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  British Geriatrics Society [BGS]   

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Contact:
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British Geriatrics Society
1 St Andrew's Place
Regent's Park
London, NW1 4LB
United Kingdom

+44/207/935 4004

info (snail) bgs.org.uk (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The British Geriatrics Society is the only professional association, in the United Kingdom, of doctors practising geriatric medicine. The 2000 members worldwide are consultants in geriatric medicine, the psychiatry of old age, public health medicine, general practitioners, and scientists engaged in the research of age-related disease.

It was founded in 1947 for the relief of suffering and distress amongst the aged and infirm by the improvement of standards of medical care for such person, the holding of meetings and the publication and distribution of the results of such research.

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  British Healthcare Internet Association [BHIA]   

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Contact:
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British Healthcare Internet Association
3 Adelaide Crescent Hove
Brighton BN3 2JD
United Kingdom

+44/1273/321805
+44/1273/774614 fax

info (snail) bhia.org (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The objectives of the British Healthcare Internet Association [BHIA] involve:
  • Educating the public and the professionals in the best use of the Internet
  • Publicising what is good about the Internet for health care
  • Promoting better use of existing resources and helping the establishment of clear models of best practice
  • Informing policy makers and the media
  • Lobbying on issues of mutual concern and public policy

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  British Human-Computer Interaction Group [BHCIG]   

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Contact:
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Sue Tueton, HCI Group Membership
British Computer Society
1 Sandford Street
Swindon SN1 1HJ
United Kingdom

+44/793/417417
+44/793/480270 fax

hci (snail) bcs.org.uk (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The British Human-Computer Interaction Group is the longest-established and largest national group in Europe devoted to human-computer interaction. The British HCI Group was set up in 1984 as a Specialist Group of the British Computer Society to provide an umbrella organisation for all those working on the requirements analysis, design, implementation and evaluation of technology for human use.

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  British Indian Psychiatric Association [BIPA]   

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Contact:
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British Indian Psychiatric Association
c/o Ranjit Baruah, BIPA General Secretary
12 Temple Oak Drive
Wollaton, Nottingham, NG8 2SE
United Kingdom

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The British Indian Psychiatric Association [BIPA] was founded in 1995.

Objectives

  • Promote education and research in psychiatry in the United Kingdom for improvement of mental health services for people of Indian origin
  • Act as a forum for psychiatrists of Indian origin in the UK for promotion of social closeness and cohesion
  • Acknowledge and recognize contributions of Indian psychiatrists and make them known more widely
  • Organize education and research events with the Indian Psychiatric Society and the Indo-American Psychiatric Association
  • Establish funds and awards to promote the cause of mental health in the United Kingdom
  • Be an advocate for the specific needs of BIPA members in relation to the Royal College of Psychiatrists and other governmental bodies

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  British Institute of Learning Disabilities [BILD]   

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British Institute of Learning Disabilities
Woverhampton Road, Kidderminster
Worcestershire DY10 3PP
United Kingdom

+44/1562/850251
+44/1562/851970 fax

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Founded in 1972, The British Institute of Learning Disabilities [BILD] is an independent charity committed to improving the quality of life for all people with a learning disability. In addition to other activities BILD supplies education and training to professionals.

Official publication: International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support.

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  British and Irish Sandplay Therapy Society [BISS]   

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British and Irish Sandplay Therapy Society

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The non-profit British and Irish Sandplay Therapy Society [BISS] was established in 1987. BISS offers a training programme in sandplay therapy. BISS is a member of the International Society for Sandplay Therapy [ISST].

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  British Journal of Healthcare Computing and Information Management [BJHCIM]   

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British Journal of Healthcare Computing and Information Management
The Birchley Hall Press
29 Pinewood Park
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 9LB
UK

+44/1252/691590

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This publication is online and free.

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  British Medical Association [BMA]   

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British Medical Association
BMA House
Tavistock Square
London WC1H 9JP

+44/20/7387 4499
+44/20/7383 6400 fax

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The British Medical Association [BMA], founded in 1832, is a professional association of doctors, representing their interests and providing services for its 123,000 plus members. This includes almost 4,000 from overseas and 11,500 who are medical students.

About 80% of United Kingdom practising doctors are members.

The official publication of the BMA is the British Medical Journal [BMJ].

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  UK Medical Informatics Society [UKHiS]   

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The UK Medical Informatics Society [UKHiS] was formed in 1986 as the British Medical Informatics Society. There are more than 260 members worldwide. The broad objectives of the Society are:
  • To promote research and the development of information systems to support patient care
  • To promote the application of information technology in medical education and biomedical research
  • To assist in the education of Medical Informatics professionals
  • To act as an open forum and focal point for professionals from all disciplines and across all sectors
  • To publish a newsletter, Biomedical Informatics Today, to keep its membership informed of current issues and forthcoming events
  • To arrange open workshops, conferences and other meetings addressing both introductory and research areas
  • To set up local and specialist interest groups, electronic bulletin boards and other mechanisms to further the above objectives

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  British Neuropsychiatry Association [BNPA]   

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British Neuopsychiatry Association
c/o Jackie Ashmenall
St Aidan, Ealing Green,
Ealing, London W5 5EN
United Kingdom

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The British Neuropsychiatry Association [BNPA] is the principal academic and professional body for medical practitioners and professionals allied to medicine working at the interface of the clinical and cognitive neurosciences, and psychiatry.

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  British Neuropsychological Society [BNS]   

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The British Neuropsychological Society [BNS] formed in 1989, amalgamating the Neuropsychology Interest Group [NIG] and the Cognitive Neuropsychology Group [COGNIG]. There are some 300 members.

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  British Neuroscience Association [BNA]   

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The British Neuroscience Association
The Sherrington Buildings
Ashton Street
Liverpool L69 3GE
UK

+44/151/794 4943
+44/151/794 5516 fax

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The British Neuroscience Association [BNA] was founded as the Brain Research Association. It has some 1,700 members.

Objectives:

  • Promote on a multidisciplinary basis the study of the development structure and function of the nervous system in health and disease
  • Promote the dissemination of information to all those interested in the neurosciences and related disciplines by means of lectures, discussions, meetings and reports from time to time obtained from such researchers
  • Advise as far as possible on issues in neurosciences related to health and disease
  • Increase public awareness and understanding of neuroscience research in health and disease
  • Assist in the training of neuroscientists and other professionals engaged in neuroscience teaching and research

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