If it’s all you can do to find the hours to volunteer your time to a good cause, but still want to help make a difference in a medical cause on a larger scale than day-to-day work, don’t worry…
There are dozens of charities well-aligned to advance the ideals of nurses and their patients, on a global scale.
Here are 9 of the most effective charities that are especially meaningful for nurses and other healthcare professionals.
Such charities are formally categorized as effective when they spend at least 75 per cent of their budget directly on programs, have open-book status for disclosure of their financial information, and – most importantly – by the amount of good they do through the extent of help they offer to people: Continue reading “9 Effective Nursing-Friendly Charities”
Some medical professionals volunteer because it feels good to make others feel good. Some do it to expand their horizons. But not enough people do it. Why should you volunteer?
Some do it because it feels good to make others feel good. Some do it to expand their horizons. But not enough people do it. Why should you volunteer?
Meet Amazing People (Who Share Your Passion)
Health Volunteers Overseas sends qualified professionals across the globe to train local health care providers in anesthesia, dentistry, dermatology, hand surgery, hematology, internal medicine, nursing education, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthopedics, oncology, pediatrics, physical therapy and wound care.
“Other volunteers from many different nations and backgrounds are such an encouraging sign of hope for humanity.” Notes one volunteer in Cambodia.
Continue reading “16 Reasons Why Every Medical Professional Should Volunteer”