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.
Duke University's Program on Global Policy and Governance, held during the summer in Geneva, Switzerland, provides students with an 8-12 week internship, an intensive one-week course,and networking opportunities. Students intern at organizations within the United Nations, such as WHO, or other international NGOs.
Edward A. Ulzen Memorial Foundation (EAUMF) Global Health Program
Summer internship, Volunteer
2-12 week immersion in 3 healthcare settings in Elmina, Ghana. The program is suitable for all pre-health undergraduates, medical students and volunteer healthcare professionals. Opportunities for community service outside of healthcare environments also exist.Immersion is with local health care providers in primary care and public health.