Dr. Bhatia's Medical Coaching Institute
Dr.Bhatia’s Medical Coaching Institute (DBMCI) is a collective of leading educationists, with vast experience in teaching thousands of aspirants of PG Entrance examinations since 1996. DBMCI is the first centre in the entire India to start classes for PG Entrance Exam (PGEE). The experience, expertise and in-depth understanding of examination trends in the past gives DBMCI the expertises to guide students through the challenges of medical exams. DBMCI, the pioneer in this field, has expanded its wings to every corner in India.
The vision of DBMCI lies in providing quality education in the easiest possible way, which can motivate the spirits of even an average student in developing the conviction that ‘I CAN ALSO DO IT AND I WILL DO IT’. DBMCI recognizes each student is different and offers a unique approach tailored to their needs.
Association of Medical Doctors of Asia (AMDA)
It is an international organization dedicated to realizing a peaceful world community through humanitarian efforts in the medical health care sector. Founded in Okayama City, Japan, in 1984, AMDA is a non-governmental, non-profit organization with an international network of 30 chapters and 47 collaborating organizations around the world.
AMDA provides emergency medical aid to people affected by natural as well as man-made disasters. With its special strength in the medical and health sectors, AMDA also implements mid- to long-term social development projects helping people in their community-building process. AMDA has worked in more than 50 countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Europe in collaboration with governments, UN agencies, such as UNHCR, WHO, WFP, UNOCHA, and other specialized agencies and institutions.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN),
It was established on 8 August 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand, with the signing of the ASEAN Declaration (Bangkok Declaration) . ASEAN, a geo-political and economic organization currently has 10 member states, they are of Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philipppines, Singapore, Thailand, and Viet Nam.
Its aims include accelerating economic growth, social progress, cultural development among its members, protection of regional peace and stability, and opportunities for member countries to discuss differences peacefully. There are 4 major departments within ASEAN: Political-Security Community, Economic Community, Socio-Cultural Community and External Relations
European Medical Students’ Association (EMSA)
in an organisation advocating and representing the voice of all medical students from Europe. Founded in 1991, EMSA is an organization created by enthusiastic medical students providing a communication platform for all medical students around the world. They aim to provide social opportunities for fellow members and to improve the quality of education and healthcare by sharing knowledge between European medical students.There will be collaborations between AMSA and EMSA coming up so please stay tuned to hear about the upcoming exchange programme!
Wolters Kluwer provides trusted clinical technology and evidence-based solutions that engage clinicians, patients, researchers, students, and the next generation of healthcare providers.
With a focus on clinical effectiveness, research and learning, safety and surveillance, and interchangeability and data intelligence, our proven solutions drive effective decision-making and consistent outcomes across the continuum of care.
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Asia-Pacific Dental Students' Association (ADPSA)
is the brainchild of the Asia–Pacific Dental Federation (APDF) and it was formed since 1968. Besides, APDSA serves as a platform for the dental students from across the Asia Pacific Region to connect and unite as one, while expanding their social circle.
The first APDSA annual congress was launched in 1969. Over 400 students, professors and graduate doctors from more than 13 countries in the region attend this congress each year, with hosting of the congress rotated among st member countries. Moreover, APDSA provides a variety of programmed for the Asian Pacific dental students annually, such as lend-a-hand project, idem-apdsa students leadership programmer, scientific research competition, physiologic quiz, soap carving competition, APDSJ and others. Through these activities, the APDSA members can learn and understand more about the future prospects and fields in dentistry which is ever changing and transforming.
Asian Law Students' Association (ALSA)
is an international consortium of over 12,000 law students and alumni located in 16 countries all over Asia namely Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Singapore. Formally established in 2002, the Association is a merger between the previous ASEAN law students association, as well as the East Asian law students association, which were two student bodies that had similar goals of fostering stronger ties and greater understanding of the different legal systems among its member Asian countries. Recognizing their common goals, as well as the ever increasing onset of globalization in the region, these two associations signed an agreement in 2002, thus forming ALSA into the organization that is known to be today.
ALSA International serves as the umbrella organization of its 16 national chapters and 2 observer group, who are recognized as autonomous entities tasked to represent ALSA within their country’s national borders. This structure allows each national chapter to meet the unique needs of its members while maintaining access to an international network of academic and organizational resources.
Children Rights & You
According to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Children – that India ratified in 1992 – all children are born with fundamental rights.
- Right to Survival – to life, health, nutrition, name, nationality
- Right to Development – to education, care, leisure, recreation, cultural activities
- Right to Protection – from exploitation, abuse, neglect
- Right to Participation – to expression, information, thought, religion
And a right to achieve these dreams. Even though India’s children account for more than one-third of its population, their interests have never been given priority. And their rights have been violated every single day.
CRY has compiled some statistics on the situation of children in India. This is based on our experience of working on a range of children’s issues across India. The statistics are grim. What is worse is that very little is known of what it means to be part of such horrific numbers. The task before us is huge and we at CRY believe that for real change to happen, every member of our society should take responsibility to change the lives of these children permanently.
While the reality in India may be far from ideal, we at CRY believe that every child has a right to dream.
If you would like to know more about the situation of underprivileged children in India please, do get in touch with us at email@example.com. We will be more than happy to help you.
Kaplan is one of the world’s largest and most diverse education providers. Throughout our more than 80-year history, Kaplan has been a beacon for expanding educational access and a leader in instructional innovation.
Kaplan preps high school students for the SAT so they can enter college and become teachers or engineers or whatever they dream. We help doctors and nurses, lawyers and financial advisors pass their licensing tests. We help adult learners return to college to earn a degree. We enable global educational experiences through language study and study abroad programs. We provide professional training to improve employees’ productivity and opportunities for career advancement.
Kaplan has a long history and deep experience providing educational services to colleges and universities across the globe. These take the form of university pathway programs, international student recruitment, university hosting, residential design and an array of student support services.
A group of medical students were finishing up their final exams. This group, made up of colleagues, friends and study partners, found themselves spending more time on researching medical information than they did on studying it. Accustomed to spending hours compiling data from multiple sources (e.g., textbooks, lecture notes and Dr. Google), they wanted to find a way to shift the focus back to actually practicing medicine and not just searching for answers. Why wasn’t there a single, comprehensive medical study platform that could serve as a reference-based resource and an exam prep tool? This team of young doctors, inspired by their own experiences, wanted to help future physicians navigate the journey to their degree with ease. Thus, AM-BOSS was born.
Today, more than 95% of German medical students use AMBOSS as their primary exam resource, and tens of thousands more in the United States and globally use AMBOSS as a clinical companion, exam preparation tool and comprehensive study guide.
Short of scrubbing in, JOMI is the best way to observe surgeries.
Journal of Medical Insight (https://jomi.com) is a peer-reviewed surgical video journal / virtual operating theatre. The goal of JOMI is to improve healthcare by creating a window into the practice of the best surgeons around the world.
JOMI films and publishes surgical procedures offering extensive, high-quality, surgeon-narrated didactic experiences. JOMI is used by residents, attendings, medical students, surgical technologists, clinical staff, patients, and others around the world to help them prepare for cases, learn about novel advancements, and otherwise to have a deep and rich learning experience.
JOMI has published surgeons operating at Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Charite Hospital (in Berlin), Duke Medical Center, Rothman Institute, and many others and, at present, primarily focuses on general surgery, orthopaedics, orthopaedic trauma, neurosurgery, and head and neck surgery.
ACE give International Medical Graduates (IMGs) and International Medical Students (IMSs) access to clinical training opportunities in the United States to gain experience and be in the position to earn teaching-hospital letters of recommendations based on performance. Our company’s program, co-designed with IMGs, offers hands-on medical opportunities in collaboration with top doctors and hospitals. Hospital-letterhead LORS are the #1 priority to result in more residency interviews during Match season.
AME value transparency — we are a “student-friendly” company, priding ourselves on the overall quality of the programs and customer service. Please inquire for testimonials to see what this means.
Find out more about AME organization, mission, methods, and the results of our assistance.
New remote research opportunities are available with preceptors affiliated at Yale-New Haven Hospital (Connecticut), NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Hospital (Queens, New York), and Cedars Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles).
Our mission is to empower the world’s clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible.
Ryan Haynes and Shiv Gaglani started building Osmosis as medical students at Johns Hopkins.
Outside of the classroom, they knew there had to be a better way to learn medicine more effectively. What began as a tool to help Shiv, Ryan, and their classmates has transformed into the Osmosis of today, a comprehensive platform that helps people around the world understand health more thoroughly.