Opportunity for those who’s currently lives in Europe.
From: Katrina Perehudoff [mailto:[email protected]]
Subject: FW: Attention students: Win a chance to present at the HAI Europe annual meeting
Dear colleagues from Pharmaceutical Policy Winter Meeting,
Health Action International (HAI) Europe is holding a essay competition
on medicines policy for students and recent graduates. If possible,
could you please circulate the announcement below to those interested in
Apologies for any cross-posting.
Health Action International, Europe
Essay Competition for Students
Win a chance to present at the HAI Europe Annual Meeting
Health Action International (HAI) Europe is sponsoring an essay
competition open to residents in Europe who are in, or have completed,
full-time higher education in the last eight years. The essay should
focus on one of the principle areas of HAI Europe’s policy work:
Rational use of medicines
Access to essential medicines
Democratisation of medicines’ policy
Winning entries will be selected by a panel of referees and announced at
the end of June. There is (limited) funding available to cover the costs
(travel, hotel, entry visa) for the winner to attend the autumn Annual
General Meeting of the HAI Europe Association in Amsterdam, the
Netherlands. The winner will attend the two-day meeting and make a short
presentation based on their essay (exact date and venue to be
determined). Winning essays will also be posted on the HAI website.
Essays must be written in English, double-spaced, and be between 1500
and 2000 words. The deadline for submission is 31 May 2010. Please send
the essay with your completed Application Form
10.doc> and Conflict of Interest form to Mrs. Rose de Groot, at
Good luck and we hope to see you in the autumn!
Health Action International (HAI) Europe
1054 HK Amsterdam
Tel: +31 20 683 3684
Health Action International (HAI) is an independent, global network
working to increase access to essential medicines and improve their
rational use through research excellence and evidence-based advocacy.
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