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  • 1. Asian Medical Students’ Association - Philippines
  • 2. Association of sociocivic organizations in medical schools in the Philippines
    Official NMO of IFMSA and AMSA-International
    5 Full Member Schools (UP, UST, Fatima, WVSU, DLS-Bacolod)
    5 Candidate Member Schools (SLU, PLM, UE, FEU, UP SHS)
    Aggressive Recruitment Continues
  • 3. Officers 2010-2011
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  • 5. The Asian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) is an international organization of medical students from Asian countries and Australia.
    It primarily seeks to promote the understanding of medical and health problems as well as to share experiences in solving them among member countries.
    It also aims to foster unity and profound interpersonal relationships among its members.
  • 6. An independent, non-governmental and non-political federation of medical students' associations throughout the world
    Founded in May 1951
    102 National Member Organizations
    100 countries on six continents
    More than 1 million medical students worldwide
  • 7. Our Mission
    To expose all medical students to humanitarian and global health issues, providing them with the opportunity to educate themselves and their peers;
    To facilitate partnerships between the medical student community and international organizations also concerned work on health, education and medicine;
    To give all medical students the opportunity to take part in clinical and research exchange around the world;
  • 8. Our Mission
    To provide a network that links active medical students across the globe, including student leaders, project managers and activists, so that they can learn from and be motivated by each other;
    To provide an international framework in which medical student projects can be initiated, carried out and developed;
    To empower and train medical students to take a role in bringing about the necessary changes to improve the health of all people of the world
  • 9. SCOPE and SCORE
    To promote cultural understanding and cooperation among medical students and all health professionals, through the facilitation of international students' exchanges
  • 10. SCOME
    Aims to implement an optimal learning environment for all medical students around the world
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  • 14. World Health Days
    February 4th
    March 24th
    April 7th
    April 25th
    May 31st
    June 14th
    October 10th
    November 14th
    November 20th
    World Cancer Day
    World Tuberculosis Day
    World Health Day
    World Malaria Day
    World No‐Tobacco Day
    World Blood Donor Day
    World Mental Health Day
    World Diabetes Day
    Universal Children’s Day
  • 15. SCORP
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  • 22. University of the Philippines Global Health Course
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  • 42. Anti-Tobacco
    For Health
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  • 46. April 11-15, 2011
    6th UP Global Health Course
    Tagaytay City
  • 47. June 25-July 2, 2011 – Joint Conference of IFMSA Asia-Pacific and AMSA Internationalin Hong Kong (jointconference2011.com)
  • 48. August 1-7, 2011 – 60th General Assembly August Meeting of IFMSA in Copenhagen, Denmark (am2011denmark.com)
  • 49. August 15-21, 2011- Asian Collaborative Training on Infectious Diseases, Outbreaks, Natural Disasters, and Refugee Management (ACTION) in Malang, Indonesia (action2011indonesia.co.cc)
  • 50. “As medical students committed to sharing your knowledge and skills internationally, you are a powerful source of hope for the future. I commend your determination to use your medical training to benefit all members of society.”
    Kofi Annan
    Former UN Secretary General