MED 896A Global Health: Clinical and Community Care
This 3 week, interactive course is open to fourth-year medical students, residents, and faculty interested in serving in low and middle income countries of the world. Please go to the Clinical Course menu option above for details of this course, which began in 1982 and now has 700 alumni.
Global Health Distinction Track for University of Arizona Medical students
The Global Health Distinction Track is an academic program open to medical students at the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson.
The Distinction Track introduces students to the interdisciplinary challenges of clinical and public health care in developing nations. Students will:
- Apply evidence-based medical knowledge in health care settings around the world
- Learn from colleagues and global health experts abroad
- Help to overcome obstacles in resource limited settings
Students involved in this track return better prepared to advocate for health equity and to provide care to patients and communities in Arizona, the United States, and world-wide.