The GHI welcomes participation from medical residents. Global health rotations for residents are developed and approved through their respective departments.
Keys to Success
The GHI has found that residents are most likely to benefit from these rotations when:
- The department has developed a global health residency track that prepares the resident for this experience.
- The rotation is at an established exchange site.
- Faculty are involved before and during the rotation.
- The objectives of the rotation are clearly defined.
- A post rotation report is submitted with recommendations for future participants.
What are the requirements?
- Departmental approval from the University of Utah.
- Approval and coordination with the international site.
- Supervision of the rotation is confirmed
- A consultation for health and safety must be completed.
Who do I contact about an international rotation?
Please contact your residency director. The Global Health Initiative office can provide information about sites where exchange programs are already in place.
How do I contact the GHI?
See our contact information.