Catastrophes and Conflict Forum, The Royal Society of Medicine


1 Wimpole St

United Kingdom

About Us

Catastrophes & Conflict Forum Aims to create an international forum for humanitarian aid workers of all skills and specialities. to provide a platform for meeting, networking and exchanging experiences in a neutral environment. to facilitate teaching, training and education in the humanitarian field. to raise the awareness and profile of humanitarian aid to facilitate and encourage research and publication of humanitarian activities in open and peer review literature. Members include The events are open to all aid workers and all those interested in humanitarian aid activities whether independent or with non-governmental organisations. This includes doctors and nurses of all specialities, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, nutritionists, psychologists, sociologists, medical students, paramedics, engineers, communication specialists, logisticians, and all humanitarian personnel.