Issue 27 May 2016
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EPSA Team 2016/2017!

EPSA has a new team for 2016/2017! During the 39th EPSA Annual Congress in Helsinki, the following people were elected to work together for the Association. Congratulations to the newly elected EPSA Team 2016/2017!

President: Catarina Nobre (Portugal)
Vice President of Internal Affairs: Črtomir Fleisinger (Slovenia)

Secretary General: Eva Shannon Schiffrer (Slovenia)
Treasurer: Patrick Jongeleen (The Netherlands)
Vice President of Education: Raluca Radu (Romania)
Vice President of External Relations: Ana Marcelino (Portugal)
Vice President of European Affairs: Jan De Belie (Belgium)
Vice President of Public Relations: Charlotte Jacobs (Belgium)
Immediate Past President: Katarzyna Świderek (Poland)
Parliamentarian: Sara Torgal (Portugal)
Parliamentary Council Member: Lucie Svobodová (Czech Republic)
Audit Committee Member: Marta Simões (Portugal)
Alumni Coordinator: Maja Šerčić (Slovenia)
Training Coordinator: Diogo Piedade (Portugal)
Science Coordinator: Acacia Leong Pik Kay (United Kingdom)
Social Services and Public Health Coordinator: Elena Popa (Romania)
Publications Coordinator: Cláudia Ferreira (Portugal)
Professional Affairs Coordinator: Clara Brandt (Germany)
Mobility Coordinator: Viktoria Jungreithmayr (Austria)
Central IMP Coordinator: Martina Hospodarová (Czech Republic)
Chairperson of the 13th EPSA Autumn Assembly: Cristina Drăgan (Romania)

The EPSA Team for 2016/2017 will only take over full responsibility as of July 2016.

Registrations now open!

The first registration period ends on the  31
st of May!

Hurry up and make the most out of your summer vacations by registering for the 18
th EPSA Summer University in Białystok, Poland!


Mental Health Campaign

During the week of 9th-15th May EPSA and IPSF took on a joint Public Health Campaign on the topic of Mental Health.
An estimated 350 million people of all ages suffer from depression worldwide. Depression can cause the affected person to suffer greatly and function poorly at work, at school and in the family. At its worst, depression can lead to suicide.
EPSA and IPSF launched a challenge named "United Against Depression" to help spread awareness about this disease and fight the stigma that surrounds it!
We want to thank everyone who participated using the #UnitedAgainstDepression and #EPSAIPSFphc on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

Lifelong Learning Programme

The Lifelong Learning Programme provides students with a more structured approach to personal development. The project has at its basis a competency framework which contains skills and attitudes that students can develop in order to excel in their future role as pharmacy professionals.

Through this project students can document their extra-curricular learning, track their progress and reflect upon their learning by filling in the report forms for each of the competencies they are in the process of developing.

Check the link for more information!
EPSA Individual Mobility Project
EPSA Individual Mobility Project is a long term project that gives the opportunity to students in their late years of studies and recent-graduates of pharmacy or pharmaceutical sciences from all European countries (members of EPSA) to gain an additional real-time working and researching experience in any field of pharmaceutical profession before they fully engage themselves into the professional life.

Currently, we have 1 IMP placement available! Click here to learn more!
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