About Caoimhe Smyth
Role(s) / Profession(s)
- Coordinator (Site, Program, Project)
Partners In Health - PIH
Website: http://www.pih.org/ Type: Non-Governmental Organization Country: United States About: Partners In Health, co-founded by physicians Paul Farmer and Jim Yong Kim, serves millions of poor patients in nine countries, providing them with extensive health care and social services that address the root causes of poor health. By successfully proving that providing comprehensive, community-based medical care for complex diseases such as AIDS and tuberculosis is not just possible but essential, the organization has helped bring about significant changes in global health policies and practices.
- United States
For those of you having problems applying to the position of Sennior TB Laboratory Advisor, Partners In Health - Lesotho, via the PIH webiste please submit your application to Lesotho@pih.org. Thank you.
Caoimhe Smyth started a discussion "PIH-Lesotho Employment Opportunity: Senior TB Laboratory Advisor (full time - long term)". in the MDR-TB Treatment & Prevention community.
http://tbe.taleo.net/NA1/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=PIH&cws=1&rid=287 Partners In Health-Lesotho (PIHL) seeks to employ a senior TB Laboratory Advisor (full time - long term). PIHL works to support the Lesotho Ministry of Health and Social Welfare at the district and national levels, to improve the health and promote the rights of the people of Lesotho by ...
Caoimhe Smyth started a discussion "PMDT Fellowship Training Program: PIH Lesotho, Sponsored by TBCARE II.". in the MDR-TB Treatment & Prevention community.
Partners In Health Lesotho, sponsored by the TBCARE II project through the United Stated Agency for International Development (USA) is pleased to announce a PMDT Fellowship Training Program which aims to train health care professionals in the programatic and clinical management of MDR-TB in September 2012. For more information and ...
Caoimhe Smyth recommended "PMDT Fellowship Training Program: PIH Lesotho, Sponsored by TBCARE II." in the community.