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ISMH WILL HOLD THE 39th WORLD CONGRESS ON MAY 2014 IN KYOTO, JAPAN

"The human body's response to stimuli of nature" will be the focus of scientific meeting to be held in conjunction with the 79th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine (BCPM).

 

Japan will welcome the 39th Congress of the International Society of Medical Hydrology and Climatology (ISMH). After the success of the meeting of Lanjaron-Granada in 2012, Kyoto, World Heritage Site since 1994, takes over as the capital of thermal research and medical hydrology and scientific headquarters for 11th to 14th May 2014.

The international meeting of ISMH will have as central theme "The human body's response to stimuli of nature" and will be held in conjunction with the 79th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine (BCPM).

Dra. Shigeko Inokuma, congress_president // Prof. Dr. Zeki Mufit Karagülle,  ismh_president PRESENTATION
The Congress President Dr. Shigeko Inokuma, Director, Department of Allergy and Rheumatic Diseases of Medical Center of Japanese Red Cross, Tokyo, Japan, in her greeting message invites "on behalf of the Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Medicine Physics (BCPM), members of ISMH, the BCPM and colleagues, to participate in the 39th World Congress of ISMH in Japan. This will be the first time that this congress has been held outside of Europe since ISMH was established in 1921”.

“Since ancient times, humans have accumulated knowledge about how their body reacts to stimuli from nature. They have used the responses of their body to treat discomfort, trauma, or diseases, and even to diagnose certain conditions. The empirically accumulated feelings, experiences, and knowledge have evolved to become a science of balneology or physical medicine. This field has become more than a concept in medicine recently, at a time when severe artificial therapeutic measures predominate”.

Japan has nearly 30000 hot-spring sources, and nearly 3000 hot-spring areas, all over the islands from north to south. It is most abundant in hot-spring sources worldwide. Scientific research led to the establishment of BCPM in Japan in 1935.

Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan for over 10 centuries until 1869, was designated as a World Heritage site in 1994. Many shrines and temples are included as National Treasures. May is an especially beautiful time of the year. We are delighted to set the Congress in Kyoto in May”, says Dr. Shigeko Inokuma.

cartel congreso ismh2014JAPAN AND THE “ONSEN” TRADITION
In the presentation of the 39th World Congress of the International Society of Medical Hydrology and Climatology to the members of ISMH and colleagues of Balneology, President, Prof. Dr. Zeki Mufit Karagülle, welcomes next International Scientific Meeting ISMH to be held during days 11 to 14 May in Kyoto Japan.

"This will be again the only biennial global gathering of the prominent scientists and hydroclimatological and balneological experts and professionals from the medical and related sectors and representatives of organizations and institutions based on the domains of medical balneology, hydrology and climatology. As we all agreed already Japan is the perfect choice for the 39th ISMH Congress not only being a unique traditional onsen country but also being the country of vivid scientific balneological activity".

“We are truly looking forward to the congress which will reflect the importance of the scientific research on natural balneotherapeutic factors; water, mud, climate in general and the “healing environment” of the traditional SPA resorts in particular. Of course the main topics of the congress will cover all aspects of our common field and will be comprehensively presented as up-to-date lectures by the invited internationally prominent speakers. Nevertheless, submitted oral and poster communications from a diversity of research agenda from all over the globa, will be highly expected".

The ISMH President Professor. Dr. Zeki Mufit Karagülle, ends his message with the express wish to greet all colleagues "in our 39th scientific and social meeting in May 2014 in Kioto, Japan”.

We recall that Japan will welcome the 39th Congress of the International Society of Medical Hydrology and Climatology (ISMH), after being unanimously approved the proposal submitted by Dr. Shigeko Inokuma and Japanese Delegation members and the appointment of Kyoto as scientific headquarters, in the course of the Assembly in the 38th Congress of Lanjaron-Granada 2012.

The 39th Congress of the International Society of Medical Hydrology and Climatology (ISMH) will be held as a joint meeting with the 79th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine (BCPM), will be held at the Kyoto International Conference Center.

Built in 1966 as the first national conference facility in Japan, the Kyoto International Conference Center (ICC Kyoto) has proven to be a leader in convention know-how. The Kyoto Protocol (1997) remains a landmark event among its growing list of achievements.

The ICC Kyoto nowadays covers a vast site of 156,000㎡ that features Main Building, Annex Hall, Event Hall and a Japanese garden as well as car parking for 450 vehicles. ICC Kyoto boasts more than 70 conference rooms including 9 halls with simultaneous interpretation equipment. The Main Building, Annex Hall and Event Hall are connected by indoor passageways and linked by a digital network system comprising more than 600 fiber-optic cables. This network makes live video relay easy thereby enabling large-scale conferences of more than 7.000 people.

ICC Kyoto is a beautiful building nestled among the green hills of Takaragaike Park at the northern edge of Kyoto City, ICC Kyoto is easily accessible by subway and is only minutes from Kyoto’s major hotels.

| More information on the conference website: www.ismh2014.com |

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