Harry Owens, Jr, MD, MIM
Dr. Owens spent many years in family medical practice and international health. Harry continues to do volunteer health care work in the Alaskan Arctic with the Eskimos, and extensively overseas in remote Third World settings of the Brazilian Amazon, the jungles, with the Maasai people in the Serengeti Plains of Tanzania in East Africa, and the Mid East. Dr Owens spent seven months in the Antarctic working with the National Science Foundation at one of their permanent Research Base Stations. He holds degrees in Biology and Medicine from St. Louis University, and a Masters in International Management (MIM) from the Thunderbird Garvin Graduate School of International Management.
Professor Harry works as a consultant in human potentiation programs, medical management, cross-cultural communications, and health care and societal futuristics. He conducts workshops and seminars, and has lectured extensively in the United States and overseas. Part of the year he works as a consultant for St. Charles Medical Center (Bend, Oregon) which is a hospital that is pioneering on the cutting edge with their Healing Healthcare Project – creating healthier communities.
Harry makes his home in a little cabin on the McKenzie River, located in the Willamette National Forest a short distance from McKenzie Bridge, Oregon. In any given year he makes time for wilderness hiking and camping (his avocation), and occasionally participates in group wilderness trips teaching wilderness medicine and survival.
PO Box 7107
Bend, Oregon 97708 USA
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