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Throughout the year, we are looking for enthusiastic members to join the European Team! You can find the ongoing calls in the right section of the screen.

Updates from the organısation can be found below.

EMSA celebrates World No Tobacco Day 2020

  Today, we are celebrating World No Tobacco Day. This global campaign is to keep us remembering of the achievements we have made in the past decades when we work towards a world free from tobacco. This year, World No Tobacco Day focuses on us, young people, with...

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...

Institutional Report for COVID-19 Impact on Medical Education

Dear healthcare workers, students and anyone who contributes to healthcare during these extraordinary days After the 11th of March 2020, our lives have changed dramatically in a way that we would never have imagined. We are facing unprecedented changes in...

EMSA celebrates IDAHOTB

EMSA celebrates IDAHOTB   During this last couple of months Europe has been struck by the Sars-Cov-2 pandemic. Many of us have been confined to our homes for the vast majority of our days. For some of us, home is not a safe place. Homophobia, transphobia and...

Lecturio Free Trial For EMSAi

To all EMSAi, Lecturio is kindly providing a two week-long free trial! Lecturio is an all-in-one study resource for medical students that combines learning science and medical education into one easy-to-use platform. You can access a variety of high-yield medical...

Training Systems Small Working Group Call

s Trainings and Events Team, we want to use 'being lockdown' to our advantage in order to make a trainings revolution! Hence, we are opening the call for EMSA Trainings Advancement Small Working Group. You can find the description of the Small Working Group here and...

Webinar on 8th of May: Discrimination in COVID19 times

Throughout history, infectious diseases have been associated with exclusion. Outbreaks create fear, and fear is a key ingredient for racism and xenophobia to thrive. Have you ever considered just how much damage this has done to the people, on top of the damage...

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