INMED offers state-of-the-art healthcare courses that supply formative information to guide effective healthcare in low-resource and cross-cultural settings.
A hybrid course is a blend of online learning with face-to-face instruction. INMED currently offers two broad hybrid courses, the International Medicine & Public Health Hybrid Course and the International Public Health Hybrid Course. Each is fully accredited for Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Nursing Education (CNE). Completion of the respective Hybrid Course is an essential qualification towards earning the INMED Diploma International Medicine & Public Health (DIMPH) or the INMED Diploma in International Public Health (DIPH).
INMED offers a growing series of short, online, self-paced courses in the core topics of international health. Participants may complete these courses over a period of up to 180 days. Each course is accredited for Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Nursing Education (CNE). Requesting an extension of the course (over the 180 days) requires re-payment. Learn more about the self-paced courses.
Some one million newborns die each year from birth asphyxia, the inability to breathe, chiefly in resource-limited locations. Helping Babies Breathe is a newborn resuscitation model designed to save lives in such settings. The INMED HBB Master Trainer Course is a hands-on experience to equip individuals to implement Helping Babies Breathe in cooperation with health leaders in low-resource communities.
Quality medical care in low-resource settings is often hampered by lack of objective clinical information. Ultrasound a particularly useful technology, providing vital data to support patient care decision-making. The INMED Ultrasound for Primary Care Course is a hybrid course that combines online preparation with in-classroom, hands-on skills in non-obstetric ultrasound imaging. Each participant will be supervised in learning normal scan planes, ultrasound techniques, and equipment control.