A two-week intensive Institute being offered at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, focusing on the science and application of nutrition, and the relationship between nutrition and human development. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion upon the conclusion of the Institute's curriculum.
Full-time volunteer opportunity to attend to patients in a primary care clinic serving impoverished families in the Antigua, Guatemala area. Volunteers may also have the opportunity to attend to patients at a rural health post in a small indigenous village once a week. Applicants must have completed three years of medical school or be physicians. This position includes a living stipend. A commitment of one year or more is preferred
Community for Children is a 4-week elective designed to prepare future physicians to provide compassionate, effective leadership within community collaborations. Application is open to upper level medical students, residents, fellows, and MPH students and there is no tuition fee.
CURE International transforms the lives of disabled children and their families in the developing world through medical and spiritual healing, serving all by establishing specialty teaching hospitals, building partnerships, and advocating for these children.