EDUCATE. HEAL. EMPOWER.
The International Emergency Medicine and Global Health Fellowship is a program organized through the Division of Emergency Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in collaboration with the MUSC Department of Public Health and OneWorld Health. The purpose of this Fellowship is to promote hands-on clinical field experience, educational initiatives, and research pertinent to the advancement of Global Health.
Each year, the Division of Emergency Medicine awards one EM Resident a stipend of up to $3000 toward an International Emergency Medicine Global Health project with OneWorld Health. The Resident may choose from sites in Uganda, Nicaragua, or Burundi. The scholarship is merit-based.
We have partnered with the Carolina Center for Occupational Health to offer participants in Global Health vaccines at a reduced rate. Please click here for more details.
With a focus on sustainable solutions to Global Health issues with a particular emphasis on community partnership, service-based education and entrepreneurship. We are looking for Fellows who have the desire to see strong, measurable impact from the ground up, both abroad and at home.