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AMEE Student Initiatives Grant for Medical Students

Dear medical students worldwide,  The Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), together with the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) and European Medical Students’ Association (EMSA), is pleased to share with you the call for applications for the AMEE Student Initiatives Grant of up to 6000 GBP to be attributed to the four winner projects. About AMEE The Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) is a worldwide organisation with members in more than 100 countries on five continents. Members include teachers, educators, researchers, administrators, curriculum developers, deans, assessors, students and trainees in medicine and the healthcare professions. AMEE  promotes international excellence in education in the healthcare professions across the continuum of undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education.  You can find more information through the website www.amee.org. About the Student Initiatives Grant The goal of this grant is to provide students with a funding contribution to support student-led activities that aim to improve medical education. These can be activities such as trainings, workshops, conferences, projects and so on. Examples of areas in which these activities could take place include but are not limited to meaningful student engagement, improving the quality of medical education and research in medical education. You will find a short activity description of the most recent grant recipients in the links below. Previous Grant Winners: Spring 2019 Spring 2018 Spring 2017 Spring 2016 So far,...

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EuroMeds Spring Issue Is Out

Dear EuroMeds enthusiast, Our Editorial Team is pleased to present to you the latest and greatest of EuroMeds! In the days that humankind is having one of the hardest battles because of the Covid-19 pandemic, publishing an issue focuses on ‘’Public Health Heroes’’ is more than meaningful. Hopefully, you will be enjoying the issue as much as we did while accepting a record number of 22 articles from several countries and faculties! You will be reading articles from different aspects, including art and social sciences. You will also be able to deepen in Covid-19, pandemic, and all kinds of perspectives on our issue. Click here to read Read on...

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Survey on LGBTQI+ Inclusiveness in Medical Settings and Education

Survey Dear EMSAis,    On behalf of the Medical Ethics and Human Rights & the European Integration and Culture Pillars, we are happy to share with you this survey, as an attempt to gain further knowledge on medical students’ perceptions on LGBTQI+ inclusivity and education during Pride Month. Pride Month is when diversity is celebrated all over the world and we, as EMSA Europe, wanted to take a moment to dedicate our time and energy into the spirit of these celebrations!    The goal of this survey is to gather information on where medical students stand in terms of LGBTQI+ familiarisation of Medical Students, inclusiveness of LGBTQI+ individuals in Healthcare Settings, LGBTQI+ in Medical Education and Human Rights Based Approach. The results of this survey will be incorporated in our Policy Paper on LGBTQI+ Health and Rights, as well as any other advocacy tools prepared by EMSA on LGBTQI+ Health and Rights matters.    It should take a maximum of 10 minutes to complete and your contribution is highly valuable. You can reach it through the link here. Deadline to fill out the form is 30th of June, 23.59 CEST.   Additionally, we would like to share the valuable survey of EMSA Lviv with all of you! The survey is being conducted to estimate the present psychological standing of the participants on the topic of sexual and gender minorities. Responses of all the members will be anonymous,...

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EU Beating Cancer Plan

Designed by rawpixel.com/ Freepik EMSA is happy to see the European Commission’s Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan. Cancer affects many people across Europe, while over 40% of all cancer cases remain preventable. Prevention is the foundation of public health policy and central to protecting and improving people’s health and well-being. Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan is a key opportunity to put prevention where it belongs – at the heart of the Union’s health agenda. Please see our response to the public consultation is in this document. Please also see the joint statement by over 30 European organisations where we described our calls regarding the EU Beating Cancer Plan: Joint...

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