The mission of the Division of Global Emergency Medicine is to provide high-quality, culturally competent, emergency care, education, research, and leadership in resource-limited settings across the globe. The division engages residents, medical students, physician assistants, and fellows in global emergency medicine collaborations from institutions around the world.
The division provides education on global health issues as an integral part of the Emergency Medicine Residency program, Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship, medical school, graduate, and undergraduate curricula.
Faculty, residents, and fellows have participated in international educational, research, and relief activities in Rwanda, Kenya, Bangladesh, Nepal, Colombia, Haiti, Bahamas, American Samoa,Nicaragua, Liberia, Fiji, Libya, Turkey, South Sudan, Ecuador, Ghana, Tanzania, and Uganda.
The division is proud to offer a two-year academic fellowship in global emergency medicine affiliated with the Alpert Medical School and Brown's School of Public Health. More information about the fellowship is available on our Global EM Fellowship pages.
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