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Six months after the quake: Project Medishare continues mission to empower Haitian medical professionals to improve access to healthcare

  |   Earthquake Response, Fundraisers, Medical Training & Education

[caption id="attachment_1913" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Bernard Mevs nurse, Sindy Abdon, goes over a patient chart with Dr. Eric Dehoux, a physician volunteering from Canada. While volunteering over the next two weeks, Dr. Dehoux is working with doctors and nurses in the medical surgical unit to...

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Bernard Mevs partnership offers local nurses training in neonatal care

  |   Celebrities, Fundraisers

[caption id="attachment_1882" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="PICU nurse Robyn Candell demonstrates to Bazile Marie Uvonne how to use a feeding tube with one of their tiny patients. Photo by Jennifer Browning."][/caption] By Jennifer Browning As part of the partnership with Bernard Mevs Hospital and their local staff, Project...

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Emory surgical team operates in Hinche this week

  |   Fundraisers

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOhoQ-8jSuM&hl=en_US&fs=1] By Jennifer Browning While some will be basking in the sun by their barbecue grills or lining up their fireworks on Sunday for Fourth of July celebrations, Emory Medishare, in partnership with Project Medishare will be arriving in Hinche, Haiti in the Central Plateau to begin...

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Home visit in Haiti’s Central Plateau: Emory students interview locals to gain better understanding of mental health in rural Haiti

  |   Celebrities, Community Health & Development

By Nayla Khoury* Rosanna stood in the middle of a circle of benches, outside of Medishare’s compound in Casse; her hands were raised and waving. She was speaking about Jesus and to no one in particular. I asked Wilfred, our newly trained interpreter, to translate for...

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