Accepting Applicants for 2022 Application Cycle to start in July 2023!
Global Health Fellows at MUSC are faculty in the Department of Emergency medicine at the level of Clinical Instructor and as such will provide bedside teaching to residents and medical students at MUSC. They play an important role as educators to residents completing the Global Health Residency Track. In addition, they will have opportunities to assist in teaching Global Health Electives, pre-departure training of medical students and residents, training and supervision of medical students and residents working on overseas rotations. Furthermore fellows provide didactic and bedside teaching to overseas medical staff and trainees.
Academic Global Health Training Program Opportunities
Fellows also complete an Academic Global Health training program which may include one or more of the following:
i. Masters of Public Health
ii. Masters of Education in the Health Professions
iii. Masters of Science in Global Health or Population Health
iv. Certificate or Diploma programs in Global Health including but not limited to: -HELP Red Cross Health Emergencies in Large Populations,
-Certificate or Diploma program in Global Health and Tropical Disease
Other training programs may fulfill this requirement if pre-approved by the Fellowship Director and the Division Director
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If you are interested in applying, please let us know! When you contact the program director with your interest, you will be sent an application form to complete, along with submitting your CV, personal statement and letter(s) of recommendation
Submit Application form along with: 1. A copy of your current CV 2. Personal statement: In 500-1000 words provide a brief description of why you have chosen to apply to our program. Focus on how your goals for your fellowship may be met by and are in synchrony with the mission of the Division of Global Health at MUSC 3. A minimum of one letter of recommendation. You may submit two letters, but only one is required
Applicants must have completed residency training in Emergency Medicine