The Hubert-Yeargan Center for Global Health provides 2 to 3 month Global Health Elective Rotations for Duke Cardiology Fellows and Duke residents in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Neurology and the combined programs of Internal Medicine/Pediatrics and Internal Medicine/Psychiatry.
These elective rotations provide a valuable and unique experience for our residents. In addition to choosing from a wide selection of available locations, residents will conduct research and/or provide clinical care to patients abroad. In limited locations, only visual observation is permitted, however, many opportunities are available for residents to expand their teaching and lecturing skills.
To learn more about the value of a global health rotation, view our orientation presentation.
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Criteria for candidate selection include:
Preference will be given to individuals who have already demonstrated a commitment to global health issues, specifically within the developing world.
Duke Cardiology Fellows (PGY 5 & 6) and Duke Residents from the Departments of Medicine (PGY 2), Pediatrics (PGY 2), Neurology (PGY 3), Med-Peds (PGY 3), and Med-Psych (PGY 4) may apply for rotations that will begin during the next academic year in either July or March.
In order to be considered for a Global Health Elective Rotation, applicants must provide the following:
Applications should be sent electronically to the Hubert-Yeargan Center Program Coordinator (Tara Pemble, firstname.lastname@example.org). Placements are competitive and contingent upon the qualifications of the applicant and availability.