MEDSKL

MEDSKL

MEDSKL is a FREE, open access medical education initiative created by Dr. Sanjay Sharma, a professor of ophthalmology at Queen’s University in Canada. MEDSKL makes your medical education stick through the use of 170+ animated lectures presented by some of the world’s leading professors and clinicians. Referred to as a “Masterclass for medical students,” MEDSKL […]

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Statement

Statement

People of African descent have dispersed in many countries of the world, with over 150 million in the Caribbean and Latin America who have further migrated to the America, Europe, Asia and within and around Africa as well. [1] About 200 million people of African descent live in the Americas and millions elsewhere. [2]  Black […]

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Welcome to OGA2020

Welcome to OGA2020

Dear IFMSA Family, Not long ago,  over 800 young health leaders from all around the world gathered in Rwanda to discuss a diversity of global health issues, learn new skills, gain exceptional experiences and make the most critical decisions for our Federation and its future. We parted ways in high spirits after experiencing this unforgettable and unique […]

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IFMSA @ AIDS2020

IFMSA @ AIDS2020

IFMSA in AIDS2020: Sex-positivity in Public Health Strategies and Medical Consulting Since 1992, IFMSA has been showing a strong will to take an active part in interventions concerning HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and to support people living with HIV and AIDS through working to decrease stigma and discrimination. Learn more about IFMSA efforts […]

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WRD 2020!

WRD 2020!

World Refugee Day 2020: Every action counts Every year, since 2001, on June 20 the celebration of World Refugee Day was marked as the anniversary of 1951 Geneva Convention on the status of Refugees by the United Nations General Assembly. The main aim to celebrate this day is to increase awareness among the people by […]

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AIR – Activities, Impact, and Rwanda

AIR – Activities, Impact, and Rwanda

“I bless the rains down in Africa Gonna take some time to do the things we never had…”(Toto’s Africa) This would be the summary of how March Meeting 2020 was – our mid-term efforts paid off by daily challenging ourselves into making a #Rwandaful memory for the participants. But it wouldn’t have been so without […]

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Memo Grant 2020

Memo Grant 2020

Hailing from Mexico, Guillermo “Memo” Martinez Bustamante served as IFMSA Secretary-General from 2003-2004. A compassionate physician, dedicated father, and husband, and well-loved friend and colleague, Guillermo served as staff urologist at the Izola Hospital in Slovenia, where he lived with his wife, Dr. Masa Sukunda (also formerly of IFMSA) and his two children. Despite his […]

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Physical and mental health: joining inseparable fragments for a Universal Health Coverage

Authors: Pedro Anderson Ferreira Quirino                 Alexandre dos Santos Lima NMO: IFMSA Brazil University: Universidade de Pernambuco campus Serra Talhada Theme: The role of Primary Health Care in achieving Universal Health Coverage Email: [email protected] ; [email protected] In Brazil, after the implementation of the Unified Health System in 1988, health became the right of all and its […]

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