Unique Components of the Global Health/Health Equity Track

  • On-site didactics in Gainesville, Florida include:
    • Global Health Morning Reports
      • Sessions include case-based presentations and morning report group discussions
    • Local/Global Health Equity Seminar Series
      • Guest lecturers from various experts in their field address important topics in Global Health/Health Equity
  • Opportunities for Global Health away-rotations during residency
    • Hospital Bernard Mevs and St. Luke Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
      • Hospital Bernard Mevs is Haiti’s only trauma and critical care hospital which also provides primary care clinics
  • Opportunities to participate in global health scholarly activities
  • Enhanced mentorship and career counseling in global health medicine
  • Research opportunities in non-communicable diseases, infectious disease, and cancer awareness, prevention, screening, and treatment

Requirements of Global Health/Health Equity Track Residents

  • Participate in global health-centered scholarly activity with the goal of presenting at the annual Consortium of Universities in Global Health conference (http://www.cugh.org)
  • Attend global health morning reports with attendence of ≥ 50%
  • Present 2-3 global health morning reports in PGY-2 and PGY-3 year. These morning reports can be focused on case-presentations from hospital experiences in Haiti.
  • During PGY-2 year, attend at least a 2 week ultrasound rotation and at least a 2 week infectious disease rotation
  • Participate in mobile clinic during ambulatory rotation months
  • Participate in two 1-month rotations abroad at our approved Haiti rotation sites