Global Health at BIDMC
The BIDMC Global Health Program aims to train leaders in global health to design, manage, improve and evaluate global public health programs that address the health problems of the world’s neediest populations.
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.
|New Fellowship Opportunity|
|The BIDMC-Botswana program now offers a fellowship opportunity for those interested in learning, teaching and providing care in a resource-limited setting|