About the Association
The Australian Military Medicine Association was established in May 1991, however, in October 2012 a resolution was approved to rename the Association the Australasian Military Medicine Association.
AMMA is an independent, professional scientific organisation of medical and allied health professionals with the objectives of:
• Promoting the study of military medicine
• Bringing together those with an interest in military medicine
• Disseminating knowledge of military medicine
• Publishing and distributing a journal in military medicine
• Promoting research in military medicine
Membership of the Association is open to doctors, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, paramedics, human factors specialists, psychologists, psychiatrists and anyone with a professional interest in any of the disciplines of military health. The Association is totally independent of the Australian Defence Force, however there are strong connections with the Australian Defence Force Health Services Branch. read more »
2017 AMMA Conference
We look forward to welcoming you all to Brisbane, Queensland from 6 – 8 October 2017 for the annual AMMA Conference. Registration details coming soon
Place your company’s name in front of AMMA members, JMVH subscribers and industry professionals across Australasia.
Call for JMVH Reviewers
Our Journal, the Journal of Military and Veterans’ Health, is looking for new reviewers across a broad range of topics to assist our editorial team in continuing to produce a high-quality quarterly publication. If you would be interested in becoming a reviewer, please email our Association Manager, Naomi, at email@example.com
You can now join in the discussion with like-minded professionals in the Australasian Military Medicine Association LinkedIn Group.
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