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The Nomination Committee's proposal for IFMSA-Sweden Board 2021


In the autumn, the Nomination Committee has been working to develop a proposal for the next verksamhetsårs National Board! The Nomination Committee has handled applications, held interviews with the candidates and finally arrived at a proposal that will be voted on at the next General Council, which will be held on November 7th.


IFMSA-Sweden's board election takes place on 7-8 November during the General Assembly. The Nomination Committee has submitted its proposal, but it is still possible to submit a counter-candidacy. All members are welcome to run against. It is possible to run both for positions where the Nomination Committee has submitted a proposal and for positions where no person has been proposed.. Your candidacy will be submitted to FUM at the election meeting.

You can of course search for several items. In such a case, we want an application by post.

DEADLINE for the application is 21:00 the 6 november.

Feel free to contact me [email protected] if you have any questions.

Counter-candidacies are made through this FORM.


The Nomination Committee's nominations


The financial year 2021


Chantal Marchini, Stockholm

Chantal has long been active in IFMSA-Sweden both locally and nationally in several projects and issues, and sat as NORA and VPE. She has represented IFMSA-Sweden in LSU:s European reference group. She has also been active in international IFMSA, bl.a. as program coordinator for STI:s. Chantal has solid knowledge of the association as a whole and is well rooted in its values ​​and working methods.. She has a clear vision for the financial year and wants to develop strategies and routines for even more long-term and sustainable work.. Chantal is perceived as enthusiastic, listening and with good leadership skills. We believe that she is a suitable candidate for chair and therefore warmly recommend her.

Vice-president of internal affairs (VPI)

John Hall, Örebro

During the year, John served as LORF for IFMSA-Örebro and has previously been locally NH responsible and a member of IFMSA-Örebro's board.. He has good experience and understanding of the work of local associations and has an exciting vision for how the cooperation between the localities and the national board can be even better. John is perceived as driving and confident and we believe he would be a good asset for the central board as well as the board as a whole. We highly recommend John to the VPI post.


Lisa Arvidsson, Skåne

During the year Lisa has been Secretary General of IFMSA-Sweden and has previous experience as LORF for IFMSA-Skåne. Lisa has several visions for what she would like to realize during the next financial year, among other things, she wants to produce a clear and structured guide for grant applications. Lisa's previous experience of the central board and broad experience of the association's values ​​and working methods, we believe will have a positive and secure impact on the work of the next board.. We believe Lisa would do a fantastic job as Secretary General for another year and therefore highly recommend her.

Vice-president of external affairs (VPE)

Alma Nordenstam, Stockholm

Alma has solid experience from the Swedish youth movement and civil society from several organizations, bl.a. national project manager and board member of the Swedish Youth Council, representative of Sveriges Unga in Almedalen and is part of Maktsalongen's mentorship program. Within IFMSA-Sweden, she has participated in several SWGs:s for the production and implementation of policy documents. Alma is perceived as incredibly engaging, innovative and with broad knowledge of how civil society works. She has a clear vision for how IFMSA-Sweden can reach out in the best way. We highly recommend her to VPE.


Samuel Berglöf, Stockholm

Samuel has done an excellent job as LORF for IFMSA-Stockholm during the year, and sat as treasurer locally under 2019, and has also run a TNT in Sweden last year. We believe that he can handle the task as treasurer gallantly, and also contribute with a wonderful atmosphere to the board. He will play a key role in the central government, and we believe he will be an active one, wise voice in the discussions when important decisions are to be made. We highly recommend Samuel.

National head of the working group on human rights and peace (NORP)

Ellen Barret, Skåne

Ellen has been very active in IFMSA-Skåne for a long time, both in LIVH and in KatMed. She has also been involved at the national level with advocacy work within SCORP and trained as a trainer in disaster medicine. She has a very good understanding of what the projects need and a clear vision for what she wants to achieve with the position as NORP. Ellen's broad experience in SCORP and genuine commitment we believe make her very suitable as NORP.

National head of the working group on sexual and reproductive health and rights (NORA)

Minna Dawar, Linkoping

Minna has been active in Linköping within Kärleksakuten and as LORP. She has also been involved in starting a new project in Linköping – The intersectional group. She understands what projects locally may need and can be found as support for project assets locally. Minna has a lot of ideas and is responsive and cooperative as a person, and we believe she will contribute positive energy to the board. The Nomination Committee warmly recommends Minna as NORA.

Nationally responsible for the Working Group on Public Health (NPO)


Nationally responsible for clinical exchanges, outgoing (NEO-out)

Barry stamp, Skåne

During the financial year, Kasia has been a NEO-out and has broad experience from the exchange business. She has also been active in KatMed Skåne. Kasia is perceived as a responsible person, solution-oriented and someone who spreads a positive mood. She has a burning interest in making the exchange students' experience as good as possible. Kasia's experience from the national board we believe will work next fiscal year. We think Kasia would do a phenomenal job as a NEO-out.

Nationally responsible for clinical exchanges, in-depth (NEO-in)


Nationally responsible for research exchanges, outgoing (NORE-out)

Rawa Halabjayi, Gothenburg

Rawa has extensive experience from research exchange activities from both the upper secondary school and the medical program in Gothenburg. He has also been involved in the exchange activities at the local site. Rawa shows a solid understanding of how the exchange business works and

have many thoughts on how the exchange can be as good as possible. He is perceived as listening, safe and solution-oriented. We think Rawa would be a great fit as NORE-out and highly recommend him.

Nationally responsible for research exchanges, in-depth (NORE-in)


Vice-President for International Affairs (VPIA)

Adeleine Forsberg, Uppsala

Adeleine has extensive experience and has long been involved in national and international IFMSA. After two years on the national board and many international events, she has full control of what is happening within IFMSA and has a wide network of contacts within the association. We believe that she will be able to build on previous VPIA's work within IFMSA, and also be a safe point in IFMSA-Sweden's central board. She is perceived as listening and has exciting ideas about how IFMSA-Sweden's international work can be shaped in the future.. We highly recommend Adeleine to VPIA.


Ellinor Segersten, Skåne

Ellinor has previously been responsible for PR in most boards and working groups, and has studied marketing and photography abroad. She is active in Nallesjukhuset in Skåne. Ellinor is passionate about making IFMSA-Sweden's operations visible to the outside world in an aesthetically pleasing way. She has a clear strategy for how IFMSA-Sweden's media channels can be used in the best way and would like to help the local areas with PR where there is a need.. We think Ellinor fits like a glove for the position of media manager and highly recommend her.

business Accountants (2 poster)



Nomination (2 poster)

Matilda Stjernqvist, Skåne

Matilda has a great understanding of the association, the function of the board and needs after three years in the national board, of which 2 i centralstyret. She has shown great commitment and we are happy that she wants to continue to be active in the association as a nomination committee. We warmly recommend her to the Nomination Committee post.



Rebecka Wahlgren and Rebecka Dejby

Nomination for IFMSA-Sweden Board for fiscal year 2021

Entries - March Meeting 2020 i Rwanda


My first General Assembly

The picture above was taken from the scene of the Kigali Convention Center where GA:s opening ceremony held. Here are some of the nicest people I've met in a long time, in a place that I will always remember.

If I am to be honest I did not have particularly high expectations for my first General Assembly. I had heard about the meeting for the first time last fall during my last semester of the medical program, and most looked to my friend Julia tipped me that it was a great opportunity to meet people from other countries. Contrary to expectation, I had been a reserve for the meeting and soon decided to put my ambition low. I did not quite what it was about, and with that I had just graduated and waited for my intern, I saw probably the most fun trip as a chance to go to Africa and have one last IFMSA-adventure. Little did I know the incredibly awesome experience that awaited.

The first day started early with a quick round on the breakfast buffet followed by sessions with my team SCORE (Research Working Party yield). When I was the sole representative of Sweden on site was the idea that I, guided through the mail contact of Sweden 2 Nores who could not attend, would vote on their behalf later in the week. Then I felt I had pretty bad track on what scores work meant I attended for the most part in sessions and workshops that dealt with some basic about SCORE and the work you are doing. From some countries were more than 1 representative on, while other countries had no present. I quickly became friends with the representatives of Switzerland and Norway, which facilitated tremendously for me when they were little

more experienced than me and I could ask them when I did not understand things. Sessions during the week generally consisted of various workshops, discussions, less lectures and communication exercises. The first evening ended with a social event, as well as all weekday nights did, and this time, they had decided to start with the best (according to me) – National food and drink party! Imagine a cross between an exhibition and a party, with a hall filled with all the countries' own dishes, snacks and drinks - there you have the wonderful recipe for NFDP.

The second day started for my, Adel Eine and Juliet's part (SCOPE representatives) med Exchange Fair. There is a fair for all involved in the clinical and research exchanges which gave a chance for all NEOs and Nores to leave out invitation letters to the respective countries responsible persons, but also enabled the countries to sell their exchanges for students and possibly conclude any new agreements.

And as countries sold out! My God what we got merchandise from various representatives - pens, Car Door, magnets - anything is possible! Not to mention the sweets. From the Swedish side, we invited the bracelet and croissants, chocolate balls, Hoover and copious amounts of sweets.

Besides sessions were also the days are filled with NMO-hour (when we discussed how we would vote the delegation), theme events och plenum, and the occasional joint session. The other day I attended my first plenary, which was what I was most confused (and worried) over before GA. It is difficult to describe the plenary briefly, but you can try to clearly describe it as the place where all IFMSAs important decisions, including votes of the constitution and the election of a new board with President. I am not exaggerating when I say that it is a time consuming and, quite often dull, process that tends to drag on (sometimes up to 4 in the morning), but it is also where all the action takes place. This is where you can listen to the candidates to records of students who put their soul on IFMSA and really passionate about their cardiovascular issues, and where you can actually be involved and make a difference with his voice. I have realized how sick awesome it is. I was also extremely impressed that Olga and Chantal from our delegation dried. They went, despite lack of sleep, All plenary sessions and presidential sessions and updated the rest of us, which instead slept, if all the important information that has been said. My GA had not been the same without them.

The rest of the week consisted of continuous session, interesting discussions and plenary briefings. During the fourth day, I even feel important for a couple of hours when I voted in the election of Regulation Change Proposals and SCORE Supervising Board Candida Tours. I voted admittedly only as a representative of our Swedish Nores, but it's still a bit cool to sit there with his flag and feel involved in the democratic process.

Throughout the week days were filled with social events - usually celebrations of various kinds, as is sometimes dried participate in and sometimes not. But whether it was about to go and have a coffee drink with some newfound friends from Kurdistan in the cafeteria or go and sit and talk with the girls from Hungary during lunch, so expanded even IFMSA-family wherever you went. the heat, openness and willingness to share their culture, I have not seen anyone else with so many people from different backgrounds.

When I think back on it, it's really crazy how much you can load a single week - people, matupplevelser, inspiration, project ideas, beautiful nature, fun and laughter with the delegation - everything was in some strange way into the same number of days as I normally take for me to manage to book a laundry time at home.

I would also like to stress the importance not only to seize the time GA lasts, but also place it on, and especially when it comes to a country like Rwanda. It is not a place to which Swedish students often find themselves in. It's easy to get caught up in GA and barely have time to see the city, country and people visiting, but I think it is important not to miss it. Some of us in the delegation came to Rwanda for a few days before and stayed a few days to visit the markets, memory center, museums and restaurants. It gave a great insight into the country and its history. I also went on a post-GA-turn, as, despite the many organizational problems down the road from the operators' side, finally gave me a fantastic nature experience.

Finally, I also want to say a few words about the corona epidemic that grew larger and larger over time, we found ourselves at hotel- and konferanscentret in Rwanda. Many were worried as the smittostatistiken escalated, and those whose countries had closed the border over the week were worried about how they would get home. During this time, the turmoil could lead to panic and outrage of many, but I still felt that we, regardless of country affiliation, could talk openly about how we in our respective countries could manage this life and the ways in which we could help each other. It was so nice to see the community there, and ensure that all, regardless of background, realized the importance of taking responsibility in these difficult times and be there for each other.
Aside from the worries concerning the corona virus that fought even the officers of the Rwandan GA team with many problems of organization in place in the form of lack of space in the hotel, depositionsstrul, delayed buses etc., but everything is actually in retrospect quite faded in comparison to what worked well.

I take with me vastly more by the General Assembly in Rwanda than I thought I would do. First GA, and probably the last time I start my intern for spring, has been overwhelming and intense, but more than anything else super fun. I have met many wonderful people that I will continue to stay in touch with and been inspired in a way I never thought possible. GA truly surpassed all my hopes, and expectations, with marginal. So to all who still have a chance, I highly recommend to start pep for the next GA and anything else exciting as waiting with IFMSA!

Best regards,
Linnea Kristiansson

Search for a SCORA X-Change summer 2020!


In summer, the IFMSA something called SCORA X-Change - an exchange of 3-4 weeks where the combined clinic, workshops and excursions related to topics such as sex education, STI, gender violence, maternal and abortion.

This summer there is the possibility to search 14 different countries! The exchange is in different periods for each country and the cost varies between 220-400 € depending on the country.

For more precise information on each country can be found via this link (invitation packages that tells specifically for each country): https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FZr4Xtui6AjGM6O1Ug8odQTXlfSWji0Y

How to apply?

1. Check out which countries are invited to exchange and their periods that you can find in the link above.
2. Select up to 3 various exchanges that interests you and rank them.
3. Write a motivation letter why you want to go on these exchanges.
4. Write a resume with your past and present credentials associated with IFMSA and activities related to sexual and reproductive health and rights.
4. Download, read and sign SCORA X-Change Code of Conduct (a document in which you agree to abide by IFMSAs international principles and values).
5. Download and fill in the document "SXC CF"You will find further down in the post.
6. Contact [email protected] to get the document "SXC CF"Signed after you have filled this.
7. Finally, fill in application form Connecting the end, where you also need to upload:

SXC CF (Candidature Form) can be found here!

The application form can be found here!

Deadline is the 13/3, so start in good time with your application! For questions or concerns, please contact [email protected]

Meeting documents to IFMSA-Sweden's Annual Meeting 2020


During Saturday 15 February, IFMSA-Sweden councilors hold annual meeting, where council representatives will decide a lot of both fun and important things.

All members can submit motions if they have something they want to influence the association, so it is very welcome that as a member to submit a motion last 09.00 at annual meeting of the day 15 February. All motions sent to the President of [email protected]

Annual meeting documents, you will find HERE!

Applications open to EuRegMe 2020 Lithuania!


Now the application of IFMSA:s European session opened EuRegMe!During EuRegMe meet students from almost all European countries to discuss issues such as global health, exchanges, refugee policy, mental illness, sexual and reproductive health and human rights. You involved the chance to share experiences with students from Europe, learn more about how IFMSA works and deep dive into interesting topics!

Year 2020 meeting held in Vilnius, Lithuania, the 23e-27e in April with the theme wait affecting "Health Workforce” and “Social Accountability in Health”. Below you can read more about the program.

Invitation Package


We urge you to seek, new and old, regardless of previous experience. Applications will be reviewed by a selection group, and ranked among other things with regard to the earlier commitment and personal goals of the meeting. Valgruppen also trying to bring a delegation to an even distribution between local resorts.


The meeting fee is 175 € / person IFMSA-Sweden is sponsoring about 100 € per person. The journey you stand for yourself.

Deadline for applications is 15/12 23.59!

For questions about the meeting or the application, do not hesitate to contact [email protected]

If you are applying to the meeting, you agree that we store your personal data in order to manage your application and your participation in the meeting. The handling of personal data in accordance with GDPR and erased after meeting, If you have questions about the association's work with GDPR can contact [email protected]

application form

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Residual points for clinical yield 2020-2021

Now we have a number of residual seats for clinical exchange season 2020-2021! Do not miss the coolest opportunity – the opportunity to search!

Clinic Exchanges addressed to medical students who completed the semester 5 Before the exchange begins. The deadline to apply is Sunday 8/12. The sites are then distributed according to the priority system.

Our exchanges organized on a voluntary basis by medical students in each country's membership. As outgoing offered you four-week internship at a hospital, at least one meal a day, as well as accommodation in the dorm room or home of a local student. During the internship period organized a social program where you together with other exchange students from around the world get to experience what the host country has to offer!

You can apply to go on exchange during the period 1/4 2020 – 31/3 2021. Unless otherwise noted, the cost of exchange 3000 SEC.

Note it is very important that you read the exchange conditions (Exchange Conditions) for the country you are interested in, before seeking! You must ensure that you meet your desired country to language requirements or terminating affiliation. Here you will find the conditions for the country. In terms can also read about the document, certificates and declarations that you will need to submit your Application Form, and which cities and periods are selectable in the country.

Here is a list of the most traveled places that can be searched:

Land / NMO: Number of places: Month: Other: exchange Terms:
Algeria 1 - - http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/99
Belgium 1 July 2020 Requirements in French http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/101
Ecuador 1 - Requirements in Spanish http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/26
Egypt 1 - - http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/27
France 1 - Requirements in French http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/32
Greece 2 July 2020 - http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/35
Jordan 1 - - http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/47
Kurdistan (Iraq) 1 - - http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/42
Kuwait 1 - - http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/50
Oman 2 - - http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/65
Russia 1 - - http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/76
Singapore 2 Fall Winter 2020-2021 NOTE Singapore requires that the application is submitted 9 months before replacement starter, Thus the exchange autumn / winter 2020. It is not possible to go in the summer 2020. http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/124
Spain 1 - Spanish advantageous, not claim http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/83
Switzerland 1 - Requirements in French or German http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/86
Tartarstan (Russia) 1 - - http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/88
Germany 1 July 2020 German advantageous, not claim http://exchange.ifmsa.org/exchange/scope/explore/conditions/view/33

Apply in the form below, or in open new tab.

Winning travel stories 2019

Thanks to all who submitted travel stories for exchange 2019! Now we read all the great travel stories submitted, and agreed on three winners whose story stuck out a little extra:

Best Research 'Report (SCORE)

Estelle Ton – Japan.
Inspiring and comprehensive travel story with very nice pictures!

Best Practice 'Report (SCOPE), 2 winner parts on meal

Casandra El Sayed – Kuwait
Handsome, informative and in-depth travel story with the personal touch and lots of practical tips!

Ylva Jansson – Brazil
19 pages resglädje, adventure and humor!

All travel stories can be found in travel stories!

Masterclass: Climate & Health


The 6-8 december 2019 will IFMSA-Sweden and IFMSA-North organize a joint event with the SLS KUF (Swedish Society of Medicine, Kandidat- and Medical Association), a masterclass in climate and health.

This masterclass participants will have the background knowledge of the topic Global Health & Climate change. After a brief introduction to global health, including human rights and sustainable development goals (Sustainable Development Goals), we will dive into specific topics. With these workshops we aim to address the direct and indirect climate effects on global health, while we present them in the broader context of international, economic, social, political and environmental perspectives.

Masterclassen will also cough the Swedish official launch event for The Lancet Commission on Health and Climate Change 2019, with Maria Nilsson, Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Global Health at the University of Umeå, which is one of the co-authors of the report.

Several experts in the field have been invited to bring you the latest updates – their names will be published closer to the event on Facebook. Masterclass will also bring the discussion to the next level through interactive workshops and considering mediation to create more concrete action plans, policyförslag etc. The main objective is to create a platform for you as young people interested in meeting, few tools, network and then give you the opportunity to act on global health and climate change

Link to this event (where you will also find application) can be found here!

The application is open through Sunday 3 november kl 11.59.

Report from August Meeting 2019 i Taiwan

This report can be read about what IFMSA-Sweden did in August Meeting 2019 i Taiwan. It includes information about the various components of the meeting consists of, and personal experiences and reflections from the 11 delegates.

The Nomination Committee's proposal for IFMSA-Sweden Board 2020


In the autumn, the Nomination Committee has been working to develop a proposal for the next verksamhetsårs National Board! The Nomination Committee has handled applications, held interviews with the candidates and finally arrived at a proposal that will be voted on at the next General Council, which will be held in NH in Örebro 18-20 October.


If you wish motkandidera there is the possibility that up to 21:00 the day before the meeting, namely 18/10. You can submit a motkandidatur an item you already searched, but also to other items. You can motkandidera both to the items where we proposed another person against vacancies.

Motkandidaturer is by this form: https://goo.gl/forms/gG0RvVnSRZVm6wf93

The Nomination Committee's proposals

Matilda Stjernqvist, Skåne
Matilda has long and extensive experience in IFMSA-Sweden and has during this year
sat as Secretary. She burns especially for sustainable commitment and want to
Chairman work to promote mental health in the society. Matilda would also
work to create a good atmosphere on board and support everyone to achieve their goals. Matilda perceived as structured, focused and empathetic. We think she would be an excellent president of IFMSA-Sweden.

Vice-president of internal affairs (VPI)
Nelly Vuong, Linkoping
Nelly has previously started up Winnie the hospital on his lokalort, organized a National Weekend and had been the local president of IFMSA-Linkoping 2019. Nelly perceived as excessive and caring with clear goals for the year. She wants to develop new channels for knowledge sharing for local chairman, example LORF weekend and reorganization of common documents, and think it is important to achieve sustainable commitment and prosperous among local chairman. We recommend Nelly warm to the post of VPI.

Lisa Arvidsson, Skåne
Lisa has this year been the local president of IFMSA-Scania and has also been active in
Genus Group. Lisa burns especially for the environment and wish beside the usual tasks of a General Secretary also review how IFMSA-Sweden working with sustainability. She wants to ensure that the administration of the compound to flow in well so that everyone can focus on their mission. We the committee is convinced that Lisa is an excellent candidate for Secretary General.

Vice-president of external affairs (VPE)
Sonja Winkert, North
Sonja has extensive association experience NPO 2019, Vice-president of IFMSA-North
2018, been instrumental in starting the POP (Mental ill-project) 2016-2018 and external
Coordinator of Kärleksakuten in Umeå 2016. During the past year NPO, she has
participated in the GA and worked on a new policy document on climate change and health. As VPE want Sonja develop IFMSA-Sweden advocacy by producing more view documents, simplify and standardize the process of policy development and improving cooperation with universities. We in the Committee has great confidence Sonja and think she would fit well into the role of VPE.

Sara Blümel, Gothenburg
Sara has for years been a PR manager in IFMSA-Gothenburg but has considerable experience in
other compounds, especially as kåraktiv. Among other things, Sara was project manager for one of the largest health fairs, ALARM, where about 1500 students participated. Sara is perceived as very ambitious, with a huge commitment to the IFMSA and likes to challenge himself. We of the Nomination Committee believes that Sarah would be an excellent candidate for the position of Treasurer.

National head of the working group on sexual and reproductive health and rights (NORA)
Antonella Mazreku, Gothenburg
Antonella is a positive and self-motivated person with great commitment in matters concerning sexual
and reproductive rights. She has experience of international SCORA business,
eg workshops at Fino and EuRegMe and also has been a representative for the project
Sembrando Esperanza, Peru in IFMSA-Gothenburg local board. During the summer 2019 took part
Antonella in IFMSA-Sweden Summer Camp TNT and she now wants to use the knowledge gained from the
to build more capacity in SCORA in Sweden, especially in her heart issues:
postpartum depression, obstetric violence and gender roles in care. the Nomination Committee's
convinced that Antonella will be a valuable addition to IFMSA-Sweden Board 2020.

National head of the working group on human rights and peace (NORP)
Tebin Ahmed Hawez, Skåne
Tebin has long had a keen interest in human rights and to spread knowledge and awareness within the. Tebin include summer research on hypertension in Uganda, participated in TNT Summer Camp, been the responsibility of sponsoring exchanges, made field studies with an NGO in Laos and now sits as vice-chairman of the Disaster Medicine in Skåne. He wanted to make sure Scorp will be even more present in the social media and focus on transparency and to motivate new members. The Nomination Committee believes that Tebin can bring a perspective and believes that he is an excellent candidate for NORP.

Nationally responsible for the Working Group on Public Health (NPO)
Fredrika von Essen, North
Frederica has 2019 served as local chairman of IFMSA-North, where she has had the chance to develop qualities like leadership, time management and delegation, which we believe will be valuable in the office of NPO. Fredrika passionate about public health issues and want to use this to create more opportunities for interested members to get involved, for example through interactive workshops during national holidays, Masterclasses and writing of new policy. We have great confidence that Fredrika would fit very well as NPO.

Nationally responsible for capacity building (NIGHT)
Oskar Pettersson, Skåne
Oskar has previously been involved in Kärleksakuten and now sits as NORA. He is passionate about
the capacity building part of IFMSA and has participated in several trainings and
arranged self workshops. He wants more members to take part of this, including
through better cooperation with the working group responsible in terms of capacity building.
Oskar also want to IFMSA-Sweden will continue to organize more capacity building
events and build on the. We in the Committee has great confidence that Oskar would do a very good job as the NOC.

Nationally responsible for clinical exchanges (NEO-in)
Adeleine Forsberg, Uppsala
Adel Eine has served as NRC-in for the fiscal year 2019 and wish to continue in office for another year in order to create more continuity in exchanges. Her goal for the year is primarily to review the exchange economy, write completed handover template for LEOs and implement UAT (Upon Arrival Training) in accordance with international recommendations IFMSAs. The Nomination Committee believes that there is great value in Adel Eine remains as NRC-in and see her as a highly qualified candidate for the post.

Nationally responsible for clinical exchanges (NEO-out)
Catherine stamp, Skåne
Katarzyna has this past year been like LEO and has been perceived very positively by those
has worked with her. She wants the NRC-out to improve the material for the Pre-Departure Training to the local communities and being a good lawyer for the members of IFMSA-Sweden who go on clinical exchanges. We of the Nomination Committee considers Katarzyna is an excellent candidate for the NRC-out.

Nationally responsible for research exchanges (NORE-in)
Juuso Kuikka, Gothenburg
Juuso has worked as a LEO in Gothenburg during the past year and have experienced it as fun and educational. He was also involved in planning the trip to Finland. He is very
interested in IFMSA-Sweden exchanges and are motivated to support the LEOs
the same way that he feels he has been helped in this role. Juuso has previous experience as treasurer of the SLF in Gothenburg, which has helped him to develop his organizational ability and made him ready to face new challenges. The Nomination Committee believes that Juuso can be a valuable addition in the exchange group and therefore recommend him to NORE-in.

Nationally responsible for research exchanges (NORE-out)
Sara Ebadi, Gothenburg
Sara is passionate about international affairs and research and has a strong commitment to IFMSA. She wants to work to write new contracts with countries we do not yet have a contract with and create a good working relationship with the rest of the exchange group. Sara has previously been the responsibility of sponsorship and also worked as a research assistant. We of the Nomination Committee believes that Sara is a good candidate for NORE-out.

Vice-President for International Affairs (VPIA)
Julia bald eagle, Uppsala
Julia has been involved in IFMSA-Sweden ago 2014 and therefore extensive
experience in IFMSA-Sweden. Under 2017 Julia sat as Secretary of the Board
and since then she has worked as LSU:s UN representative to UNESCO Council. Because of
VPI is a new entry wish Julia develop a framework for how the record should work, create more
transparency on IFMSAs international meetings and to develop tools to help
Association members to use their voices internationally. the Nomination Committee
great confidence in Julia and believes that she is an excellent candidate for VPI.

Nira Nirmalathas, Stockholm
Nira was involved in IFMSA-Sweden during 2014-15 as LorP in Stockholm
PR manager for Scorp Camp. After a period of inactivity from the association she now
resumed their commitment and have a great interest in once again taking IFMSA-Sweden forward. Previously, she was responsible for PR in other compounds, such as exhibition of Young Scientists, Popkoll and Eelam Tamils ​​Union (ADVANTAGE). The Nomination Committee believes that Nira would be an excellent media manager and a valuable resource for the Board.

operations Accountant (two entries)
Maria Juhlin, Örebro
Maria has extensive experience in IFMSA-Sweden – especially as Chairman of the
the year 2019 and the VPI 2017-2018. Mary thus has a great understanding of
association and want to use her knowledge of the association to act as a continuous
support for the president throughout the year, and to improve auditor handover.
The Nomination Committee warmly recommend Maria to business accountant.

Rebecca Skagerström, North
Rebecca has a long involvement in the society as the local president of IFMSA-North
2017, SECRETARY GENERAL 2018 Principal and Media 2019. Rebecca has been very
involved in issues related to IFMSA-Sweden's approach and strategy and possess
Thus great knowledge of the challenges and opportunities that the association faces.
The Nomination Committee has great confidence in Rebecca and believes she can make a very good
job as a business accountant.

Nomination (two entries)
Rebekah Dejby, North
Rebekah has extensive experience in IFMSA-Sweden. She has been NORP 2017,
President 2018 and then also operates auditor 2019. Rebekah has a huge
commitment to IFMSA-Sweden and want to continue to contribute to the association with its extensive
knowledge. The Nomination Committee recommends warm Rebekah Nomination.


financial Accountant
Lena Lindgren (from Wikland Revisionsbyrà AB)

Emma Jaede and Lotta Velin
Nomination for IFMSA-Sweden Board for fiscal year 2020