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Zimbabwe Global Health Resident Elective
1-year Fellowship for Global Health in Anesthesia
Designed for anesthesia providers interested in incorporating global health into their careers, this one year fellowship combines instruction regarding the complexities that lead to global health disparities and the skill set needed to provide safe and effective anesthetics in austere environments. The fellowship start date is flexible.
Yale/Stanford Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholars Program
The program strengthens health care infrastructure and diagnostic skills at host settings, works to diminish “brain drain” from the developing world by building bilateral partnerships, and develops an effective response to the host country’s specific health care needs. The Yale/Stanford Johnson & Johnson HOPE Centers will be marked by resource support, enhanced clinical research, and medical education and exchange at each level of the continuing medical education process.
Developing an Introductory Ethics Curriculum for Short-Term Global Health Training
Stanford University School of Medicine
Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine
Within the Stanford Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, the mission of the Global Anesthesia Division is to expand patient advocacy locally and across the globe through collaborative partnerships, ethical clinical engagement, medical education, and translational research.
The Global Anesthesia Division aims to ensure equity in access to safe and effective perioperative care worldwide. The division addresses disparities in access through its focus on medical education, public health awareness, research and publications, mentorship, and bi-directional collaborations; continuously striving to maintain high levels of ethical consideration. The division aspires primarily to benefit better patient outcomes by expanding the Global Health awareness and skill set of medical providers both at Stanford and within our partner organizations.
The Global Anesthesia Division aims to ensure equity in access to safe and effective perioperative care worldwide. The division addresses disparities in access through its focus on the following: