Paradigm Shifts

By: Marcus Heisler About 30 percent of US medical students participate in global health experiences by the time they graduate from med school. These experiences range from shadowing world-class physicians in technologically advanced foreign hospitals to being the first-assist on a life-saving surgery in a remote rural health center. Most of these experiences are clinic-based,... Continue Reading →

Patience for Patients: What I’ve learned in India

 Sophie is a sophomore at Elon University majoring in public health and double-minoring in geographic information systems and environmental studies. She recently spent a month at the CRHP completing her practicum. This is a reflection on her experience. As a sophomore at Elon University, I've completed the required practicum for my Public Health major at... Continue Reading →

CRHP 2013 Year-in-Review

The year 2013 has officially come to a close. Before moving full speed into the new year, it is important to reflect back on the successes of the past year.  Here are some of the 2013 highlights from the Comprehensive Rural Health Project: Training The way that CRHP scales-up is through training; in the past, CRHP... Continue Reading →

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