Details of the type of governing document the charity has and when it was established. It is not the full text of the charity's governing document.
CIO - FOUNDATION Registered 06 Jan 2017 as amended on 27 Jan 2020
The Objects of the CIO shall be to:
(a) Inform and encourage the engagement of the public and armed forces personnel, including members of the Army Medical Services (AMS),
(i) in the role of the AMS in pioneering medical developments and innovations, in particular those that have subsequently been adopted into civilian healthcare practice, to the benefit of the health and wellbeing of the British public at large and humankind in general;
(ii) explaining how the AMS provides immediate help and subsequent care for sick and wounded military personnel in both peace and war;
(iii) In the advancement of research and care to wider populations at risk who are cared for by the AMS when employed on humanitarian operations;
(iv) explaining how the AMS provides support both nationally and internationally in support of health and wellbeing, natural disaster relief and epidemic control
(b) Promote and celebrate the heritage of the AMS and dedication of its personnel in serving the sick and wounded (both human and animals) by public exhibition and multi-media display of its artefact collections or archives in a museum or museums or other such public spaces and by the dissemination by any media of information concerning its past and future activities including (but without limitation) those described in paragraph (a) above, as the trustees may from time to time decide.
(c) Promote teaching and learning about past developments, current technologies and future innovations in Military Medicine in all aspects through shared experience, world-class research, exhibitions, and through programming and demonstrations for the sustainment of the health and wellbeing for all that come under our care.
(d) Sharing the expertise of the AMS in emergency and disaster medicine by supporting, promoting and collaborating in the advancement of education and research into emergency and disaster medicine and other medical and related topics by such arrangements as the trustees think fit with hospitals, universities, scientific institutions and cognate bodies concerned with the health and well-being of the general public.