Archive for July, 2020

Earn the Master’s Degree in International Health (MIH)

Friday, July 31st, 2020 |

  What is the very best preparation for a healthcare career serving people who are low-income or cross-cultural? I would argue that the premier training is a service-learning experience supervised by an engaged, inspiring mentor. Under the guidance of a genuine role model, a learner can master both the nuances of professional practice and the […]

Meet Kerrie Flynn – INMED Master’s in International Health (MIH) Learner

Friday, July 24th, 2020 |

  “In Mexico we built a COVID-19 field hospital and developed COVID management protocols for Central American migrants – all the while continuing daily health clinics and ongoing monitoring for COVID in the refugee settlements,” reports Kerrie Flynn, family nurse practitioner with the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Global Health.   Kerrie is an energetic […]

Meet Khalid Eddahiri – INMED Master’s in International Health Candidate

Friday, July 17th, 2020 |

  “How can international aid organizations better respond to human catastrophes, like what is unfolding at this moment in Yemen?” Khalid Eddahiri, United Nations Medical Officer and INMED Master’s in International Health (MIH) candidate, is tackling this compelling question for his MIH scholarly project. And what a virtuous undertaking! Today, more than 20 million people […]

2020 INMED Award Winners!

Friday, July 3rd, 2020 |

  The history of healthcare for the forgotten is highlighted by professionals who inspire their colleagues toward similar service. The Institute for International Medicine is honored to continue this effective tradition by announcing annual recipients of the INMED Awards. Browse their bios, read of their achievements, and be encouraged to follow their examples!   INMED […]