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2021 Humanitarian Health Conference


Humanitarian-Health-Conference-Logo-2019-Square-300x297.jpegPurpose:   The forgotten of the world are people who live on the margins of society.   Although many remain vulnerable, they each have intrinsic human value.   When we partner with them to improve their health, they deserve our very best. We are all called to be humanitarians, whether serving in a foreign field or in a local health facility. We believe that the value of human life requires us to engage in benevolent service to those who are forgotten. This mission is accomplished when we equip ourselves with evidence-based practices, connect with partners who share our vision, and go serve the forgotten.

The 2021 Humanitarian Health Conference (formerly EMMC) is a forum for those who want to holistically serve the forgotten of this world. This conference will bring together leading experts in the field, offer hands-on learning opportunities (including simulation), provide courses with certification upon completion, offer excellent networking setting, and equip learners to take the next step in partnering with the world’s most marginalized people.

The Humanitarian Health Conference will equip, connect, and encourage you to go serve the forgotten of this world.

Target Audience: The 2021 HHC is focused on educating those involved in humanitarian health around the world, including in the USA. This includes physicians, pharmacists, dentists, advance practice providers, nurses, allied health professionals, public health professionals, healthcare administrators, students, and service-minded volunteers.


Healthcare professional: 1,600RMB

Undergraduate students: 700RMB


Agenda for In-Person Attendees

All conference activities and education are focused on working in limited-resource settings.

Friday, June 11, 2021

8:00 – 9:00 am
Breakfast, Registration & Visit Exhibits/Posters
Lobby/Exhibit Hall

8:45 am
Head to Auditorium

9:00 am
Introduction to the 2021 HHC

9:10 – 9:40 am
Plenary Session 1 “Equip” by Jimmy Dodd, MDiv

9:40 – 9:45 am
INMED Awards

9:45 – 9:55 am
Travel Time

Breakout Block 1

9:55 – 10:30 am
Breakout Session 1

  • “Food and Waterborne Disease” by Daniel Hinthorne, MD (Community Health Track)

  • “Patient Care in Low & Middle-Income Countries (LMIC)” by Nicholas Comninellis, MD (Patient Care Track)

  • “Finding a Calling” by Jordan Crawford, PA-C (Career Development Track)

  • “Helping Babies Breathe Overview” by Vydehi Murty, MD and Winston Manimtin, MD (Hand-On Skills 1 track)

  • “Advanced Mother-Baby Outcomes Overview” by Don Philgreen, MD, Peter Greenspan, DO and Shari Ommen, MD (Hands-On Skills 2 Track)

10:30 – 11:05 am
Breakout Session 2

  • “Trauma Prevention” by Sean Mark, MD (Community Health Track)

  • “Tissue Parasites” by Tim Myrick, MD (Patient Care Track)

  • “Short-Term Medical Trips” by Abby Rattin, MD (Career Development Track)

11:05 – 11:40 am
Breakout Session 3

  • “Sexually Transmitted Diseases” by Jordan Crawford, PA-C (Community Health Track)

  • “Chronic Diseases” by James Fyffe, RN, MSN (Patient Care Track)

  • “Preparing for Long-Term Service” by Abby Rattin, MD (Career Development Track)

11:40 am – 1:00 pm
Lunch & Visit Exhibits and Posters
Lobby/Exhibit Hall

Breakout Block 2

1:00 – 1:38 pm
Breakout Session 4

  • “Community Health Workers” by Monica Rojas, MD (Community Health Track)

  • “Mosquito-Borne Diseases” by Tim Myrick, MD (Patient Care Track)

  • “Cultural Adaptation” by Christine Hammond, RN, MSN and Nicole Kreimer, RN, MSN (Career Development Track)

  • “Ultrasound Overview” by David Culpepper, MD and Sean Mark, MD (Hand-On Skills 1 track)

  • “Advanced Mother-Baby Outcomes Overview” by Don Philgreen, MD, Peter Greenspan, DO and Shari Ommen, MD (Hands-On Skills 2 Track)

1:38 – 2:15 pm
Breakout Session 5

  • “Pandemics” by Joeseph LeMaster, MD (Community Health Track)

  • “Cerebral Palsy” by Abby Rattin, MD (Patient Care Track)

  • “Language Acquisition” by Judy LeMaster, RN (Career Development Track)   

2:15 – 2:45 pm
Visit Exhibits and Posters
Exhibit Hall

Breakout Block 3

2:45 – 3:23 pm
Breakout Session 6

  • “Influenza-2021” by Daniel Hinthone, MD (Community Health Track)

  • “Compassionate Healthcare” by Monica Rojas, MD (Patient Care Track)

  • “Living Without Burnout” by Micah Flint, MPA, RN (Career Development Track)   

  • “Ultrasound Overview” by David Culpepper, MD and Sean Mark, MD (Hand-On Skills 1 track)

  • “Helping Babies Breathe Overview” by Winston Manimtim, MD and Vydehi Murty, MD (Hands-On Skills 2 Track)

3:23 – 4:00 pm
Breakout Session 7

  • “COVID-19” by Joseph LeMaster, MD (Community Health Track)

  • “Mental Health of Refugees” by Martha Baird, PhD (Patient Care Track)

  • “Returning to the US” by James Fyffe, RN, MSN (Career Development Track)   

4:00-4:10 pm
Travel Time

4:10-4:15 pm

4:15-4:45 pm
Plenary Session 2 “Connect” by James Fyffe, RN, MSN

4:45-5:30 pm
Judging of Posters

Saturday, June 12, 2021

8:00-9:00 am
Breakfast & Visit Exhibits and Posters

9:00-9:10 am
Welcome & Simulation Instructions

9:10-9:20 am
Travel Time

9:20-10:50 am
Crisis Simulation

10:50-11:20 am
Visit Exhibits and Posters


11:20-11:30 am
Poster Awards


11:30 am – 12:00 pm
Plenary Session 3 “Go” by Micah Flint, MPA, RN


-End of Conference

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