Whatever I Have To Offer In Congo
Friday, April 24th, 2015 |
Marta Klein is a physician assistant from Salina, Kansas, who in the fall of 2013 joined INMED for the International Medicine & Public Health Intensive Course. Since 2010 she is a volunteer with the Evangelical Covenant Church in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Marta writes, “I have training that is supposed to help, […]
Test And Treat – The Future Of HIV Control?
Friday, April 17th, 2015 |
While HIV disease is relatively controlled in wealthier nations, the threat and suffering from HIV continues to be devastating throughout much of our world. One intriguing potential intervention for eliminating HIV from high endemic regions is know as “Test And Treat.” In short, this approach is to provide wide access to voluntary testing and […]
PharmD From INMED To Indian Health
Friday, April 10th, 2015 |
“One thing’s for sure, my courses and experiences with INMED played a huge role in selecting me over other candidates that were interviewed for this highly competitive position. I’m forever grateful for that.” Joseph Muroka was a pharmacy student at the University of Missouri-Kansas City when he applied for the Diploma in International Medicine […]
What Is The Difference Between Mother Teresa And You?
Friday, April 3rd, 2015 |
On March 13 I described the New York Times article by editor Nicholas Kristof about Steve Foster, tirelessly serving Angolans in that nation for the last thirty-seven years. What’s the difference between Mother Teresa, you, Foster, or any number of others? Thousands of dedicated individuals are persevering, often at great personal cost, in effective […]