About the fellowship.
This two year fellowship encourages a public health and human rights approach to the practice of emergency medicine, both domestically and globally. Through clinical rotations, in-house tutorials, certificate and online courses, independent projects, and field work, we accomplish training our fellows to develop the adult and pediatric clinical skills. With this, our fellows develop the knowledge necessary to address the global impact of 1) emergency medicine: acute manifestations of non communicable, chronic illnesses, in addition to other common illnesses, injuries, and refugee work, 2) infectious diseases: HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, tropical and emerging infectious diseases, 3) acute and chronic diseases, violence and injuries presenting to emergency rooms in resource limited settings, and 4) international travelers seeking pre/post travel medical care.
The fellowship fosters a collaboration with our partners for capacity building through training and education in the EM clinical practice and research.