A Quick History of Health

Determining You Calling through Internship in a Third World Hospital

If the goal of internship in pre-med or pre-health is to have an opportunity that would allow students to either gain an interest in their future work experience through real world exposure, build their portfolio and establish a network of professional contacts who can help them after graduation, then there could be no better place than to have them in the third world soil. There is nothing wrong with having internship at your local hospital because you will surely benefit from it, but there are more benefits if you do so especially in a third world hospital.

The deeper your clinical exposure the better equipped you become if you are tracking to one day be a physician, a nurse, physical therapist etc. If you earn your internship in a third world hospital, you will better understand your motivations in pursuing the health profession. Another benefit of having internship in a third world hospital is the enhanced confidence in your own hospital setting.

In a third world setting, you will have a chance to assess yourself if this profession is right for you since here you will be encountering different kinds of medical situations with very little resources, you will have to bear the smell of sick patients all day, and you will have to interact with these patients which will help you discern if it gives you energy or not. This will actually be your testing ground in how deep your desire to be a medical practitioner is, to be exposed in a place which is not like what you are used to having, and this is the reason why nurses who come from these parts of the world are well trained and when they go to the US, the exhibit a true heart concern for the sick.
Lessons Learned from Years with Internships

Other than building a kind of resume for the future, having that sort of clinical exposure on your resume can even open your doors to research opportunities or become a part of an international professional network thus expanding your career horizons. In other words, you become more attractive not only in scholarly world or in academia but also in the industry. You get this opportunities because you are adequately equipped compared to those who had their internship at home. You will also be viewed as more mature. And another thing you gain from working in a third world country is sharpening your communication skills which is very important in establishing good working relationships. IN summary, if you have your internship abroad, you will enhance cultural and global awareness and sharpens your proficiency with a foreign language.
A Quick History of Health

An intern works at a company for a fixed period of three to six months. You can be a part time intern or a full time intern. If you have full time internship it is just like being a regular hospital employee.