Yale/Johnson & Johnson Physician Scholars in International Health
By placing physicians trained in the US face-to-face with the broad range of health care needs in the developing world, the Yale International Health Program (IHP) hopes to instill a sense of global citizenry and create local and international community activists in health. The established program sites are in Eritrea, Honduras; Tugela Ferry, South Africa; Ugana and Vietnam. Two medicine residents in the last two years have received grants through the
Yale/Johnson & Johnson Scholars in International Health Program.
Partnerships with additional organizations or institutions are also possible through the Global Health Program.