Global Health Week at Children's National

Introduction to Global Child Health Elective
This elective course is offered twice per year  (Spring & Fall) to Children's National Health Systems (CNHS) residents, fellows, faculty and staff. All disciplines are welcome to attend. The course is sponsored by the Pediatric Residency Program and the CNHS Global Health Initiative.  Through case discussions and interactive didactic presentations, global child health topics, such as malaria, malnutrition, rheumatic heart disease, pneumonia and HIV are covered.  Speakers from local entities such as USAID, Save the Children and JSI routinely contribute to the course.  The field experience of those who have spent varying lengths of time practicing medicine, working in public health and crafting child health policy abroad is shared. 

 
Read more about the program:
►  Schedule_Global Health Course_Fall 2017_final version.pdf
►  Speaker Bios - Global Health Course - Fall 2017.pdf
►  Objectives_Global Health Course_Fall 2017.pdf

Next course:  March 5 - 9, 2018  

Contact Dr. Kathy Ferrer if you have any questions regarding the course or are interested in participating.  


Immigrant Health Elective

This “local” global health elective allows residents to rotate at primary care sites serving a large, diverse immigrant population in Washington, DC, as well as work with a medico-legal partnership, community organizations and complete an online curriculum. For more information, please email Dr. Nathalie Quion.  

International Electives