Archive for May, 2018

Nathaniel Uhl – Living The Dream

Friday, May 25th, 2018 |

  Many healthcare professionals are enamored with the dream of serving forgotten people. Yet relatively few ultimately make this their career tract. Nathaniel Uhl, RN, is one of these few.   Last month he returned from a service stent at Mushili Health Center in Zambia, where he completed qualifications for the INMED Diploma in International […]

Royal Wedding & Princess Diana’s Final Days

Friday, May 18th, 2018 |

  The world tomorrow witnesses another royal wedding, with its majestic charm and exuberant happiness. Multitudes of people will feel inspired by the spectacle, sensing that perhaps in spite of our world’s devastating pain, true love does exist and good wins out over evil.   In this light, it’s timely to remember the final days […]

Outcomes Of INMED Learning

Friday, May 11th, 2018 |

  Since 2004, some 850 individuals have completed an INMED Diploma, or its equivalent, in International Medicine, International Nursing, or International Public Health. These represent serious investments into both didactic learning via online and in-classroom experience, and service learning via hands-on experience in low-resource communities around the globe.   But beyond the simple graduate statistics, […]

INMED for Pharmacists, Nurses, and Undergrads, too

Friday, May 4th, 2018 |

  “I dream of serving the world’s most poor, but I’m a pharmacist. What could I do?” Actually, the world is filled with opportunities for pharmacists. Your special skills in designing and utilizing disease/syndrome management protocols can lend order to the often-chaotic world of low-resource healthcare. Your experience in healthcare safety monitoring can catch the […]