Apply Now for the 2018 Student Projects for Health Competition

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FAIMER is now inviting applications for the 2018 Student Projects for Health competition! The Student Projects for Health competition is supported by GEMx—a global partnership for educational exchange in medicine and the health professions—and FAIMER, and will be a feature of the 2018 conference of The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH). Co-hosted by the University of Limerick, the conference will be held August 16-20, 2018, in Limerick, Ireland. Sponsorship includes air travel, hotel accommodation, and conference registration fee. The theme of the conference is Community Empowerment for Health: A Multi-Sector Approach. Winners will be invited to attend the conference and present posters about their projects. The award includes air travel, hotel accommodation, and conference registration fee.

Now in its fourth year, the Student Projects for Health competition recognizes students who have made outstanding contributions to projects that successfully promote community health and well-being. It is open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in any course of study who have been participating in such projects. Approximately 15 winners will be selected and more than one student from the same project may be selected, so all key contributors are encouraged to apply. Each application will require an endorsement by a faculty member closely associated with the project.

Applications will be considered by a distinguished group of international reviewers with a wide variety of expertise in health professions education. Detailed information on selection criteria can be found here.

The deadline for application is February 11, 2018. To apply, click here.

Winners of the 2017 Student Projects for Health Competition

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FAIMER is pleased to announce the selection of 14 winners of its 2017 Student Projects for Health competition. The Student Projects for Health competition—supported by GEMx and FAIMER—will be a feature of the 2017 conference of The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH). The 2017 conference, which will feature the World Summit on Social Accountability, will be held April 8-12, 2017, in Hammamet, Tunisia.  Winners will be invited to attend the conference and present posters about their projects. The award includes travel, accommodation, and conference registration fee.

Now in its third year, the Student Projects for Health competition recognizes students who have made outstanding contributions to projects that successfully promote community health and well-being, and was open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in any course of study who have been participating in such projects.

The winners of the 2017 Student Projects for Health competition are:

Mohammedalameen Abuganaya (Sudan)
The Role of Gezira Medical Students in Improving the Health Environment in Wad-Hussain Village in 2012-2015

Muhammed Almubarak (Sudan)
Combat Endemic Diseases in Al-Gusairah Village

Nishwa Azeem (Pakistan)
Rural Health Empowerment (RHE)

Vidhi Dave (India)
Women in Need Get Support (WINGS)

Mayara Floss (Brazil)
Health Education League

Mark Fusunyan (United States)
A Youth Program for Local Refugee Teens

Myron Godinho (India)
Medical Model United Nations (MedMUN)

Julian Hirschbaum (United States)
MGY, Community Health Worker Training Organization

Jules Iradukunda (Rwanda)
Family Planning Awareness and Education Program

Alphonse Mbarushimana (Rwanda)
Car-free Day Initiative

Eric Nizeyimana (Rwanda)
Smile Oh My Child

Wasukira Bugosera Sulaiman (Uganda)
Promoting Balanced Diet Feeding among Children below the Age of Five Years in Kyenshaki Village

Muzungu Hirwa Sylvain (Rwanda)
E-Health for Refugees

Leonard Tan (Philippines)
OPLAN Tacayan Ang Pagtapna sang Filaria: A Community-Based Public Health Intervention against Bancroftian Filariasis for the Panay Bukidnon Indigenous People of Brgy. Tacayan, Tapaz, Capiz, Philippines

Student Projects for Health Application Deadline Extended to December 11

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FAIMER is now inviting applications for the 2017 Student Projects for Health competition! The Student Projects for Health competition is supported by GEMx—a global partnership for educational exchange in medicine and the health professions—and FAIMER, and will be a feature of the 2017 annual conference of The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH). The 2017 conference, which will feature the World Summit on Social Accountability, will be held April 8-12, 2017, in Hammamet, Tunisia. The theme of the conference is Improving the Impact of Educational Institutions on People’s Health. Winners will be invited to attend the conference and present posters about their projects. The award includes air travel, hotel accommodation, and conference registration fee.

Now in its third year, the Student Projects for Health competition recognizes students who have made outstanding contributions to projects that successfully promote community health and well-being. It is open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in any course of study who have been participating in such projects. Approximately 15 winners will be selected and more than one student from the same project may be selected, so all key contributors are encouraged to apply. Each application will require an endorsement by a faculty member closely associated with the project.

Applications will be considered by a distinguished group of international reviewers with a wide variety of expertise in health professions education. Detailed information on selection criteria can be found here.

The deadline for application has been extended to December 11, 2016. To apply, click here.

(posted September 21, 2016; updated November 30, 2016)

Winners of the 2016 Student Projects for Health Competition

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FAIMER is pleased to announce the selection of 20 winners of its 2016 Student Projects for Health competition. The Student Projects for Health competition—supported by GEMx and FAIMER—will be a feature of the 2016 conference of The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH) that will take place July 26-30 at China Medical University in Shenyang, China. Winners will be invited to attend the conference and present their projects. The award includes travel, accommodation, and conference registration fee.

Now in its second year, the Student Projects for Health competition recognizes students who have made outstanding contributions to projects that successfully promote community health and well-being, and was open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in any course of study who have been participating in such projects.

The winners of the 2016 Student Projects for Health competition are:

Natasha Abeysekera, Australia

Geofrey Beingana, Rwanda

Meika Bhattachan, Nepal

Mbabazi Ceaser, Uganda

Earnest Caiser Dela Cruz, Philippines

Marie Florentine Hategekimana, Rwanda

Brice Hirwa, Rwanda

Alice Igiraneza, Rwanda

Prosper Ingabire, Rwanda

Gasana Joel, Rwanda

Desire Kalisa, Rwanda

Muhammad Zaeem Khalid, Pakistan

Prakash Kharel, Nepal

Catalina Lopez, Colombia

Richard Nduwayezu, Rwanda

Awonuga Waheed Oyetola, Sierra Leone

Romil Parikh, India

Wakibi Samson, Uganda

Maria Angela Magay Villa, Philippines

Kanhua Yin, China

Apply Now for the 2016 Student Projects for Health Competition

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FAIMER is now inviting applications for the 2016 Student Projects for Health competition! The Student Projects for Health competition is supported by GEMx—a global partnership for educational exchange in medicine and the health professions—and FAIMER, and will be a feature of the 2016 conference of The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH) in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China, July 26-30, 2016. Organized by The Network: TUFH and China Medical University, the theme of the conference is Building Trust: A Global Challenge in Health System Reform. Winners will be invited to attend the conference and present their projects. The award includes travel, accommodation, and conference registration fee.

Now in its second year, the Student Projects for Health competition recognizes students who have made outstanding contributions to projects that successfully promote community health and well-being. It is open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in any course of study who have been participating in such projects. 10 to 15 winners will be selected and more than one student from the same project may be selected, so all key contributors are encouraged to apply. Each application will require an endorsement by a faculty member closely associated with the project.

Applications will be considered by a distinguished group of international reviewers with a wide variety of expertise in health professions education. Detailed information on selection criteria can be found here.

The deadline for application is April 15, 2016. To apply, click here.

Winners of the 2015 Student Projects for Health Competition

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FAIMER is pleased to announce the selection of 17 winners of its 2015 Student Projects for Health competition. The Student Projects for Health competition—supported by the Global Education in Medicine Exchange (GEMx)consortium and FAIMER—will be a feature of the joint conference of The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH) and the South African Association of Health Educationalists (SAAHE) that will take place September 12-16 in Gauteng Province, South Africa. The theme of the conference is “Education for Change.” Winners will be invited to attend the conference and present their projects. The award includes a travel grant of $2,000 and free conference registration.

The Student Projects for Health competition recognizes students who have made outstanding contributions to projects that successfully promote community health and well-being, and was open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in any course of study who have been participating in such projects.

The winners of the 2015 Student Projects for Health competition are:

Nahyeni Bassah, Cameroon

Amy Booth, South Africa

Giancarlo Bruno, Italy

Sheila Chang, United States

Savo Bou Zein Eddine, Lebanon

Thomas Jeo Joseph, India

Martha Kirabo, Uganda

Amanda Liewen, United States

Thomas Mathew, India

Abhishek Mittal, India

Faith Nawagi, Uganda

Ubenthira Patgunarajah, India

G. Sundar Raajan, India

Mina Tanaka, United States

Deborah Uwadia, Nigeria

Karthikeyan V., India

Bessie Xijin Zhang, United States

(posted June 16, 2015; updated June 1, 2016)

Student Projects for Health Application Deadline Extended to May 15

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FAIMER is now inviting applications for the 2015 Student Projects for Health competition. The Student Projects for Health competition is supported by the Global Education in Medicine Exchange (GEMx) consortium—a global network for exchanges—and FAIMER, and will be a feature of The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH) conference that will take place in Gauteng Province, South Africa, September 12-16, 2015. This will be a joint conference of The Network: TUFH and the South African Association of Health Educationalists (SAAHE). The theme of the conference is “Education for Change.” Winners will be invited to attend the conference and present their projects. The award includes a travel grant of $2,000 and free conference registration.

The Student Projects for Health competition recognizes students who have made outstanding contributions to projects that successfully promote community health and well-being. It is open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in any course of study who have been participating in such projects. Up to 20 winners will be selected and more than one student from the same project may be selected, so all key contributors are encouraged to apply. Each application will require an endorsement by a faculty member closely associated with the project.

Applications will be considered by a distinguished group of international reviewers with a wide variety of expertise in health professions education. Detailed information on selection criteria can be found here.

The deadline for application has been extended to May 15, 2015. To apply, click here.

(posted February 5, 2015; updated March 9, 2015, April 29, 2015)