INMED’s 25th International Medicine And Public Health Course

August 19th, 2016 by INMED

matt-cook

 

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, readily accessible academic learning opportunities to complement the field experiences we already offered in developing nations.

 

First we introduced the INMED Self-Paced Courses in the major global health subjects. Under Micah Flint’s inspiration we consolidated these into the comprehensive INMED International Medicine & Public Health Course, launched in 2009. Since then, some 450 individuals have earned the INMED Academic Qualification in International Public Health or the INMED Academic Qualification in International Medicine & Public Health. And, the courses are now available at academic centers in Los Angeles, Long Island, Pittsburgh, Kansas City, Dallas/Fort Worth, and China.

 

Monday begins our 25th offering of the INMED International Medicine & Public Health Course, hosted by AT Still University at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. Matt Cook was a student in the 2015 course, and via Facebook penned this glowing recommendation for his classmates. Thanks Matt!

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