The Maryland-based health care informatics company CTIS and its founders, Raj and Bharti Shah, have collaborated with the Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education and Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College to equip and dispatch a custom-designed mobile health care services van in the state of Maharashtra in India.
The Medical School for International Health (MSIH) is a four-year North American Style curriculum taught in English that begins at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, where the first three years of core coursework and clerkships take place. MSIH students then complete clinical electives in the US and Canada, and culminate the program with a two month global health clerkship in an under-resourced clinical setting.
The Office of Global Health Education at Weill Cornell Medicine was established to create a sustainable and innovative global health program that engages multidisciplinary faculty and medical students in wide-ranging service, research, and educational activities, including the newly created Global Health Area of Concentration. The longitudinal Area of Concentration features didactic coursework, experiential learning, and a mentored pathway for engaging with local and international communities.
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a world-leading centre for research and postgraduate education in public and global health. Our mission is to improve health and health equity in the UK and worldwide; working in partnership to achieve excellence in public and global health research, education and translation of knowledge into policy and practice.
The School of Public Health at University of Maryland, College Park offers a 12-credit post-baccalaureate Certificate in Global Public Health program for professionals and current students that prepares students to identify and analyze major health problems in a global society and to develop skills for designing targeted programs, interventions and campaigns to address those challenges. For further information please click here.
Global Health Diaries recounts the reflections of medical students, residents, and physicians at University of Vermont College of Medicine and Western Connecticut Health Network engaged in global health electives around the world, including in Uganda, Russia, Zimbabwe, Vietnam, and the Dominican Republic. During these six-week global health rotations focused on clinical work as well as cultural immersion, participants gain a deeper understanding of medicine across cultures while giving back to individuals and communities.