· Eligibility: Any medical student from AMSA Chapters. · Paper length: Papers must be a minimum of 1000 words for review paper, 2000 for original, 2000-2500 for review paper and 1500-2000 for case report · Bibliography: The research paper must include a bibliography (references) of at least 8 citations and be written in a standard Vancouver format. · Judges: Judging will be done by a panel finalized by JAMSA team, the team shall include experts and all papers shall be sent to at least 3 judges. · Mentor/Advisor: The student's advisor/mentor (if any) is required to submit a letter indicating that the majority of the research presented in the paper is primarily the work of the student, done while the first author is a student, and that the contribution from other authors is secondary. · Number of authors: If the paper has more than three authors, cover page must also include the detail of each author: a. Percentage of technical efforts contributed to the work, b. Role of each author, and c. A single sentence describing the technical contribution of each author. Failure to provide this letter will result in disqualification. · Announcement of Winners: Winners will be announced in early July. Certificate of participation will be awarded to all participants. For paper at 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, special certificates will be issued and their names will be published on JAMSA website as well. · Papers Publication: All submissions will be published in JAMSA after proper review process · Description of Research Process · Cover letter mentioning: a. How did you find your sources? (Indexes, databases, Google etc) b. How did you select the ones you used? What criteria did you use? What was it about these sources that made them appropriate? c. Were there sources you identified but decided not to use? If so, why? d. Describe the types of sources used and why. e. Discuss outside sources used, if any, such as interviews, other libraries, other institutions or companies, etc. f. What, if any, difficulties (e.g. guidance, funding, patient compliance etc) did you run into in doing your research? g. What did you learn about research from doing this paper? h. Any other information you would like to add to your description of the research process?, Judging criteria: a. Resources used (databases for literature search, location/are of sampling etc) b. Variety and appropriateness of sources used c. Uniqueness and novelty d. Quality of the research process description e. Number of authors (The more the author number, the less the score given) f. Methodology of study g. Analysis and statistical tools h. Way of presentation of results
Deadline for submissions: June 1st, 2018
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European Centre for Career Education (ECCE) is a training institution, which focuses on practical education, based in Prague. It provides the additional and needed know-how training and the experiences that are impossible to acquire from the university.
Their programs are perfectly complimentary with university education in order to facilitate learning curve needed shortly before or after graduation. ECCE provides its students with internships after the study of its programs in cooperation with companies such as Siemens, Unicredit, T-Mobile, Chapman Taylor, DLA Piper, Clifford Chance, Dentons or PwC.
With research in medicine moving at tremendous speed, how can students keep their knowledge up to date? How often do medical students hear that they will understand the medical world and learn the most only after they enter the real world?
It is no secret that out of all areas of education medicine is the most challenging. Universities can never convey all information and often young professionals find that the biggest struggles still await them.
Benefit from the experience of our Summer program and the tailor-made elective in the beautiful Prague in the Heart of Europe. The Summer Program on Medicine offers a vast range of lectures and also internships to choose from. This year’s program will take place from 9th July until 17th August 2018 in Prague. Additionally, all of this is done on a European level through internships not only in Prague, but in the entire European Union.
For more detailed information, please see their website www.eccedu.org
This year on world health day, we focus on universal health care. Universal Health Care (UHC) means that all individuals and communities receive the health services they need without suffering financial hardship. “Universal” in UHC means “for all”, without discrimination, leaving no one behind. Everyone everywhere has a right to benefit from health services they need without falling into poverty when using them.
Throughout 2018, we aim to inspire, motivate and guide UHC stakeholders to make commitments towards UHC:
Inspire—by highlighting policy-makers’ power to transform the health of their nation, framing the challenge as exciting and ambitious, and inviting them to be part of the change,
Motivate—by sharing examples of how countries are already progressing towards UHC and encourage others to find their own path.
Guide—by providing tools for structured policy dialogue on how to advance UHC domestically or supporting such efforts in other countries (e.g. expanding service coverage, improving quality of services, reducing out-of-pocket payments).
Use the hashtag #HealthForAll to support World Health Day and equality in health care ...
After all of you join World Tuberculosis Day Short Quiz on March 24 until March 28, now we will announce two lucky winners who have 5 points in this quiz. Congratulations to: 1. Qorina Putri Srisantoso (AMSA-Indonesia) 2. Vanessa Rahmadia (AMSA-Indonesia) We appreciate your enthusiasm in this quiz. See you in next quiz! ...
Each year on March 24 we commerorate World TB Day to raise public awareness and increase our knowledge about tuberculosis and step up efforts to end the global TB epidemic. In this year the theme of World TB Day 2018 "Wanted: Leaders for a TB-free world" focuses on building commitment to end TB. Tuberculosis is one of the infectious disesase that remais the highest global threat. The transmission is very easy which is through the air that can affect every people. Therefore the disease is still on our focus to reduce rates of TB. #WorldTuberculosisDay