Archive for August, 2016

INMED’s 25th International Medicine And Public Health Course

Friday, August 19th, 2016 |

  A dearth of accessible international health academic resources existed when we launched INMED in 2003. Sure, one who attend the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. But this required tens of thousands of dollars, plus six months living in the UK. Therefore, one of our first INMED priorities was to create quality, low-cost, […]

INMED Counts By The Numbers

Friday, August 12th, 2016 |

  We at INMED are all about personal accounts. We emphasize stories both of people in great need who are assisted with compassion and expertise, and people whose lives are transformed through personal sacrifice and service on behalf of our world’s most impoverished. Just consider for a moment the experience of Scott Biggerstaff, INMED student […]

Teaching Excels Your Profession

Friday, August 5th, 2016 |

  Does teaching help health-care professionals be better practitioners? Subjectively, most would agree this is true. But until now, few studies have provided a research basis for this assertion.   Research recently published in Medical Teacher set out to test this proposition using multi-source feedback (MSF) from large groups of diverse healthcare professionals. MSF data […]