Special thanks to the following associations for their co-operation in the promotion/organisation of the course
European Medical Students’ Association
The European Medical Students’ Association - Association Européenne des Étudiants en Médecine (EMSA) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation representing medical students from all across Europe. Founded 1990 in Brussels, it is the only voice of students within the European Medical Organisations. EMSA is recognised by the European Parliament, the European Commission, and the United Nations.
The association provides a platform for high-level advocacy, projects, trainings, workshops and international meetings. Its activities gather around Medical Education, Medical Ethics and Human Rights, Health Policy, Public Health, Medical Science and European Integration and Culture.
EMSA envisions a united and solidary Europe in which medical students actively promote health.
The organisation is committed to ensuring the highest standards of healthcare and medical education in a united Europe where medicine is practised in accordance with the highest ethical principles.
For more information, please visit www.emsa-europe.eu.
Università degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”
The Università degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, formally Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli (SUN), was established in 1991. Located in the provinces of Caserta and Naples, Italy, the first academic year began with about 1900 enrolled students in eight faculties held in five locations. Today the University has grown to over 27,000 students studying in 18 departments. The University’s multi-campus structure has two headquarters: one in Naples and one in Caserta, where the registered office is.
The School of Medicine offers two degree courses in Medicine and Surgery, one with teaching activity in Caserta, the other with didactic activities at the Polyclinic of Naples. The Naples headquarter is the former faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Naples where there is also the Museum of Human Anatomy.
For more information, please visit www.unina2.it.
MUSA - University Museum of Arts and Sciences
The MUSA - Vanvitelli University Museum System - manages, promotes and protects the scientific and cultural heritage of the University.
The Centre aims at reviewing the traditional concept of museum, moving from the idea of a mere exhibition area towards a more dynamic concept of conservation, development and socio-cultural enrichment.
The MUSA is organised into different sections, such as the Anatomy section with the rich, prestigious and well-known collection of the Anatomy Museum. Other areas of the Museum are Pharmacology, Stomatology, Bibliography and the Artistic division.
For more information, please visit MUSA.