Branch of Sport Medicine
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Branch of Sport Medicine of China Sport Science Society, originally the Chinese Association of Sports Medicine (CASM), was established in July, 1978. Then the Ministry of Health allowed the State Sports Commission’s application for joining in the International Federation of Sports Medicine in the name of Chinese Association of Sport Medicine. That was the predecessor of our branch.
In Sept 1978, the State Sports Commission, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs con-signed the relevant document and reported it to the State Council for approval. On Sept 13th, the central leaders approved it.
In Jan 1979, China Association of Sport Medicine submitted the membership application to International Federation of Sport Medicine. In June, China Association of Sport Medicine invited the Chairman of International Federation of Sport Medicine to give lectures in Chinafor 15 days. Then on Sept. 22nd, 1980, International Federation of Sport Medicine held its congress in Roma, Qu Mianyu took part in the congress represented China Association of Sport Medicine. In this congress, International Federation of Sport Medicine approved the member application of China Association of Sport Medicine.
In the year-end of 1980, China Sport Science Society (CSSS) was established; China Association of Sport Medicine merged into CSSS as its secondary society and renamed the “Professional Committee of Sport Medicine of CSSS”, with Qu Mianyu as the chairman and Yang Tianle as the secretary-general. And then in 2004, it was renamed “Branch of Sport Medicine of CSSS”.
Now Branch of Sport Medicine is the group member of International Federation of Sports Medicine (FIMS) and Asian Federation of Sports Medicine (AFSM).
II Organization structure
The 7th committee of our branch set up 1 chairman, 7 vice chairman, 15 standing committee members (1 secretary-general included) and 32 committee members, the total number is 55. There are also 1 honorary chairman, 2 consultants and 2 vice secretaries-general. Fo