Society for Social Medicine
The main aim of the society is to engage research, development and training in a range of segments such as epidemiology, medical and healthcare for prevention of diseases.
- To advance knowledge for population health.
Membership is open to individuals anyone who is interested in the society's aims. There is a nomination process whereby prospective members are put forward for consideration by current members. Applicants who do not any current members can also apply however and their application will be considered.
The Society holds an Annual Scientific Meeting each year in the British Isles. The conference proceedings and abstracts are published in a special supplement of the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
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