The IPHCC 2023 Student Taskforce is an extraordinary opportunity for ambitious students who are eager to make a lasting impact on the field. This initiative aims to bring together a select group of exceptional healthcare students and new graduates who share a deep passion and unwavering interest in primary care and research. This unique platform will allow the students to unleash their creativity, expand their knowledge, and truly make a difference in primary care.

As a member of the IPHCC 2023 Student Taskforce, students will gain unparalleled access to a network of renowned experts and mentors in the field of primary care. These mentors will serve as guides on your journey, providing invaluable insights, support, and encouragement. Their expertise and skills will enhance your personal and professional growth, empowering you to become a future leader in health care.


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The student taskforce is a selected group of healthcare students (and graduates) who exhibit an interest in primary care and research. These students are expected to always assist with basic duties and support conference participants and organizers. The STF members will be given the opportunity to attend the conference for free in exchange for their active involvement and contributions, and IPHCC will also offer support for the presentation of their chosen abstract as a poster or oral presentation. As a member of this esteemed taskforce, students will have the chance to shape the future of healthcare by actively contributing to the advancement of primary care and fostering a vibrant and engaged student community. All healthcare students who are currently in full-time education in any one of the following disciplines in Qatar (Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, Nursing, Physiotherapy any other) and new graduates are welcome!

One of the most exciting aspects of the IPHCC Student Taskforce is the opportunity to actively contribute to the organization of international conferences, symposiums, and workshops focused on primary care. This hands-on involvement will not only enhance students' organizational and leadership skills but also provide a platform to showcase your own research and ideas.


  • Current health care student (Year 2-6) or new graduates
  • Interest in learning about Primary Health Care and research
  • Have an abstract for Oral or Poster presentation to submit to IPHCC
  • Motivation and enthusiasm for working in interprofessional teams
  • Excellent communication and team working skills
  • Future plans for the use of the experience gained