Archive for December, 2017

INMED For Nurses: The DINPH Credential

Friday, December 29th, 2017 |

Nurses enjoy wonderful reputations for compassion and action. INMED now offers the professional Diploma in International Nursing & Public Health (DINPH) to further enhance nurse’s credentials and skills in serving the world’s most poor.   DINPH qualification has two parts. First is an International Nursing & Public Health Hybrid Course that includes the most common […]

What Is The World’s Most Universal And Deadly Infection?

Friday, December 8th, 2017 |

  In the United States and Europe, not so long ago the words TB were interpreted similarly to the way AIDS and cancer often are today. TB meant fear, suffering and death. And no wonder. This aggressive lung infection caused people to cough up blood, alienate their friends and family over fear of transmission, and […]

“Serving The Poor Is Evidence You Are Strong”

Friday, December 1st, 2017 |

  “We who are weak are focused on ourselves. We don’t have the capacity to improve the plight of others.” Dr. Pangyan was in northeastern China making his appeal to recruit physicians for the LIGHT medical care team. They looked on doubtfully and inquired, “What sort of capacity?” Pangyan explained, “Sometimes we lack skill, health, […]