An opportunity to attend the 2018 CFMS National Day of Action - this year's topic is Indigenous Mental Wellness.
One CFMS member will be hired to join the fundraising team to help IFMSA-Quebec fundraise for the event and search fro strategic partners, particularly across Canada.
The purpose of this task force is to research, gather, and formulate a CFMS briefing document and written statement to the Standing Committee on Health (HESA) as they undergo their year-long study as outlined by the passing of Motion M-132 Federally Funded Health Research (passed unanimously on Nov 8, 2017). The outputs of this task force, will inform HESA moving forward on this study on federally funded health research outcomes. There also exists the opportunity for the CFMS to present ideas and thoughts as a witness to HESA for their study over the next year.
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The CFMS Annual Review, an annual magazine showcasing initiatives, research, projects, and creative talent from medical students across Canada, is calling for submissions from all medical students. This year's cover art theme will be 'Indigenous Health'