Archive for the ‘Healthcare Education’ Category

Today’s Grads from Uganda, Pakistan, Haiti, South Africa, and Kirksville, MO

Friday, November 20th, 2020 |

  The spirit of Thanksgiving, can you name some advantages that protections against COVID-19 infection have brought into your life? At INMED, the movement toward online learning has opened up participation for our international learners. Case in point: meet today's graduates ...

INMED, India, and the Emmanuel Hospitals

Friday, September 18th, 2020 |

  Emmanuel Hospital Association, EHA, is a network of 21 hospitals and 27 community health projects in northern and central India committed to caring for poor communities irrespective of caste, creed or race. Even today, a high proportion of India‚Äôs population ...

2019 Pittsburgh INMED Professional Certificate Course Grads

Friday, November 22nd, 2019 |

  One element which sets INMED Professional Certificate Courses apart from other global health learning experiences is the qualifications of our faculty. Case in point: the 2019 Pittsburgh PA INMED Professional Certificate Courses in International Medicine, Nursing and Public Health. For ...

East vs. West: Chinese Learn, Serve and More

Friday, May 10th, 2019 |

INMED today is teaching 40 of the brightest, most motivated learners we've ever engaged - and they all live in China. Representing every Chinese province, these healthcare personnel were recommended to us as exceptional. Yesterday I assessed their first Professional ...

INMED And Osteopathy. What’s The Connection?

Friday, December 7th, 2018 |

Osteopathic physicians enjoy a solid reputation for providing continuity and comprehensive primary care, especially in rural communities where other professionals are less inclined to serve. These virtues resonate soundly with some of international health's most highly held principles: wholistic, sustainable ...

Where There Is No Doctor – Angola Day 26

Monday, July 30th, 2018 |

  Pictured here with me are 37 nurse practitioners from the rural clinics associated with Kalukembe Hospital - CEML's sister facility. Many of these health posts are not connected by road, function without electricity, and are chronically short supplied. Yet these ...

Meet Our Future Health Leaders – Angola Day 6

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018 |

  I'm honored to introduce my Angolan medical colleagues: Piedoso and Alberto. They are among the very small number of national medical school graduates, and also among the tiny fraction of these who then choose to serve their low-income compatriots in ...

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 ...

Is ‘Global Health’ The Best Term?

Friday, January 26th, 2018 |

  Imagine this situation: You are a healthcare educator approached by enthusiastic learners who deeply desire opportunities serve the world's poor and marginalized. So, you create a curriculum complete with both core cognitive skills and service participation in your community. The ...

Healthcare Skill Is Just One Generation Deep

Friday, January 5th, 2018 |

  The most remarkable element of my career continues to be my outstanding colleagues, including Jackey Tong in China, Lawand Talal in Iraq, Fred Loper in Shawnee, Oklahoma, and in this photo, Steve Foster in Angola, southern Africa. Each is skilled, ...