Armenian Association of Young Doctors was founded in 2013.
The main goal is to bring together young, smart and knowledgeable doctors for general interests. The scope of activities of AAYD includes building contacts between young doctors of Armenia, protecting doctors’ rights and interests, organizing regular meetings to discuss and solve actual problems of medicine and healthcare system of Republic of Armenia. In addition, AAYD aspires to cooperate with other national and international non-governmental organizations with similar goals and purposes.
DSON was created to work for the highest possible standards of ethical behavior and healthcare by doctors. It is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit making professional association of the medical doctors of Nepal. DSON strives for enhancing the quality of the health care that will best serve our people. DSON provides a forum for its members to communicate freely, to co-operate actively, to achieve professional competence, and to promote the professional security.
Global Medicine is a magazine about global health, written for and by medical students and young doctors. It was founded in 2004 by the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations-The Netherlands to raise awareness about global health among medical students. Global Medicine’s goal is to inform students and young professionals about news, research and opinions in the field of global health, to encourage them to get involved in this field and to be part of the next generation of global health workers. Also, Global Medicine gives a chance to young people to write and publish articles in an international magazine. Global Medicine is published three times a year and is available online.
The Hellenic Medical Students’ International Committee (HelMSIC) is an independent society, non-profitable and non-governmental organization, founded in 1958 by medical students with the main goal to sensitize and activate medical students to public health, medical education, healthcare of refugees and vulnerable social groups, establishment of global peace, prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. The Memorandum of Understanding between WYDO and HelMSIC specifically focuses on the collaboration on the Residency Database.
The Lifebox Foundation is a global health charity working to make surgery safer in low-resource countries. More than 70,000 operating rooms worldwide lack access to essential monitoring and safety checks, and life-saving surgery can become life-threatening. Lifebox distributes environment-appropriate pulse oximeters and training the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist to support a long-term improvement in the safety and quality of surgical care in more than 90 countries. The MAKE IT 0® campaign tells stories from the frontline of global surgery and more information about how young doctors can get involved is available on their website. Lifebox is co-founded by leading medical organisations and chaired by world-renowned surgeon and author Professor Atul Gawande.
PROMISE aspires to set and break through frontiers of humane mental health care and eliminate reliance on force. The global knowledge network for proactive care that is led by Cambridge, Yale, Brisbane, Prague and Cape Town will help organisation learn from each other and make rapid strides on the improvement journey. The core values underpinning PROMISE are:
Care: Caring response to all distress
Courage: Courage to challenge the status quo
Coproduce: Coproduce novel solutions
Russian National Internet Society for Internist is a Russian autonomous noncommercial organization, a priority of which is the provision of quality services for the organization and holding of seminars and conferences covering current problems (national and international) in the field of medicine.
The aim of the Section of young scientists to provide assistance to students and young scientists to increase scientific and professional level. This section reckons more than 500 participants from Russia and other countries.
The NCD Alliance uses targeted advocacy and outreach to ensure that NCDs are recognized as a major cause of poverty, a barrier to economic development, and a global emergency. This is done by working with a wide range of partners and organizations, speaking with a united voice at international meetings, mobilizing the 2,000 organizations in our network, producing the latest policy work on NCDs and building the evidence base, convening expert working groups on a range of topics, and pressing governments to recognize that NCDs are a global development priority requiring an urgent response.
The NCD Alliance works with many partners that share a common interest in improving the lives of people living with NCDs and addressing their risk factors.
More than 250 health and development organizations worldwide have officially declared their support for the HIFA vision: “A world where every person and every health worker will have access to the healthcare information they need to protect their own health and the health of those for whom they are responsible”.