in 1966, at 11th Congress. Previously referred to as International Secretariat of National Societies of Catholic Doctors and as International Federation of Associations of Catholic Doctors -- Asociación Internacional de Médicos Católicos -- Internationaler Verband der Katholischen Ärzte. New constitution approved by the Holy See, 1970.
Study and solve medical ethical problems according to conscience in the light of Catholic faith and teaching; promote a Catholic medical ethic by providing opportunities for the study of moral problems affecting society and especially medicine; coordinate efforts of Catholic medical associations throughout the world, especially in ethical and pastoral matters.
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General Assembly (every 4 years, at Congress); Executive Committee.
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