Love ER (KA)

Love the emergency room is an association dealing with sex education, with support from the Public Health Agency. We visit high school- and secondary school students and talk sex, emotions and relationships, sk ”call outs”. Kärleksakuten also have internal training for all members, to increase our competence as a sex educator and for the future of our professions. We are open to all students and schools that are interested in Kärleksakuten are welcome to contact us by email.

Myrica nelze Durhamärleksakuten-Linköping-503,295,279,836,967

Teddy Bear Hospital

Teddy hospital is an IFMSA projects where students go out to schools to talk about your body and to alleviate children's cuddly toys. The purpose of Winnie the hospital is to make children feel safer with the medical staff and hospital visits while medical students can practice speaking with children. During a visit, which usually takes about 2 hours, we divide the group of children at the three stations. The three stations are:

  • Plasters station, where we investigate and plåstrar of children sick teddy bears
  • Anatomistationen, where we start from our anatomy doll and talk about body
  • Rit- and lekstationen, where we draw and play, Please drawings and games with the body as a theme

In addition to this, we are also currently starting a "big teddy bear hospital" in Linköping, which are organized in several other cities. This means that we create a sjukhuslik environment in a room of the university and let the children come to us instead of we go out to them. The first big teddy bear hospital should be held in early December.


Institute of Indian Mother and Child (IIMC)

IIMC is a non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting children's- and maternal health care, read- literacy and international solidarity and peace. The organization operated in India's third-largest city Kolkata and surrounding villages in West Bengal. IIMC was founded 1989 of the Indian physician Dr.. Sujit Kumar Brahmochary with the aim to provide poor people in rural areas with basic health- and health care. Since then the organization has expanded and developed to include educational- and sponsorship programs, Economic and socio-cultural projects, as well as agriculture and production. Today, a comprehensive community development project IIMC.

The Swedish branch of the Organization, IIMC-Sweden, in close cooperation with IFMSA and works primarily with sponsorships and the volunteer trips to India. As a volunteer, you have the opportunity to take part in different projects conducted by IIMC! In Linköping, we collect money for operations in India, recruiting sponsors for Indian children in need, and recruiting volunteers in IIMC:s regime go and help on the spot. Welcome to be inspired and get involved!

Stephanie Tu
Astrid Ekman

Medical- and nursing students provide information on care and health (LIVH)

LIVH is a project aimed at educating and informing newly arrived immigrants at SFI schools and undocumented on how care in Sweden is organized, what rights you have as a patient and how different factors can affect one's health. The reason why we focus on newly arrived immigrants are people who immigrated to Sweden in general feel worse physically and mentally than the rest of the population and it is our responsibility to people to take care of them.

The project has been started in Linköping and Norrköping and right now we're eight people involved. We would like more people who want to help participate in Livh project. Keep in mind that it is a good opportunity for you to try to communicate with people who do not have a good command of the Swedish language, which is a good training for future employment.

Mustafa Al-Attar

Clinical Exchanges

Clinical exchanges is directed mainly towards students in the clinical semesters (semester 7-11), who are curious to try implementing a clinical practice abroad. As Local Exchange Officer, we help with exchanges to and from Linköping.

If you have any questions or concerns, Please do not hesitate to contact us!


Bera Feysal
Erik Albåge

Research Exchanges


Anton Nordeman
Kaisa Gustafsson