Mäster is awarded a teacher who performs the education in a personal and committed way, or has initiated lasting improvements of the education.
Anna-Klara has an amazing ability to capture the student’s interest. Her personal touch on education really pays off, and her joy and passion for education constantly shines through.
Anna-Klara is also a friend of the students in other ways. She’s an incredible support for the students when they want to influence their education, as she makes sure that are heard, and always gives feedback on previous changes. Anna-Klara is a living example of how a good collaboration between teacher and student is supposed to be.
Therefore Medicinska Föreningens Educational council considers Anna-Klara Rundlöf, at the department of laboratory medicine, well deserved of the award Mäster.
Doris teaches clinical chemistry at Södersjukhuset and Danderyds hospital. She teaches this with never-ending energy and joy. She’s built her education around real cases and thereby makes even the most complicated tests both logical and exciting!
That Doris loves students is undeniable, and maybe that’s why Doris has been a part of the Student council at Södersjukhuset for many years. Doris has created a forum for students to directly influence their study environment and education at a hospital outside of KIs main campuses. It’s unlikely that generations of medical students would have given the education at Södersjukhuset and Danderyd such high praise, if it weren’t for Doris.
Therefore Medicinska Föreningens Educational council considers Doris Lund-Egloff, at the department of laboratory medicine (but active at Danderyds hospital and Södersjukhuset), well deserved of the award Mäster.