MIH

 

OVERVIEW

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This 32-credit hour program is designed for healthcare professionals and healthcare profession students to complement their education with both advanced academic skills and field experience. Equipped in this way, recipients of the MIH will be prepared to lead comprehensive health promotion and disease intervention efforts – with emphasis upon the unique needs in low-resource and cross-cultural communities. Three specialty tracts are available: International Medicine, International Nursing, and International Public Health.

 

This unique degree is distinctly focused on improving the health of marginalized people by equipping healthcare personnel with expertise in epidemiology, diseases of poverty, maternal newborn health, international public health, cross-cultural skills, disaster management, health leadership, healthcare education, research, and quality improvement. Visit the information regarding Cost, Educational Components, International Training Sites, and MIH FAQs. Sample the MIH learning experience with this 15-minutes Free Demo Online Course.

 

INMED Dean & President, Nicholas Comninellis, introduces the MIH

 

Graduates of MIH will be prepared for responsibilities in patient care, research, teaching and leadership on behalf of:

 

 

EDUCATIONAL COMPONENTS

COMPETENCY OBJECTIVES

 

At the completion of MIH, graduates will demonstrate through case studies, simulation, and actual professional practice: