Global Health Scholars Program
The mission of the OHSU Internal Medicine (IM) Global Health Scholars Program is to supplement and enrich a robust internal medicine curriculum with opportunities in global health. In this regard, the OHSU IM Global Health Scholars Program endorses a broad definition of Global Health rooted in interdisciplinary collaboration to promote better health for all (Koplan, et al. June 2009).
OHSU IM Global Health Scholars will (1) participate in local interdisciplinary lectures and journal clubs, (2) learn from online modules and selected readings, and (3) rotate through local and international clinical sites during the second and third year of residency. The IM Global Health Scholars Program is an optional supplement to OHSU's Internal Medicine residency curriculum for those residents with an interest in Global Health.
Local Global Health Clinical Electives
Global Health Scholars, in their second year, may select an Indian Health Service clinical rotation (options include sites in Yellowhawk Tribal Health Clinic in Pendleton, Oregon; Chemawa Health Center, in Salem, Oregon; or Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage, Alaska) or stay locally in Portland and rotate through correction medicine sites, Southwest Community Health Center (a safety net clinic) and Community Resource and Referral Center (focused on homeless Veterans).
The OHSU Global Health Center facilitates collaboration with the global health community to promote quality and equity in health worldwide. OHSU networks with domestic and international communities and is developing programs for students, faculty, staff and partners that will promote global health awareness, research, education and advocacy.The mission of OHSU Globalis to partner with the best public and private institutions in Southeast Asiato enhance OHSU's leadership in health and science innovation