The University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill Emergency Medicine, Global Health, and Leadership Program (GHLP) is a 24-month fellowship program offered conjointly by the Department of Emergency Medicine and the Gillings School of Global Public Health. The UNC Emergency Medicine GHLP is geared toward physicians who have completed an accredited Emergency Medicine residency program and have strong career interests in the development of Emergency Medicine as a specialty in developing countries.
This program is comprised of three parts:
- coursework for the Masters of Public Health (MPH) at the Gillings School of Global Public Health;
- extended clinical time overseasfor clinical care and implementation of scholarly projects; and
- clinical experience and mentorship as a junior faculty member in Emergency Medicine at UNC School of Medicine.
At the end of the UNC Emergency Medicine, Global Health, and Leadership Program, fellows will have earned their MPH with a certificate in Global Health, completed a publishable project, and garnered invaluable clinical experience as a junior faculty member in the Department of Emergency Medicine at UNC. Graduates will be well positioned for leadership positions in Emergency Medicine and Global Health.
Global Health and Leadership Program Documents: