Archive for September, 2020

COVID-19 Facts, Fiction, and Friction

Friday, September 25th, 2020 |

  Credible projections forecast an upswing in COVID-19 infection throughout the 2020 fall and winter seasons in North American and the northern hemisphere. To prevent disease and death, let’s succinctly review three of the most pressing disease control questions:   Do cloth masks really prevent infection?   Yes. Research from multiple sources, including Arizona State […]

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’s population continues to suffer from preventable infections, tuberculosis, malaria, cholera, malnutrition, and pregnancy-childbirth related complications. […]

Why Study At INMED?

Friday, September 11th, 2020 |

  Healthcare professionals increasingly choose to earn an additional graduate degree. That extra qualification often opens the door for opportunities in leadership, research, and teaching. But a professional graduate degree is no light undertaking. Often, it requires a two- to four-year commitment, and the average master’s degree in the United States costs between  $30,000 and […]