Early Career Subcommittee

The Early Career Group activities are coordinated by the recently formed Early Career Subcommittee within EFIM.

These are the inaugural subcommittee members:

 

Alberto Tosoni - Rome, Italy

 

Frauke Weidanz - Edinburgh, Scotland (Subcommittee Chair)

Frauke is a Consultant in Acute Internal Medicine and Critical Care in Edinburgh, having  completed postgraduate training in Acute Internal Medicine, General Internal Medicine and Intensive Care Medicine in 2016.  She has been involved in EFIM activities for many  years and previously served as Chair fo the EFIM Young Internists Group. Her interests include teaching and training, communication skills and workplace culture as well as end of life decision making.     

 

 

Gemma Ortiz - Barcelona, Spain

Gemma Ortiz finished her studies at  the Universitat autònoma de Barcelona in 2012 and completed training in General Internal Medicine in 2018. She currently works as a general internal medicine specialist and emergency medicine physician at  the Hospital de Terrassa. Her main interests are in autoimmune diseases and in education, teaching in Fundació Universitària del Bages - Manresa University. As a representative of Spanish Young Internists she joined European Young Internists’ group in 2017.                                                        

 

 

Ieva Ruza - Riga, Latvia                                                                                                                                                                      

                                                                                                                                                                                        

 

 

 

 

Matthias Raspe - Berlin, Germany  

Internal Medicine Specialist since 2016, subspecialty training in respiratory medicine since 2016

Interests: Respiratory Medicine (especially lung cancer, pulmonary hypertension, invasive/non-invasive mechanical ventilation), communication, medical training, education, quality of care, stress factors of physicians