Global Health at BIDMC
The BIDMC Global Health Program aims to train leaders in global health to be effective practitioners in underserved, resource-limited settings and to design, manage, improve and evaluate global public health programs that address the health problems of the world's neediest populations.
- Global Health Curriculum Sessions, which are held every two weeks and include journal clubs, case-presentations, group discussions, practical skills sessions and talk by various experts in their fields. Attendance is open to all.
- Opportunities for Global Health rotations during residency or fellowship.
- Opportunities to participate in Harvard global health academic courses.
- Global Health elective opportunities are also offered to non-BIDMC residents. See details.
Core Participating Departments
Please visit the pages below for information on participating residency and fellowship programs. Additional departments have supported and/or are willing to support residents interested in global health. Please contact them directly to inquire.