Archive for June, 2017

Once Visitor, Now Vision Caster – INMED Grad In Cameroon

Thursday, June 29th, 2017 |

  “I sometimes wonder whether all pleasures are a substitute for joy… But then joy is never in our power, and pleasure often is. Our best havings are wantings.” This profound statement by CS Lewis may be illustrated by the life of Mary Buckler-Cairns. In the summer of 2008, while a medical student at Medical […]

15 Worst Countries For Kids

Friday, June 23rd, 2017 |

  Two decades ago I was in search of a special challenge: To offer a piece of my life providing healthcare in a nation at war. Simultaneously, a coalition of church in the southern African nation of Angola put out a call for assist in launching a clinic ministry. Thus began a partnership that’s endured […]

INMED At Age Fourteen

Friday, June 16th, 2017 |

  This week INMED Board and Staff members invested two days in inspiration and strategic analysis of our mission to better equip healthcare professionals and students to serve the forgotten. Peter Greenspan, obstetrician and Messianic Jew, opened the event event with the account of a tragically isolated woman: Jesus with the Woman at the Well. […]

INMED in China – Coming This Summer

Friday, June 9th, 2017 |

  Do you live in Asia or the Pacific? Do you have a heart for serving the poor in your own nation? INMED is overjoyed to announce that again this year our International Medicine & Public Health Hybrid Course will be offered online beginning June 26, with the in-classroom section in Shanghai on October 21-22. […]

Refugee Healthcare Phases

Friday, June 2nd, 2017 |

  At this moment, UNHCR estimates more than 63 million people are uprooted – more than at any time since WWII. In step with such mobilization, general aid and healthcare for refugees is becoming progressively more pressing, too.   Understanding the Refugee Emergency Phases is especially useful for those like us committed to their welfare: […]