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  • Author:
    MD Jack Chase,MD Jessica Evert
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    1462014208
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    978-1462014200
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    iUniverse.com; 2nd ed. edition (June 13, 2011)
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Global Health Training in Graduate Medical Education" is a guide to help medical schools, residency programs, students, residents, fellows, educators and allied health professionals create, expand and improve global health education. Investigate the history of global health work, learn from the experience of established programs and health care leaders, seek out new educational resources, and consider the ethical implications of health work in communities at home and abroad. iUniverse, Authorhouse.

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Global health training in graduate medical education: A guidebook, 2nd ed. Bloomington: iUniverse. Huffman, S. Pirtle, and K. Chan. Caring for the world: A guidebook to global health opportunities. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Evert, . P. Drain, and T. Hall, eds. 2014. Developing residency training in global health: A guidebook.

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Global health training in graduate medical education: a guidebook. San Francisco (CA): Global Health Education Consor-tium; 2011. nts/ d%20Faculty/GH Training in GME Guidebook 2Ed. As global health is a new field, faculties and schools may benefit from resources and guidance to develop global health modules and teaching materials.

By Jessica Evert et al. Paperback, 380 Pages. This book provides evidence, theory, and practical information to guide astute program development and gold standard practices. Topics covered include ethics, pre-departure training, competencies, partnership structures, and much more. In addition, need-to-know resources and networking opportunities are detailed.

Global Health Training in Graduate Medical Education is a guide to help medical schools, residency programs, students, residents, fellows, educators and allied health professionals create, expand and improve global health education. Investigate the history of global health work, learn from the experience of established programs and health care leaders, seek out new educational resources, and consider the ethical implications of health work in communities at home and abroad.