Health and Wholeness for All People
There can be many reasons why teaching overseas is not possible for you.
Over the coming months PRIME will be looking into the possibility of developing a platform and materials to support distance learning. We are looking for experienced and committed individuals to help us consider the options, develop a business plan and in due course, we hope, to create and populate an online learning platform. Experience could be in either developing whole person materials, online learning or IT.
The International Email is published each month with one selected article each time. It is distributed to members of the PRIME Network who have expressed an interest in the concept of whole person care. Articles can be narrative, review or research based and are particularly welcome from those living or working in developing nations.
Purpose: To write new contemporary articles relating to whole person care.
Commitment: Occasional or one off. Articles may be submitted at any time and will be considered by the Editorial Board, whose decisions will be final.
Purpose: To develop and lead a PRIME Local Group for networking, encouragement and support of local PRIME tutors and supporters. Commitment: Occasional local meetings, ideally alternate months or quarterly but could be variable to suit the members of the group.
Purpose: To provide pastoral, encouragement and general support for PRIME’s Team Leaders, Tutors and potential tutors usually by telephone. Commitment: Bi-monthly meetings plus direct contact with allocated Teams prior to and after a programme by Skype or in person.
Purpose: To plan and develop programmes for PRIME’s international conferences, to include: Annual Conference, Tutor Training and Team Leader Training events. Commitment: Commitment will vary according to the requirements of the different conferences. A large part of the work of this group is likely to be email-based.
DMH is designed for those working in mental health and related professions in developing countries. Editions are themed and a new edition is published four times a year.Articles can be narrative, review or research based and are particularly welcome from those living or working in developing nations. Purpose: To write new contemporary articles relating to mental health in developing countries. Commitment: Occasional or one off. Articles may be submitted at any time and will be considered by the Editorial Board, whose decisions will be final. Accepted articles may be held on file for use in future editions with a suitable theme.
Purpose: To assist in the strategic development of PRIME’s activities, by: supporting team leaders to develop strategies for their areas of work, helping identify gaps, opportunities and new links for PRIME across regions and teams, ensuring mentorship for new team leaders, where appropriate and supporting the International Development Officer in their role. Our Regional Strategy Groups are open to Team Leaders, regional partners and others with an interest in an area. Commitment: Varies by group. By Skype or in person. Currently Regional Strategy Groups are operating for: