MSAI-India is India’s first and largest internationally represented medical students’ organization, comprising over 20,000 medical students across the country. It is a non-government organization of, for and by medical students of India registered in New Delhi under the Societies Act in 2014.
As an organisation, MSAI strives to provide its members with numerous opportunities to become global health leaders of today and tomorrow. Ever since its inception, MSAI has spread its wings to the farthest corners of the country and continues to do so even today. We span over 26 states and 5 union territories in India, as of today and have touched the lives of over 2,10,000 people in communities in India through our on-going activities!
With this online activity we aim to raise awareness about the Queer community especially the Transgender individuals among medical students, address the discrimination they face, barriers they face in accessing healthcare and how to be inclusive healthcare providers.
The Activity is a collaboration between SCOME and SCORA and aims to make Medical and Paramedical students aware about the importance of Detailed Sexual history taking
To empower medical students and to equip them with the accurate information regarding different contraceptives by busting the common myths surrounding contraception. The online campaign was conducted in the form of interactive Whatsapp group discussions focusing on disseminating information, debunking myths, allaying fears and eradicating discrimination and stigma surrounding contraception.
An initiative by MSAI-UNESCO Bioethics Unit to to create empathetic, ethical and overall better equipped healthcare professionals, laying the foundation of an improved healthcare system.
Violence against doctors is not a new phenomenon. However, since the declaration of COVID-19 pandemic by WHO, reports of doctors facing violence are making headlines around the world. Through this activity, we aim to generate awareness among the non medical fraternity about this pressing issue and create a harmonious healthcare system where both patients and medical professionals receive the utmost quality of services and care
An online webinar on importance of research in a student s life and a brief introduction to research methodology followed by paper presentation by our motivated members.
This activity aims to raise awareness about Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights among adolescents on the occasion of SRHR awareness day (12th February). SRHR is a combination of 4 very distinct yet intersecting fields that we work on - Sexual Health, Reproductive Health, Sexual Rights and Reproductive Rights. Come join us in this celebration and help us raise awareness!
'Medical Students Association of India (MSAI) is India’s first and largest nationally and internationally represented medical students organization. Ever since its inception, MSAI has spread its wings to the farthest corners of the country and continues to do so. To meet the team that makes this happen, check out our Instagram page!'
Your more interesting Inbox awaits! Launching the MSAI Bulletin: A roundup of your opportunities in MSAI. A regular email update for our members to keep up with the amazing new MSAI initiatives
One day is not enough to appreciate our doctors, who have a Heart of Gold and Soul of a lion, a true warrior! On this National Doctors Day, we at MSAI stand with all the doctors working day and night and we salute their efforts for carrying the load of the whole Nation on their shoulders. Check out our Instagram to see a small tribute from our side!
MSAI was in Kerala! MSAI attended AFPICON Kerala on the 18th and 19th of January this year. The engagement was a fruitful one, with discussions to engage more medical students in family medicine and primary care.
MSAI organized multiple workshops in ‘The City Beautiful: Chandigarh’ on 31st January 2020. We conducted the following workshops, designed and implemented by internationally certified trainers: 1. Human Rights for Medical Practitioners ( HRMP ) workshop 2. Introduction to Bioethics and Medical Ethics (Bioethics 101 ) 3. Soft Skills , Leadership and Management ( SLAM ) workshop
MSAI India won the Best Student Medical Organisation Award at the IHPA Awards! We owe this award to our members, their passion,hard work and everything in between. We can proudly say we have made a difference, together!
A week long online fest with six carefully designed workshops, 10+ webinars hosted by eminent personalities and various online competitions! MedFest had an outreach of over 3500+ students pan India and we received an overwhelming response from all our participants.