IMANA has thoughtfully developed topical health sessions that will serve the needs and interests for all who attend. We have invited speakers and leaders from various healthcare disciplines to shed light on issues that are relevant and hold stigma in the Muslim community. Sessions range from understanding mental health care, women’s health rights, biomedical ethical issues such as organ donation, and conversations about our healthcare system. We’ve included a networking session for students and physicians and much more. Learn from your peers and speakers before, during, and after our events. The conversations don’t stop at the podium.
Join IMANA’s structured networking session where pre-med students, medical students, and residents as well as practicing physicians and medical faculty from various institutions will be able to connect and learn from one another and further their disciplines. Please RSVP so we can help you connect with the right healthcare professionals whose speciality is of interest to you.
This initiative aims to identify and establish a resource group that works toward:
Connecting affordable healthcare delivery stakeholders to each other
Developing a platform or resourceful network for affordable healthcare delivery stakeholders to learn, exchange ideas and information, and to explore potential collaborations
Establishing a mechanism to collect and maintain a roster of professionals and experts in areas within the affordable healthcare delivery ecosystem
Establishing a mechanism to collect and maintain a roster of service providers and product supplier networks which are useful for affordable healthcare delivery practitioners
Establishing a mechanism to collect and make available best practices of affordable healthcare delivery leading to development of literature, training, and standards to improve the quality of life through better healthcare delivery system