A large number ofdiseases are particularly associated with poverty. Where functioning economies,education and healthcare systems are in motion, the prevalence of such diseasesdiminishes. But when these social institutions falter, as in times of disaster,economic depression or civil unrest, diseases associated with povertypredictably reemerge. The INMED Diseases Of Poverty Self-paced Course isdesigned to equip clinicians to prevent, diagnose and treat the most prevalentand unfamiliar diseases of poverty. This course requires about ten hours tocomplete, and is accredited for ten hours of both CME and CNE.
¥550– Course Registration – Non-CME/CNE
¥1,100 – Course Registration – with CME/CNECredit (U.S.)