Ob/Gyn Global & Community Health Medical Education


showing breech skills training from aboveThe Division of Global and Community Health offers numerous opportunities for education and mentorship in global and community health for OB/GYN residents and fellows and Harvard Medical School students.

Global Health
  • Clinical Education
    • Resident longitudinal clinics at community health centers
  • Didactics
    • Global and community health residency curriculum
    • Optional bi-weekly BIDMC global health lectures and journal clubs
  • Electives
    • Second-year and third-year electives at Scottish Livingstone Hospital in Botswana or other international sites with core faculty
  • Mentorship
    • Our core faculty provide individual resident mentorship in global and community health

Additionally, PGY1 residents can apply for the BIDMC Global Health Track for PGY2-4, which includes:

  • A mentored global health project
  • Participation in a global health delivery course
  • Interdisciplinary global health curricular sessions

The Department of OB/GYN, BIDMC, and the broader community at Harvard Medical School and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, also offer additional resources and a rich community of colleagues dedicated to global and community health.

Community Health