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Welcome

Thank you for joining INMED on this exploration of insights, experiences, and knowledge. Our passion for improving health worldwide extends beyond the borders of nations, reaching communities, and especially those most in need.

Explore the rich tapestry of our blogs, each a unique voice contributing to the global conversation on international medicine and public health. Here’s what you’ll discover:

🌍 Diverse Perspectives: Our blogs showcase a diverse range of perspectives, experiences, and insights from healthcare professionals, students, and contributors around the world.

📰 Latest Updates: Stay informed about the latest in global health with our regularly updated posts. From in-depth analyses to real-life stories, there’s always something new to discover.

🌟 INMED in Action: Experience our organization’s impact in real-time. Explore stories, photos, and videos that bring our initiatives and projects to life, showcasing the tangible results of our collective efforts.

🎓 Current Students: Hear directly from our student bloggers as they share their experiences, challenges, and triumphs in service-learning.

👩‍💻 INMED Staff: Gain insights from our staff as they provide a behind-the-scenes look at our initiatives, expertise, and the passion that drives our commitment to global health.

🤝 Alumni Stories: Meet the trailblazers who have emerged from our programs, making a difference in the global health landscape. Their stories inspire and exemplify the impact of education and dedication.

Join us as we bridge gaps, break barriers, and foster a global community dedicated to better health for all. Together, we’re creating a space where knowledge, compassion, and action converge.

Thank you for being a part of our global health journey!

Respectfully,

Nicholas Comninellis, MD, MPH, DIMPH
INMED President & Professor

Welcome

Thank you for joining INMED on this exploration of insights, experiences, and knowledge. Our passion for improving health worldwide extends beyond the borders of nations, reaching communities, and especially those most in need.

Explore the rich tapestry of our blogs, each a unique voice contributing to the global conversation on international medicine and public health. Here’s what you’ll discover:

🌍 Diverse Perspectives: Our blogs showcase a diverse range of perspectives, experiences, and insights from healthcare professionals, students, and contributors around the world.

📰 Latest Updates: Stay informed about the latest in global health with our regularly updated posts. From in-depth analyses to real-life stories, there’s always something new to discover.

🌟 INMED in Action: Experience our organization’s impact in real-time. Explore stories, photos, and videos that bring our initiatives and projects to life, showcasing the tangible results of our collective efforts.

🎓 Current Students: Hear directly from our student bloggers as they share their experiences, challenges, and triumphs in service-learning.

👩‍💻 INMED Staff: Gain insights from our staff as they provide a behind-the-scenes look at our initiatives, expertise, and the passion that drives our commitment to global health.

🤝 Alumni Stories: Meet the trailblazers who have emerged from our programs, making a difference in the global health landscape. Their stories inspire and exemplify the impact of education and dedication.

Join us as we bridge gaps, break barriers, and foster a global community dedicated to better health for all. Together, we’re creating a space where knowledge, compassion, and action converge.

Thank you for being a part of our global health journey!

Respectfully,

Nicholas Comninellis, MD, MPH, DIMPH
INMED President & Professor

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Current Student
Barry Bacon

CEML Hospital - Angola

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Nicholas Comninellis MD, MPH, DIMPH

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Selected Alumni
Cheryl Dalton

Clinica Esperanza – Honduras

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Why Go To An In-Person Conference Anymore?

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With virtual conferences the norm since 2020, why bother with traveling in-person to such events? The question is compelling because […]

Continue Reading

Fighting The Diseases Of Poverty

February 9, 2024

David Livingston, one of the 1800’s most beloved personalities, is best remembered as an explorer. He was the first person […]

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Eradication of HIV on May 30!

January 26, 2024

Eradication of HIV? In the 1980s, 90s, and 2000s, who would’ve imagined this possibility? Yet with very recent advancements in […]

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AllLow-Resource Healthcare PearlsInternational Public HealthDisaster Management

Danger Of Epidemiology

May 31, 2024

With no measles nearby, the vaccine is not necessary.  The Spanish flu began in Spain. Healthy adults must drink eight […]

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“How can I serve in Gaza?!”

March 29, 2024

180 women give birth each day in Gaza. Save the Children projects 15% of them experience birth complications: bleeding, infection, […]

Continue Reading

Fighting The Diseases Of Poverty

February 9, 2024

David Livingston, one of the 1800’s most beloved personalities, is best remembered as an explorer. He was the first person […]

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AllCross-Cultural Healthcare PearlsHealthcare Education

Do International Health Credentials Really Matter?

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  “You plan to work in Africa?” questioned the health education professional at my interview. His tone was decidedly skeptical. […]

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Who Is The 2021 International Healthcare Preceptor Award Recipient?

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  This award recognizes individuals who are making an important impact in training of the next generation of international healthcare volunteers. Through […]

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Why Empower Others With Your Hard Earned Skills?

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  Progress in health requires skilled personnel who will multiply into others their knowledge and experience. This principle is also […]

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