Paige Stewart Director of Admissions and Founder
IUHS seeks to provide leadership in medical education while maintaining a culturally competent and diverse academic workplace. From a global perspective, IUHS prepares its students and future healthcare providers for an increasingly interconnected world.
Because the practice of medicine is full of change, IUHS encourages its graduates to participate in lifelong learning and the pursuit of evidence-based medical practice supporting advances in patient care, community service, research and education.
All of the University’s programs are designed to ensure graduates have the ability to:
- Engage in productive professional partnerships with care team members to acquire, evaluate and communicate information.
- Apply critical reasoning to medical care and reduce reliance on didactic educational methods.
- Apply understanding of illness to its prevention, identification, and management, and to the promotion of maintenance of health.
- Apply understanding of the practice of medicine in a community or population.
- Take responsibility for personal learning and the development of continuing education skills.
- Participate in lifelong learning and the pursuit of evidence-based medical practice supporting advances in patient care, community service, research and education.