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The goal of the International Emergency and Public Health Fellowship is to develop an area of expertise in public health and international emergency medicine for physicians interested in pursuing a career in global health research and practice.
The aim of the International Emergency and Public Health Fellowship curriculum is to integrate formal public health training with international field research and practice.
The main components of the fellowship are:
Focus can vary based on interest and can include the following elements:
Fellows will be expected to produce at least 1 peer reviewed research manuscript at completion of fellowship program.
Fellows will successfully complete an MPH degree at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Fellows will successfully complete two months as teaching attending at JHU over the two years.
Fellows will be required to work 800 clinical hours per academic year.
Board Prepared or Certified in Emergency Medicine
Usually July 1, but mid-year candidates can be considered
Application material may be submitted to the International Emergency Medicine Fellowship consortium website, however in addition a separate application must also be sent via email to JohnsHopkinsIEM@gmail.com
The application deadline is September 15th 2013.
Alexander Vu, DO, MPH
Director, International Emergency & Public Health Fellowship
Department of Emergency Medicine
Alexander Vu became fellowship director of the International Emergency and Public Health program at Johns Hopkins University in 2005. His work and research are focused on developing measurement methods and interventions to improve health outcomes of displaced populations in humanitarian emergencies.
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