Vers un IFMSA-Québec à l’image de ses futures membres

Depuis toujours, IFMSA-Québec a été choyé de pouvoir compter sur ses fidèles membres pour assurer son progrès perpétuel.  Ces membres, chez qui les enjeux socioéconomiques, culturels et mondiaux de la santé animent une énorme passion et un grand dévouement, ont assuré la croissance continue de notre organisme, et ça, depuis sa fondation officielle il y […]

Till we meet again!

Despite having had little time these past few days to complete my blog posts for this March Meeting (I had to rush home after the GA to prepare for an exam!), I’m glad to now close off this chapter of IFMSA-Québec’s GA assemblies with a few remarks on Day 6, and a review of my initial […]

Policy Statement Results & Day 5

I begin by reporting to my dear readers the results of yesterday’s plenary section on Policy Statements (PS).  I was very happy to see all fifteen proposed PSs be adopted by the assembly (2/3 majority being required for adoption); witnessing such strong solidarity and unity among the individuals of such a diverse collection is nothing […]

And on the fourth day, IFMSA changed a bunch of stuff

Indeed, today’s plenaries revolved around bylaw changes and the adoption of Momenda of Understanding and Policy Statements, some pretty important stuff. Today’s presidents’ session began with a talk on leadership by Dr Mukesh Haikerwal of the World Medical Association. The part of the talk that I found most instructive related the importance of conserving excellent […]

Day 3

Today was an interesting day on several levels.  The Santiago Task Force and the Task Force on IFMSA Vision and Mission initiated today’s presidents’ session with their report presentations, which were clear, concise, and well appreciated by the various NMOs.  Dr Margaret Mungherera, the current President of the World Medical Association, then gave a motivating […]

My GA Initiation

Asslema! Before tackling the serious matters, I wanted to let it out there: Tunisia is awesome.  Before heading out to Hammamet, I had the opportunity to venture alone in Tunis, Carthage and Sidi Bou Said and fulfill my promise of getting lost in a new country.  It goes without saying, this is a completely different […]

Not all those who wander are lost

At least… that’s what they say. You may rest assured, dear reader, that I, for one, am exactly the kind of person that gets lost every so often – whether it be in a new country, or a few kilometers from my own home (in which I have lived, by the way, all 23 years […]