2015 INMED Butterfield United States Public Health Class
June 26th, 2015 by INMED
Introducing the 2015 INMED Butterfield United States Public Health Class. Throughout June and July these learners are participating in the INMED United States Public Health Hybrid Course, with their daily service-learning clinical experience at Oklahoma City Christian safety net clinics: Good Shepherd Clinic, Open Arms Clinic, and Crossing Community Clinic. The academic subjects INMED provides include the weighty ones of Community and Personal Health Assessment, Cross-Cultural Skills, Immigrant Health, Health Literacy, Community Development, Mental Health/Substance Abuse, Spiritual Care, Healthcare Systems, and Financing Healthcare.
This learning experience will qualify them to receive to INMED United States Public Health Diploma. The Butterfield Memorial Foundation in Oklahoma City provides financial support for this opportunity as part of their initiative to inspire a growing number of healthcare students to seriously consider career service to marginalized people. Are you considering a similar calling? INMED would be pleased to speak with you.