Our fellows spend 7.5-12 months at one of our priority partnership locations performing clinical care, educating, and conducting research. Additionally, they will earn a master of science in global health, and serve as an emergency medicine faculty member while at Duke.
Now accepting applications for July 2022 start
The GHP core curriculum focuses on clinical practice, research, and health policy in low-resource settings. GHP Trainees will obtain a profound appreciation for the social determinates and consequences of health disparities in the communities where they work.
Trainees spend 9-12 months engaged in a collaborative research project of global health significance at their partner site. Trainees will deepen their understanding of health disparities, improve their clinical problem solving abilities and physical examination proficiency.
- Produce one or more global health-oriented manuscript of publishable quality.
- Complete a master's thesis.
- Present a topical or project-related academic talk to the Duke medical or global health community.
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- Updated curriculum vitae - Two letters of recommendation from faculty (one may be from your Program Director). Faculty members should send their recommendation letters directly to firstname.lastname@example.org - Personal Statement (1-3 pages) describing your reasons for pursuing the Global Health Pathway should include: - A description of any prior work/experiences overseas related to caring for underserved populations - Personal qualities that will prepare you for this position - A clear articulation of your career goals - How this program will help you accomplish your career goals
Send application materials electronically to Hubertemail@example.com. A selection committee will interview top candidates shortly after the application deadline.
Eligibility and Criteria for Selection
Eligible applicants must have completed ACGME requirements for Emergency Medicine and be board eligible prior to participating in the Global Health Residency/Fellowship Pathway. Criteria for selection include: - Strong recommendation from Residency Program Director - Academic qualifications - Demonstrated maturity, integrity, and cross cultural awareness/sensitivity - Relevance of global health training to future career plans - Prior international experience - Strength of personal interview
Applications may only be submitted between
Jul 01, 2021 at 12:00AM
Sep 30, 2021 at 11:55PM
Application Deadline : Sep 30, 2021
All application materials must be received before midnight on September 30, 2021.
Interviews Begin : Oct 01, 2021
Interviews will be held in October and scheduled based on applicant and faculty availability. In order to comply with institutional policies, all interviews will be held virtually.