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BLOGS

A House Of Prayer (AHOP)

What Sacrifice Yields (in Camasca) June 2016.


Baylor College of Medicine

Holy Week  (at Concepcion Clinic)  April 2015.


Brown University

Witness (at the Guachipilincito Clinic) July 2016.

Familiarity Breeds… (at the Guachipilincito Clinic) February 2016.

So Close, Yet So Far Away (at the Guachipilincito clinic) August 2015.

Transcendence  (at the Guachipilincito clinic)  February 2015.

Listening to the Call, by Kelly Campbell (at the Guachipilincito clinic) February 2015.


Cleveland Clinic

Never To Be The Same (at Camasca) February 2016.


Christ Church

Never To Be The Same (at Camasca) February 2016.


Dental

Open Wide (Larry Tepe, DDS, Jan Tepe, DDS, and Beth Deyhle on dental brigade) August 2016.

Extracting Pain Vs. Inserting Wellbeing (Larry Tepe, DDS with dental brigade at the Concepcion Clinic) February 2016.

Dentists and Dinosaurs  (Larry Tepe, DDS with dental brigade at the Concepcion Clinic)  January 2015.


Genesee Valley Presbytery

Fun and Fulfilling (at the bilingual school) September 2016.


Good Shepherd Bilingual School

Happy Birthday, Estados Unidos, (Volunteer Reflection at the school) July 2016.

Backpack Matt, (Matt Tibbits, volunteer at the shool, blog) June – July 2016.

Bienvenidos, Mr. Ben y Mr. Yon! (Ben Gebhardt and Johnathan Stefanick volunteering at the school) June 2016.

A Child’s Valuable Lesson (Jessica Lemus’ volunteering at the school) August 2015.

Not in Wisconsin Anymore  (Marcia Lasalle’s volunteering at the school) February 2015.

Educate a Child and Change the World  (Sponsor a child at the school)  November 2014.

Hope and Pride  November 2014.


Johns Hopkins University

Santa Lucia Homecoming (at Santa Lucia) February 2016.


Long Island University Pharmacy

Honduras 2015, Newsletter, Janice Chheda, Porfibert Crisantos, & Gazi Shahnaser, Long Island University, Pharmacy class of 2016, June 2016.

A Complicated Jigsaw (Brigade in Colomoncagua) June 2015.


Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency

Elevations (Brigade in Colomoncagua) April-May 2016.

Honduras 2015, Newsletter, Janice Chheda, Porfibert Crisantos, & Gazi Shahnaser, Long Island University, Pharmacy class of 2016, June 2016.

A Complicated Jigsaw (Brigade in Colomoncagua) June 2015.


Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC), Asheville, NC

Noble, (Brigade in Camasca) August 2016.

Don’t Mind Us, We’re Fine, (Brigade in Camasca) February 2016.

Something Given, Something Gained, (Brigade in Camasca) August 2015.


Scholarship Program

November 2016 Newsletter

Celebrations of Success, December 2015.


Shoulder to Shoulder

Cultural Exchanges, (Waite Family in Camasca) June 2016.

February not quite like you remembered it, (Brigades of February) February 2016.

Vacationing, But Not So Far Away, (at San Jose and Roatan) October 2015.

Rock, Paper, Scissors, September 2015.

Message from CEO Wayne and Christina Waite, July 2015.

Recording Hope (Videotaping) July 2015.

Culture and Convenio (Expanded Health Care) May 2015.

It Was the Best of Times ….  (Hombro a Hombro Board of Directors Meeting)  April 2015.

Secret Mission  (Wayne Waite visiting the Frontera)  April 2015.

25 Years – The Dignity of Working Shoulder to Shoulder  January 2015.


Universidad Nacional Autónomo de Honduras (UNAH)

Just and Caring  (Rector Julieta Castellanos signs agreement with towns of San Marcos and Jamaranguila)  March 2015.

Scaling Mountains in San Marcos  (medical brigade in the town of San Marcos de la Sierra)  December 2014.


Unidad Hospitalaria Movil Latino America

Acceptance (surgery brigade in La Esperanza) February 2016.


University at Buffalo, School of Medicine / School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

The Character of Service (at Santa Lucia Clinic) April 2016.

Taking Interest  (at Santa Lucia clinic)  January 2015.


University of Minnesota, School of Nursing

Impressive (at Santa Lucia Clinic) March 2016.

Respect Yields Health Living (at Santa Lucia Clinic) August 2015.

Youth the World Over  (at Santa Lucia clinic)  March 2015.


University of Rochester

Trip Report, Department of Family Medicine – San Jose, October 2015.

Vacationing, But Not So Far Away, (at San Jose and Roatan) October 2015.

Trip Report, Department of Family Medicine – San Jose, May 2015.

Tangrams and University of Rochester (Curriculum instruction from Brigade) May 2015.

Getting There  (Joshua Back, 4th year medical student, volunteers)  March 2015.


University of Wyoming

Visiting (at Agaua Salada) November 2016.

Quantity Vs. Quality (at Agua Salada) March 2016.

Not According to Plan (at Agua Salada) November 2015.

Doing Good  (at Agua Salada)  April 2015.

Rude Roosters and Patty Cake (at Agua Salada)  November 2014.


Virginia Commonwealth University

Deep Roots and New Branches (at the Pinares Clinic) November 2016

The Unexpected (at the Pinares Clinic) June 2016.

What a View!! (at the Pinares Clinic) February 2016.

Pickups and Bubbles: An Elusive Measure (at the Pinares Clinic / Cedros) June 2015.

Laughter and Song  (at the Pinares Clinic)  February 2015.


Wingate University School of Pharmacy

Witness (at the Guachipilincito Clinic) July 2016.

Familiarity Breeds… (at the Guachipilincito Clinic) February 2016.

Transcendence  (at the Guachipilincito clinic)  February 2015.

Listening to the Call, by Kelly Campbell (at the Guachipilincito clinic) February 2015.


Yo Puedo

A Road to Travel, November 2015.

Sing a New Song  February 2015.

Yo Puedo Retreat 2014.  November 2014.


 

 

PUBLICATIONS

Evaluation Report – Assessing the use of Technology and Khan Academy to improve educational outcomes in Sacatepequez, Guatemala, prepared for FUNSEPA by Manaus Consulting, 27 May 2016.


How The Most Dangerous Place On Earth Got Safer. Sonia Nazario, New York Times, Opinion, August 11, 2016.


UWs Linda Johnson Honored for Work in Honduras, University of Wyoming website, UW News, April 2016


Assessing Youth Well-Being in Rural Honduras: A Qualitative Study By M. Y. Kubik, B. R. Jennings, N. M. Olivier, July 2, 2014, Publish by Public Health I28 (2014) 671-673


How to end a neocolonialist approach to global health training By Michelle Morse, November 10, 2014, Published by Devex


Aligning to Reduce Poverty and Stunting in Honduras: Newly Elected President Launches Multi-Donor Food Security Initiative on First Day in Office By Feed the Future, Newsletter, February 27, 2014


Micronutrient Supplement Decreases Diarrhea and Respiratory Morbidity in Rural Honduran Children (Mathile Institute for the Advancement of Human Nutrition Abstract)


Childhood immunization rates in rural Intibucá, Honduras: an analysis of a local database tool and community health center records for assessing and improving vaccine coverage Published by BMC Public Health December 2012


Cardinal Rodriguez visits Cincinnati in support of the partnership of Good Shepard Parish and Shoulder to Shoulder Published Cincinnati Catholic Telegraph Nov 2010


Dr. Therese Zink M.D. M.P.H writes about her recent trip to Honduras Published Minnesota Medicine Fall 2010


Digital Imaging Delivers Modern Medicine to the Developing World published in Imaging Technology News (2/23/2010)


Radiology IT Explores New Frontiers published in Imaging Technology News (2/4/2010)


“Lessons of Global Proportions,” published in AAFP’s winter newsletter (12/2010) (PDF)


“Honduras and the Hidden Hunger” published in The Daily Tar Heel and sponsored by The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting (09/10/2009)


“A Year in Honduras” published in Rochester Medicine (07/2009)


“Rapid Assessment of Access to Primary Care in Remote Parts of the Developing World,” published in Field Methods by Temple University (08/2008)


“Anna man follows his heart” (Alex Freisthler RN commits to a year of volunteer work with S2S), published in Sidney Daily News (5/3/2008) (PDF)


Jessica Weeks MD and Heang Lim MD volunteer for the poor in Honduras after medical school:


Front-page article in “La Tribuna,” the national newspaper of Honduras (1/19/2008) (PDF)


Poster presented by Paige Stocks on Pharmacy issues in Honduras (PDF)


Shoulder to Shoulder Model By Jeffrey E. Heck, MD; Andrew Bazemore, MD, MPH; Phil Diller, MD, PhD, published in Family Medicine (10/2007)


 

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