World Association for Medical Law

    • 02 Sep 2018
    • 6:00 PM (UTC+03:00)
    • 05 Sep 2018
    • 8:00 PM (UTC+03:00)
    • Tel Aviv

    24th WAML Annual Congress

    September 2-6, 2018

    Tel Aviv, Israel


    Major Themes include legal and bioethical aspects of:

    1.Forensic Medicine and Pathology

    2.Mental Health

    3.Humanitarian Medicine

    4.Health Professions (Nursing, Physical Therapy, Psychology, Social work, communication disorders therapy, occupational therapy, genetic counselling, etc.)

    5. Ageing and Gerontology (for the Davies award)

    6. Public Health (for the Davies award)

    7. The Right to Health (for the Davies award)

    The Congress website: 

The World Association for Medical Law (WAML) was established and the first Congress was held in Ghent, Belgium in 1967.

The purpose of the WAML is to encourage the study and discussion of health law, legal medicine and ethics, for the benefit of society and the advancement of human rights. The aim of the WAML is to promote the study of the consequences in jurisprudence, legislation and ethics of developments in medicine, health care and related sciences.

Since its creation the WAML held 19 World Congresses, and used its International Journal Medicine and Law for the publication of more than 2000 articles of authors from more than 100 countries. The Association engages in educational activities and aims to promote discussion and deliberation among academic and non academic channels, through its bi-monthly Members Newsletter, its regular Radio Program and more.

If you are interested in taking part in these activities and join our growing WAML family, you may apply for membership online.

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Upcoming Events

02 Sep 2018 6:00 PM (UTC+03:00) • Tel Aviv
12 Oct 2018 • West Palm Beach, FL
04 Nov 2018 • Washington, DC (USA)
06 Aug 2019 (UTC+09:00) • Tokyo, Japan
13 Aug 2020 • Toronto, Canada




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