Education and Travel
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Are you interested in traveling overseas on behalf of OHSU?
Students - effective January 2017, all
students traveling abroad for educational credit will need to complete the
revised Travel Questionnaire and Faculty Approval form, which can be found on
the Risk Management website.
Any students who have already submitted their travel plans or will do so before the end of the year do NOT need to resubmit."
Residents & Fellows - Click here to view the pre-travel guidelines
Before you travel, all faculty, staff and students are required to fill out the Off Campus Authorization and Visual Compliance forms. The Visual Compliance form ensures that your OHSU issued phone/laptop/portable device is approved to bring on your trip).
Overseas Pre-Travel Training
OHSU Global offers an overseas pre-travel training course for residents, fellows and students who plan on participating in overseas rotations. Preparation is essential to acquire background training before embarking on study, teaching, research, or clinical practice overseas.
Students from across the university, residents and fellows are required to take the course prior to overseas travel. The course offers 37 video classes. Students, residents and fellows are asked to choose three (3) videos from the core curriculum and seven (7) from elective subjects for a total of 10 hours of online training. After viewing a video, which typically runs 1 –1 ¼ hour, you will be required to complete a short multiple choice quiz to obtain credit for the online class.
Residency directors may also require an additional two (2) hours of specialty online material for their residents.
Click here. Once registration is complete, you will receive an email with instructions for accessing the course on Sakai.
Current Course Offerings
Global Health Interprofessional Library
variety of self-paced, clinically oriented courses providing critical knowledge
and skills, offered through the University of Minnesota in partnership with the
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Lectures are from local and
international faculty and are delivered via video and PowerPoint. Please contact us for more information.