Education and Training
The Global Health Medicine program offers educational opportunities along the continuum of your career. Choose from a wide range of topics that are available both as online and in-person courses to start building or expanding your knowledge in global health and tropical and travel medicine.
The Global Health Pathway is one of several core tracks offered to medicine and medicine-pediatrics residents. More than 80 medicine and medicine-pediatrics residents have completed international rotations through our partner sites since 2000.
For Practicing Healthcare Providers
Global Health Medicine offers a wide range of topics and courses to practicing healthcare providers designed to increase knowledge and skills in serving a globally mobile population.
Global Health Medicine offers a wide range of courses-- in-person and online-- to meet your educational needs.
Consider joining us for one of our in-person courses to experience insights from worldly renowned global health faculty and experts that share their knowledge on global health topics. Courses include:
For our online courses, you can complete all of our courses at your own pace. Global Health Medicine courses are asynchronous - meaning you don’t have to attend online classes at a specific time. Our courses are developed by faculty and technologists who understand the specific needs of learners in an online environment. We continue to integrate new technologies into our courses to support our online learners. Courses include:
Global Health Course
The online Global Health Course consists of seven modules that can be completed at any time and at your own pace.You can register for all modules together or for one or more individual modules at a time. Learn more about the Global Health Course.
- Travel and Tropical Infectious Disease
- Honoring Choices Across Cultures
- Family Medicine Global Health
- Pediatrics Global Health
Want to try an online course?
We offer a free online Introduction to Immigrant and Refugee Health course that provides a glimpse into our global health content.