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Search for short-term volunteer opportunities in Latin America and the Caribbean, and use our best practices framework to ensure that you invest your time in a high quality project.

Find clinical guidelines for safely managing the most common symptoms encountered in remote, resource limited settings abroad.

We're excited about global health. Collaborate with us, read about our completed and ongoing quality improvement projects, and provide your feedback on our framework for best practices on short-term medical missions.

Download our QuickChart mobile electronic records app to create and share medical records in remote settings, and access clinical guidelines offline.

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Evaluating the reliability of the STAT tool for medical missions

The COVID-19 pandemic has put most global health projects on a temporary pause. Nonetheless, our latest pre-pandemic publication looked at the performance of the Service Trip Audit Tool (STAT tool), a brief eighteen-point survey intended for completion by medical mission administrators and past volunteers. The tool aims to help future volunteers and overseas healthcare workers […]

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COVID-19: Mission accomplished

There was an indelible moment in 2003 in which then-president George W. Bush stood atop the USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier in front of a backdrop that declared “Mission Accomplished.” It was the moment that heralded the end of major combat operations in the Iraq war, after which Iraq rapidly transitioned into the stable democracy […]

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