Leaders in Global Health Education Programs
Welcome to the UF College of Medicine’s Global Health Education Program. Our students and faculty engage with partners at home and abroad to develop physicians who use global health principles to provide excellent patient care with sensitivity to the social determinants of health.
We are currently monitoring the impact of the COVID19 upon our program and our partners to assure safety for all participants. The local global health equity pathway and all electives will operate in accordance with UF College of Medicine guidelines. All travel will be reviewed in accordance with University policy.
The Global Health Education Program aims to cultivate the global health physician using a step-wise approach to introduce students to health equity.
Global Health Foundations
Students will receive introduction to global health through participation in classroom and service learning activities.
Global Health Implementation
Students will further their understanding and discover global health skills through practical learning experiences.
Global Health Practice
Students interested in pursuit of careers in Global Health may apply the skills they have learned in Foundations and Implementation through local and global health equity focused electives in the fourth year.
Saturday, January 18th, 2020 Theme: Arts in Global Medicine: Integration and Healing Location: University of Central Florida College of Medicine, Lake Nona Health Sciences Campus Keynote Speaker: Jill Sonke, MA from the University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine
About the program
Need help with information about the Global Health Education Program? Contact the Office of International Medical Education Program
UF medical students and faculty provide care each year to thousands of individuals in five countries in the Western Hemisphere (Ecuador, Nicaragua, Mexico, Haiti and the Dominican Republic). Donations to Global Health are tax deductible, help off-set the total expenses of our trips and are non-refundable.