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MEDICAL MISSIONS 101

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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!

Childhood Malnutrition: Community-Based Care and Support – Part 2

Growing the Moringa Plant for Nutrition and Health There are a number of health initiatives that can help communities make permanent changes toward ending malnutrition. One such project centers on the moringa plant. Specifically, it provides seeds and training for people to cultivate moringa in communities with high levels of

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Childhood Malnutrition: Community-Based Care and Support – Part 1

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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The Church and Global Access to Health Care

Christian Mission hospitals and health programs account for about 50% of all healthcare delivered in Sub-Saharan Africa (Olivier, et al., 2015). That figure is probably closer to 70% of the truly functional healthcare services delivered.  Sadly however, many of these facilities have closed, those that remain are fighting for survival.

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6 Lifesaving Interventions for Children in a Low-income Countries

Saving the lives of children is one of the greatest joys of medical mission work. What if you could save the lives of not a few but of many children? This blog shares six very basic interventions that can help you achieve that aim.

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WWJD:  What if Jesus went on hospital rounds with me?  

New on Medical Missions 101: I know there are no simple answers for giving good care in mission hospitals or for being a good medical missionary, especially in settings that do clinical education. I also know that these environments can be extremely challenging and frustrating for professionals trained in the West. Finding people who are modeling best practices as “medical missionaries” and learning from them as a new missionary is crucial.

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MM101 Gathering ONLINE access

CHSC is very pleased to offer ONLINE access to the teaching sessions from our Medical Missions 101 Gathering.

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CHCS Missionary Interviews

Are you feeling called to serve as a long-term medical missionary?

Here is an opportunity to learn from CHSC missionaries serving long-term around the world.

In these interviews missionaries share advice for new missionaries, as well as some of the great blessings and challenges of serving as medical missionaries.

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TRAINING AND CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS

January 14 - January 18, 2019

Community Health Evangelism TOT 1

For all learners - prepare for wholistic, transformational community health and development.

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June 17 - June 22, 2019

Global Health and Tropical Medicine Overview

For healthcare professionals and students - gain knowledge and skills for global health service.

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June 22 - June 22, 2019

Suture Workshop

Healthcare professionals and students - learn the basics of simple skin suturing in resource-limited settings.

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July 10 - July 13, 2019

Disaster and Refugee Response: Global Principles and Practice

For all learners - respond with life-saving and dignity-upholding measures.

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WHEN HEALTHCARE HURTS

An Evidence Based Guide for Best Practices in Global Health Initiatives

When Healthcare Hurts is the first book to look seriously at the challenges of patient safety and developmental safety in global health missions, and it defines evidence based guidelines through which these issues can be addressed.

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