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Early Bird Registration Now Open for the 2020 Humanitarian Health Conference! 

Concern over health in the world's poorest communities is heartwarming. Yet healthcare professionals often feel ill prepared to serve effectively. The 2020 Humanitarian Health Conference (HHC) will equip you with essential skills, connect you to likeminded professionals, and provide opportunities to go and partner with communities in service!

Enjoy discounted early bird registration this month on the 2020 HHC. 
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This Month Only!

Save 30% on the Diseases of Poverty Online Course, 2nd Edition

Enter coupon code "DP30" at registration to save 30% on the Diseases of Poverty Online Course, 2nd Edition.* 

Course Description: A plethora of diseases are associated with poverty. This course is designed to equip clinicians to prevent, diagnose and treat those poverty-linked diseases that are most prevalent around the world and also unfamiliar to most healthcare professionals. Included are infectious, chronic and non-infectious diseases. This course requires about ten hours to complete, and is accredited for ten hours of CME. Click here for CME information. 

Normal Course Price: $75.00 
Course Price with Discount: $52.50 

*Limit 1 per user. Coupon expires March 31, 2020. Must enter coupon at time of registration, no partial refunds can be issued after purchase is completed. 

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 It's Not Too Late To Register!

Online sections starting soon - In-Classroom Section Hosted by Donald & Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

 

Professional Certificate Course in International Medicine & Public Health

On-Line Section: March 9 to May 17, 2020 (~5 hours weekly)
In-Classroom Section: May 23 and 24 (Sat-Sun) in Long Island, NY

 

Professional Certificate Course in International Nursing & Public Health

On-Line Section: March 9 to May 17, 2020 (~5 hours weekly)
In-Classroom Section: May 23 and 24 (Sat-Sun) in Long Island, NY

 

Professional Certificate Course in International Public Health

On-Line Section: April 13 to May 17, 2020 (~5 hours weekly)
In-Classroom Section: May 24 (Sun) in Long Island, NY

Two weeks ago, Dr. Nick delivered this talk on serving the forgotten at the Mobilizing Medical Missions Conference. Watch on YouTube
Overcoming Family Dynamics in Financial Planning
 
If you give $1,000 to every member of a family, there’s a high likelihood that no two members will spend it the same way. Money is a tool that is used to accomplish goals, and it often takes some patience and understanding to uncover the motivation behind how each family member chooses to use their money. However, patience and understanding are not always the first reactions when family members discuss, or perhaps judge, their family members’ behavior.
 
Are family dynamics getting in the way of your multi-generational financial planning? Learn more here: http://bit.ly/36ovVAm


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