Global Health Equity encompasses the issues of wellness, safety, opportunity and environment that make up a healthy society. It also highlights the interconnected nature of all people and our responsibility for rational and proportional assistance for all people, regardless of the country in which they live. Justice and equity are paramount to assuring that race, religion, income, gender, sexual preference or nationality are not factors limiting access to quality care. See how you can get involved with our committee to advance health equity around the world.
The Global Health Scholars Program (GHSP) is a comprehensive six month-long program created to inspire those medical, premedical, and public health students who are interested in pursuing internationally-oriented careers in the health professions. This year, the Global Health Scholars Program curriculum is designed to examine the ongoing evolution of international health in the context of globalization.
The International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) was founded in 1951. It is the world’s oldest and largest independent organization representing associations of medical students internationally. It currently maintains 123 National Member Organizations from more than 100 countries across six continents with over 1,2 million students represented worldwide. AMSA is the United States chapter of IFMSA. Interested to find out how you can get involved? Click to find out more!
The AIDS Advocacy Network (AAN) is made up of health professional students dedicated to creating a national network focused on advocating for the fight against the global AIDS pandemic. Click to learn more.