Category Archives: Press Releases

IFMSA for the World Diabetes Day 2014

IFMSA for the World Diabetes Day 2014

Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs when the body cannot produce enough insulin or cannot use insulin effectively. Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas that allows glucose from food to enter the bodys cells where it is converted into energy needed by muscles and tissues to function. A person with diabetes does […]

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IFMSA at World Health Summit

IFMSA at World Health Summit

A New Reality for Medical Students: Seizing the Opportunities at the World Health Summit 2014 The International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) is represented at the 6th World Health Summit taking place in Berlin, Germany on October 19th-22nd 2014. The IFMSA is here facilitating youth presence and thereby providing medical students with a space […]

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And It’s a Start: Greetings from IFMSA Team of Officials 2014/15

And It’s a Start: Greetings from IFMSA Team of Officials 2014/15

Get a quick overview of IFMSA?here and read more about Team of Officials Meeting 1 here! It has been more than two weeks now since we, the new IFMSA Team of Officials, have started our new term. We represent 25 countries, from the five different regions. Our strengths are complementary; our vision and objectives align; […]

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Introduction of the Team of Officials 2014/2015

Introduction of the Team of Officials 2014/2015

  Dear IFMSA, It is with great pleasure and motivation that the Team of Officials 2014/15 is starting their term. It will be a year full of challenges but we are sure that it will also be a year filled with many successes. 1. For a new Future After years of discussions and debates, we […]

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In Memoriam Prof Erik Holst, First IFMSA President

In Memoriam Prof Erik Holst, First IFMSA President

In memoriam of Professor Erik Holst – founding member and first president of IFMSA 1951-52 Our hearts go out to Professor Erik Holst, one of the founders and the first President of the IFMSA. Professor Holst has passed away today after a lifetime full of achievements and success. Thank you Professor Holst for following your […]

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