deliver better health for all, while at the same time succeed in your professional career
Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
Dr. Elvira Beracochea, global health leader, mentor, coach and MIDEGO CEO hosts “Global Health Leaders” on BlogTalkRadio every Friday at 9 a.m. EST. This show will present the work of leaders from all over the world who strive to improve health systems to ensure better health outcomes for their countries and citizens. February’s guest list includes Laura Parajon on February 1st. Laura will be talking with Dr. Elvira about her work in Nicaragua. On February 8th, Dr. Elvira’s guest will be Dr. Lubunga, talking about his work in the DRC. There will not be a show for February 15th, but Dr. Elvira will return the following week (February 22nd) with guest Laura Altobelli, discussing her work in Peru.
Learn about what it takes to succeed by improving health systems and achieving better outcomes in global health. Dr. Elvira welcomes questions from the audience to “help you deliver better health for all, while at the same time succeed in your professional career!”
Callers are welcome to join the conversation during the show by calling (347) 857-3528 or by Skype™. Listeners are also welcome to e-mail questions for Dr. Elvira and her guest before the show to radio(at)midego(dot)com. Questions will be answered on air. The live, Internet talk-radio show will stream from the host page at http://blogtalkradio.com/global-health-leaders. An archive is available immediately following the show or listeners can subscribe to the archives via the RSS feed. Follow the discussion and read more about host Dr. Elvira Beracochea and MIDEGO, Inc. by visiting the show's home page.
“This radio show is a must-listen for any health professional aspiring to achieve more in their work and advance in their careers,” says Dr. Elvira Beracochea, host of the program. “A successful career in global health is very much possible for every health professional and I hope to help the current as well as next generation of global health professionals, no matter where they live and work to achieve amazing outcomes!” Dr. Elvira Beracochea, a global health leader, mentor and coach is the CEO of MIDEGO, Inc.—a Global Health and Development firm dedicated to helping groups and individuals in developing countries meet the Millennium Development Goals.
About “Global Health Leaders”
Hosted by BlogTalkRadio, “Global Health Leaders” is an interactive, live Internet talk-radio show that focuses on the career development of health professionals anywhere in the world so they can all become leaders in their own field. Dr. Elvira Beracochea believes that change is brought about by those who rise up to the challenges, but they do not have to do it alone! Through the coming months, host Dr. Elvira Beracochea will explore and provide perspective on the many different aspects of developing a successful career in global health, ways to become a true leader and to develop an efficient health system. Guests featured on this program will provide relevant advice and tips that help them to succeed and make real contributions to the field of global health.
Callers are encouraged to call (347) 857-3528 or by Skype™ MIDEGO at midegousa to listen or ask questions. The stream and archives are available at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/global-health-leaders . The show is live every Friday morning at 9 a.m. Eastern/ Washington DC time.
Founded in 2005, MIDEGO is a well-established global health consulting company, specialized in professional and organizational effectiveness in the health sector. MIDEGO’s mission is to help countries exceed the Millennium Development Goals, hence the name of the company. MIDEGO helps clients improve how they work and save more lives while advancing in their careers. MIDEGO also works with partners to create and implement effective and efficient organizational health development strategies that are led by empowered local leaders. MIDEGO’s online training and coaching programs help health professionals realize their career mission by leading the kind of changes they know they need to bring about in their countries.
- Donor organizations that want to achieve sustainable results by empowering local health professionals,
- Non-governmental and private sector health organizations that want to improve the services they provide and ensure they achieve their goals , and
- Health professionals worldwide whose vision is to improve the quality, efficiency and consistency as well as the coverage of health services and contribute to the overall all goal of global health: achieving the Millennium Development Goals and health for all.
Find out more at http://www.midego.com