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  1. Stephen Pasquini PA-C

    Become a Volunteer Health Corps Clinical Associates Mentor

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    Volunteer Health Corps Clinical Associates Mentors The American International Health Alliance is a US government-funded non-profit that works in global health, primarily in Sub-Saharan Africa. Through the development of the HIV/AIDS Twinning Center, they create partnerships between US institutions and institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa, such as universities, hospitals, and clinics, focused on health systems strengthening and health professions education. They also have a complementary program called the Volunteer Healthcare Corps that offers unique opportunities for skilled health professionals in the US to provide technical expertise at the host institutions within their partnerships. The Volunteer Healthcare Corps is actively recruiting Clinical Associates Mentors to serve in 3-12...
  2. Emily Pilachowski PA-S

    A Student’s View: Guatemala

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    Alysha Wilson, Arcadia University Interview by: Emily Pilachowski, PA-S This article was featured in the Nexus Newsletter June 2012 Alysha Wilson is a recent graduate from Arcadia University. During her clinical rotations she went to Guatemala for one month in the winter of 2011. She worked with Hearts in Motion, a group that does a number of health related projects in Central America. For more information about this group, visit . What did you do to prepare yourself for your trip and was it useful? I didn't do much to prepare for my trip because I was so busy with studying for school beforehand....
  3. pasforglobalhealth

    A Student’s View: Puerto Plata Province, The Dominican Republic

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    House calls are not just a thing of the past. This is just one of the things I learned from my month in the Puerto Plata province of the Dominican Republic (DR) this spring during my global health clinical rotation. It rained daily the first week as we walked in the muddy dirt streets on the way to the villages to see patients, and I vividly remember some of the sights that we passed. A dead dog on the side of the road one morning. Half-naked children playing in the mud. A woman walking with a massive bowl of peanuts balanced precariously on...

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