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AMHE Newsletter

Dear Ms. Michael D Bruno

The AMHE ( Association des Medecins Haitiens a L’Etranger ) ( Association of the Haitian Physicians Abroad ) is proud to have you as their first Executive Director. The contract is in the mail and you should receive it soon. As you know, we have unanimously voted to offer you the position knowing that you will bring expertise and skills to better our Association. I want to personally welcome you to the organization in the name of the AMHE Central Executive Committee, the Board of Trustees and the AMHE  Foundation. We look forward to move the association through this new Millennium. I will submit to all members, your short Bio,  so they can learn a little about your background.
Thank you for your patience.
Maxime J-M Coles, M.D., F.I.C.S., F.R.C.S., F.A.A.N.O.S.
President, Central Executive Committee
Association of the Haitian Physicians Abroad

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MEMORANDUM
Appointment of the AMHE  Executive Director
http://amhe.org/newsletter/appointmentmemorandum.pdf


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Minutes - Conference Call re Haiti Activities
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
http://amhe.org/newsletter/conference_call_haiti_activities.pdf


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Invitation au 41ème congrès de l’AMHE 2014
Invitation to the 41st annual convention of the AMHE 2014
http://amhe.org/pdf/Invit_congresjuil2014_v2.pdf

 

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Boston Medical Center & Boston University School of Medicine
Minority Physician Recruitment Program

 

2014 Visiting Student Subsidized Elective
Application Deadline: Tuesday, April 1, 2014
http://www.bmc.org/minorityphysician/visitingmedicalstudents.htm
 The Minority Physician Recruitment Program at Boston Medical Center affiliate teaching hospital of Boston University School of Medicine is now accepting applications for the Visiting Student Subsidized Elective.
The Visiting Student Subsidized Elective allows qualified 4th year medical students that are considering applying to one of Boston University Medical Center ’s residency programs the opportunity to get hands-on experience and exposure to our clinical services and diverse patient population during a month long elective.
What are the benefits?
· Accepted students will receive housing and reimbursement for round-trip travel.
· Training at Boston ’s safety net hospital which serves the city’s most diverse patient population.
· Networking opportunities with URM faculty, residents, and fellows.
· Opportunity to explore the city of Boston.
 When should I apply?
Medical students in their 3rd year should apply. The application deadline for the Visiting Student Subsidized Elective is April 1st 2014
Student living abroad are not included
 For more information, please see link http://www.bmc.org/minorityphysician/visitingmedicalstudents.htm or contact us at 617-638-9559.
Nicol


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