My name is Stefanie Moser and I live in Gastein. I did an internship at the International Forum Gastein for four weeks in my summer holidays. In fall 2016, my last year at the Handelsakademie in Sankt Johann starts. With the internship, I hoped to get some experience for my further working life and it was also to help me with the decision between working or studying in the future.
The time at the International Forum Gastein was interesting and exciting. My tasks were varied, from sending letters to data processing, or preparing some of the “extras” you will find around the conference venue at the EHFG 2016: I made the “Food for Thought” and “Choose your Drink” boards – it was my little personal project. Continue reading
My name is Max Göttl and I will support the EHFG team from now on as a student assistant. I am responsible for the administration and maintenance of the European Health Forum Gastein Website and its content management.
I’m studying computer science at the University of Salzburg. Before that I studied media and computer science at the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich.
I am really looking forward to my upcoming tasks and hope to become a part of the development of Healthcare and its national and international role.
Our offices are closed until 7th January 2015. The social media department will also take a break during this time. See you next year!
My name is Katharina Nemluwil and I will support the EHFG-Team as a student assistant while finishing my master’s degree at the University of Applied Sciences in Salzburg. I’m currently studying MultiMediaArt-Master focusing on Management and Producing. Due to my deep interest in health policy, it’s a great pleasure for me to improve my organisational and analytical skills in this field.
“Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.”
This quotation of Winston S. Churchill absolutely represents the importance of a fundamental health policy in each country. Therefore, I’m very honoured to be part of an organisation that offers a platform to discuss European and global health issues.
I’m looking forward to broadening my professional horizon in such a vivid and pleasant working atmosphere and cannot wait to be part of the following European Health Forums in Bad Hofgastein.
My name is Josef Wenninger and I am the new addition to the European Health Forum Gastein team. I will be supporting the team as project manager for the Young Forum Gastein project and the South East European Health Network while Louise Boyle is on maternity leave from mid November 2014. Additionally, I will be responsible for the cooperation with EU institutions and other stakeholders.
I have a MSc degree in Conflict Resolution and Governance and a Magister degree in Political Sciences. I have been fortunate to gather experience in a wide range of fields including work within the European Parliament, the Austrian Foreign Ministry and the NGO sector in the Middle East. Now I am happy to return to my hometown Salzburg and to dedicate myself to new tasks within an important international platform for health policy.
Working for such a crucial international forum makes me proud and I am very much looking forward to working in the field of health. I will do all I can to ensure the continuous success of the EHFG!