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Medical Missions 101 is an online community dedicated to educating, encouraging and engaging those who share our passion for medical missions. As a community we are pursuing best evidence based practice in medical missions and global health; we invite you to join us. New content is added each week! If you find our content helpful, please share it!
Growing Moringa as a Childhood Malnutrition Strategy There are a number of health initiatives that can help communities make permanent changes toward ending malnutrition. One such project centers on the…
New on Medical Missions 101: When implemented, IMCI can and does reduce early childhood morbidity and mortality. It also improves growth and development among children under five years of age. IMCI is both preventive and curative and is implemented by families and communities as well as by health workers.
PLA Participatory Learning and Action has long been the foundation of best practices in community development. However, I believe it has practical application across all cross-cultural and global health work; in the community and in the hospital.
There is no greater challenge to child survival in the developing world than malnutrition. Managing malnutrition is outside the realm of normal practice for healthcare professionals trained in western countries. As such, it needs to be something health professionals planning to work in the developing world context need to review regularly.
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This channel was created to tell the story of medical missions, health programs, mission hospitals, and the missionaries who serve in them. Each week we will upload new episodes from the field and from here at home as we interview mission leaders facilitating health programs and medical missions around the world.
When Healthcare Hurts
When Healthcare Hurts is an evidence-based, critical look at the potential promise and perils of global health initiatives. Greg Seager, Founder and CEO of Christian Health Service Corps, asks thought-provoking questions about global health projects that can illuminate areas of needed improvement and uncover some of our own harmful biases. Mr. Seager draws from scholarly research, WHO, UNICEF, and other authoritative sources to compose six best practice guidelines in global health. The combination of real-world case studies and the author’s wealth of experience makes this book a must-read for anyone serving in short or long-term global health initiatives.