The Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital is committed to the education and training of future physicians through residencies, fellowships, collaborations with colleagues at sites globally, as well as through courses, cases and online communities.
Coursework in research methods, public policy, and global health advocacy
Research and patient-care experiences in impoverished settings at sites around the world
Continuing Medical Education Courses
The Continuing Medical Education (CME) Course, “Understanding Global Healthcare Delivery,” is taught through lectures and case discussions, and provides participants with an understanding of the complexities of delivering healthcare in low-resource settings.
Global Health Delivery Intensive Course
The Global Health Delivery Intensive Program (GHDI) is a three-week program with classes in epidemiology, management science, and health care delivery. The GHDI is intended for mid-career global health professionals who seek training in global health delivery concepts and skills.
Victor Dzau Lecture in Global Health Equity
Each year, the Victor Dzau Lecturefeatures a leader in global health to discuss research, clinical work or an innovative and replicable approach to improving healthcare delivery.
Monthly Grand Rounds
The Global Health Equity Seminars and Seriesprovides an interactive forum for both speakers and attendees to stay abreast of their colleagues’ work, share best practices, and receive constructive feedback from peers in the global health community.