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Global Health and International Emergency Medicine

The department of emergency medicine at Yale has a strong history of commitment to global health education. Graduates of the residency program have consistently gone on to pursue advanced training in international medicine and many of our graduates are engaged in global health careers. Our graduates direct several top international emergency medicine fellowship programs, lead a variety of global health initiatives, and many are actively engaged in emergency humanitarian response with leading governmental and non-governmental agencies. Our recent projects include:

  • Analysis of trauma data from network of hospitals in war-affected Syria
  • Factors impacting health for refugees before and after resettlement
  • Non-communicable disease management in East Africa
  • Road traffic injuries in low- and middle-income countries
  • Health impacts of policy in USAID Feed the Future target countries
  • Assessment, monitoring and evaluation of programs in complex humanitarian emergencies

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