Family Medicine – Global Health


Fellowship Core Responsibilities –  4 essentials to the program
Clinical practice at Rural hospitals:  Emergency medicine or Hospitalist practice
96 hours per month for 9 months per year.
Clinical instructor in the Department of Family Medicine
1 half day per week of clinic attending at PH/USC Family Medicine Center
3 weeks of attending on Family Medicine inpatient service
16 half days of attending in the Family Medicine Travel Clinic
Formal training in Public Health
MPH through the Arnold School of Public Health
Fellowship Didactics at 7am on Tuesday mornings
Journal Club 
Core Curriculum:
International service/research project
The two year program will be invested at a specific international partner site
PGY- 4 year,  August:   1-2 week initial visit to evaluate the partner site and collaboratively plan a feasible research and service program
PGY-4 year, January – March:  3 month stay at international site for initial evaluation and detailed planning for implementation of research/service program
PGY-5 year, August – October:  3 month stay at international site for implementation of research/service program. 
PGY-5 year, February :  Evaluation of effects of intervention. 
Elective Opportunities – May pursue one or two as time permits:
Longitudinal HIV clinic
Point of Care Ultrasound
Refugee Clinic
Prenatal care among the Latina population
Other potential options that could be explored: Maternity Care, Medical Student Education, Simulation, Interprofessional Education, Dental, Endoscopy, Trauma