IFMSA at UN Forum on Human Rights, Democracy & the Rule of Law

IFMSA at UN Forum on Human Rights, Democracy & the Rule of Law

The Law Rules Society, & That is Good News!   “Democracy is the only viable route for people to come to freedom”, said Martin Chungong, Secretary General of the Inter-Parliamentary Union in his opening remarks of the 2nd UN Forum for Human Rights, Democracy & the Rule of Law (HR, D & the RoL). Some […]

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AMEE 2019 STF Coordinator Call

AMEE 2019 STF Coordinator Call

It is with great pleasure that we share with all of you the call for AMEE Student Task Force Coordinators 2019.   What is AMEE? AMEE promotes international excellence in education in the healthcare professions across the continuum of undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education.Every year, AMEE organizes the largest medical education conference in the world: […]

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Universal Children’s day 2018

Universal Children’s day 2018

Back to the Roots For any building to stand tall, its foundation must be well constructed, equal in quality and measures. The same applies for communities as well. In order to build a strong, resilient and harmonious community, children should be the starting point. 29 years ago today, the Convention on the Rights of Children […]

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Press Release: IFMSA and IPPNW

The Students of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW Students) and International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) Youth Call on our World Leaders. The prevalence of peace is a major determinant of a society’s health and together they represent a vital determinant of a sustainable future and society. The deterioration […]

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Press Release: IFMSA Innovate4AMR

Press Release: IFMSA Innovate4AMR

              Empowering the next generation of champions to tackle Antimicrobial Resistance!   Antibiotics are the cornerstone of many of the miracles of modern day medicine, from cancer chemotherapy to organ donation. The loss of effective antibiotics would mean reverting back to a time when simple infections might become untreatable. […]

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OpenCon 2018 | Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

OpenCon 2018 | Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

  For the 5th consecutive year, IFMSA joined OpenCon 2018 between November 2nd to November 4th in Toronto, Canada. This year’s theme of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion aligned perfectly with the conference’s mission to increase and encourage participation in science, and to advocate for greater representation. A perfect blend of early career scientists from all […]

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Press Release by WHSA: World Antibiotic Awareness Week

Press Release by WHSA: World Antibiotic Awareness Week

By the World Health Students’ Alliance #OneHealth4AMR The World Health Students’ Alliance (WHSA) is one of the largest interprofessional healthcare alliances representing over 1.8 million health students in more than 100 countries worldwide. The International Association of Dental Students (IADS), the International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA), the International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation (IPSF), and […]

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Act on Hope – IFMSA at EuroNGOs Conference

Act on Hope – IFMSA at EuroNGOs Conference

EuroNGOs – The European NGOs for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), Population and Development – is a regional network of Europe-based NGOs that promotes sexual and reproductive health and rights in development cooperation and global policy.   EuroNGOs’ Annual Conference 2018 took place in Ghent, Belgium, on 6-7 November 2018. IFMSA actively participated […]

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IFMSA at WONCA World Conference in Seoul, Korea

IFMSA at WONCA World Conference in Seoul, Korea

IFMSA was present at the WONCA World Conference, Seoul 2018. WONCA is the Federation of Family Doctors and IFMSA is a member in collaborative relations since August 2014. A Memorandum of Understanding defines the relation between the two federations. Themed “Primary Care in the Future: Professional Excellence”, the conference took place from 17th to 21st […]

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