Unfortunately, the stigma associated with mental health often prevents affected individuals from getting the proper help and treatment on their journey to better well-being. IMANA recognizes this need and aims to improve awareness and access to services in the Muslim community by launching its free Muslim Mental Health Professionals directory and list of resources. Through education and advocacy, we’ll break down barriers surrounding mental health, support those affected, and better serve our community.
IMANA is proud to be participating in GivingTuesday – a global generosity movement to make a difference!
IMANA is fundraising to continue medical access in the Tharparkar region of south-east Pakistan, where locals suffer from extreme poverty and lack basic health facilities.
Please join us in honoring and celebrating Dr. Ghaus M. Malik for receiving the Distinguished Alumni Award by the Henry Ford Alumni Association in Detroit. Dr. Malik, an Executive Vice-President at the Dept. of Neurosurgery at Henry Ford Health System, received this award in recognition of his exemplary career achievements, commitment to service, and contributions to advance the practice of medicine.
We understand that the application process for ophthalmology residency is long, and with over 120 ophthalmology residency programs in the US, it is important to narrow down your choices to a reasonable number. This webinar offers a comprehensive guide to help medical students interested in becoming an Ophthalmologist. Register: attend.imana.org/optho-residency