Medics worldwide: news and opportunities from the IFMSA
- By: Jana Kammeyer
Actions for life: towards a world free of tuberculosis - The IFMSA's Anti-TB campaign aims to draw attention to the global tuberculosis epidemic. As part of the global Stop TB Partnership, IFMSA will be promoting the World TB Day on 24 March 2006 with the theme “Action for life: towards a world free of tuberculosis.” Visit www.stoptb.org for campaign resources, or contact IFMSA's Anti-TB Campaign initiative coordinator (email@example.com) for further details on medical students' activities.
Opportunity for IFMSA graduates - Have you recently graduated? All IFMSA graduates are eligible for the World Medical Association's membership for free, up to three years after graduation.
The World Medical Association (WMA, www.wma.net) is an international organisation representing doctors that was founded in 1947. It was created to ensure the independence of doctors and to work for the highest possible standards of ethical behaviour and care by doctors, representing them in 80 national medical