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close this bookThe Medical Profession and the Effects of Weapons - Report of the Symposium (International Committee of the Red Cross , 1996, 62 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the document1. Preface
close this folder2. Executive Summary
View the documentIntroduction
View the documentStructure of the Symposium
View the documentConclusions
View the documentRecommendations of the Symposium
View the document3. Weapons: A Question of Health?
close this folder4. The Symposium
View the document4.1 Programme
View the document4.2 Opening remarks
View the document4.3 Presentations
View the document4.4 Mission statement
close this folder4.5 Working groups
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View the documentWorking group 1 - Formulating objective criteria for the effects of weapons on individuals
View the documentWorking group 2 - Formulating objective criteria for the effects of weapons beyond individual (on society and the environment)
View the documentWorking group 3 - The role of the military doctor and of military medical research (with regard to the health effects of weapons)
View the documentWorking group 4 - Future weapons and the role of the medical community
View the documentWorking group 5 - The effects of weapons on health: what to teach at university?
View the documentWorking group 6 - Building blocks of a communication strategy (public conscience, professional awareness)
View the document4.6 Conclusions
View the document5. Correspondence and related publications since the Symposium
View the document6. List of Participants

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Montreux, Switzerland, 8-10 March 1996

held under the auspices of the International Committee of the Red Cross

Report compiled by
Media Natura
and sponsored by
the
Geneva Foundation to Protect Health in War

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© International Committee of the Red Cross, Geneva, 1996