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2:55-3:00pm Conclusion and Next Steps

Thank you for joining INMED for the 2020, 15th annual, Humanitarian Health Conference! We trust that from today moving forward you will continue to Equip, Connect, Go on the health of the worlds most marginalized people. Before signing off, please complete the Evaluation and Credit Claims Form. You will receive a CME certificate, CE certificate, or …

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1:40-2:10pm Breakout Session 4 “Global Pandemic Control” by Nicholas Comninellis (Career Development) + 2:10-2:20 Panel Discussion

Nicholas Comninellis is Founder and President of INMED, the Institute for International Medicine, for whom he is a full-time volunteer. He is also faculty in the Department of Medical Humanities at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Medicine. Over a two year period Dr. Comninellis served inner city citizens at Shanghai Charity Hospital, and over another two …

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1:40-2:10pm Breakout Session 4 “Management of Respiratory Distress” by Douglas Hagen (Patient Care)

Douglas Hagen, MD trained in medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and specialized in Anesthesiology at the University of Kansas and completed his fellowship at the University of Wisconsin.  He is a past medical director of the Medical Missions Foundation here in Kansas City and has participated in numerous surgical missions from Eastern …

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1:40-2:10pm Breakout Session 4 “Maternal-Newborn HIV Prevention & Care” by Brad Gautney (Community Health) + 2:10-2:20 Panel Discussion

Brad Gautney, APRN MPH PhD, is a pediatric nurse practitioner and public health specialist, he and his family lived four years in Haiti pioneering low-resource HIV care, with particular attention to prevention of mother-to-child transmission of this infection. He also developed a state-of-the-art electronic medical record based on cellular telephone technology to facilitate application of …

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1:00-1:30pm Breakout Session 3 “Cross-Cultural Healthcare Skills” by Brown and LeMaster (Career Development) + 1:30-1:40 Panel Discussion

Antoinette Brown, RN, DINPH, served at Emmanuel Hospital Association in northeast India as part of the INMED Professional Diploma programs in International Nursing & Public Health. Antoinette has served as a nurse for 20 years in varying capacities. Today, she is a post-procedure recovery nurse at Kansas City’s Saint Luke’s Hospital and a respected INMED …

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12:20-1:00pm Lunch Break & INMED Master’s degree in International Health (MIH).

During this break for lunch, please enjoy a few moments to   • Visit the HHC Exhibitor Hall • View HHC poster presentations • Explore the new INMED Master’s degree in International Health (MIH).     The INMED Professional Master’s degree in International Health (MIH) is a 32-credit hour learning experience distinctly focused on mobilizing and equipping healthcare …

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11:40am-12:10pm Breakout 2 “Therapy/Skills for Disabilities in Low-Resource Settings” by May-Teerink & Frazier (Career Development) + 12:10-12:20 Panel Discussion

Beth Frazier, DPT, is an outpatient physical therapist in Columbia, Missouri. She has a background in orthopedics, scoliosis treatment, women’s health conditions, and pediatric and neonatal care. With an interest in vulnerable patient populations, her passion is helping those with poor access to healthcare find mobility and independence. Beth served at Galmi Hospital in the …

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11:40am-12:10pm Breakout 2 “Cost of Serving Forgotten People and Skills for Serving the Vulnerable” by Mark & Fyffe (Community Health) + 12:10-12:20 Panel Discussion

James Fyffe, RN, is a native of Lee’s Summit, Missouri. He lived several years in El Salvador, Central America, serving as a youth pastor. James completed nursing school at St. Luke’s College of Health Sciences and also earned a master’s degree in nursing education. In 2014 at the Humanitarian Health Conference James met personnel from …

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11:00-11:30am Breakout Session 1 “International Ed for Students and Residents, and Learner Safety” by Connelly and Desai (Career Development) + 11:30-11:40 Panel Discussion

Kimberly Connelly is a native of Kansas City, Kimberly Connelly’s formal education prepared her well for her current role. At university, she studied international relations, French, and earned a Master’s degree in TOESL – Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages. Since 2013, she has served at Kansas University Medical Center(KUMC) – known worldwide as …

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