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Center for Refugee and Disaster Response
Center for Refugee and Disaster Response
Center for Refugee and Disaster Response
Center for Refugee and Disaster Response
Center for Refugee and Disaster Response
Center for Refugee and Disaster Response
Center for Refugee and Disaster Response
Center for Refugee and Disaster Response
Center for Refugee and Disaster Response
Center for Refugee and Disaster Response
 

International Emergency Medicine Fellowship

international fellowship

Director: Alex Vu, MD, MPH
   
Goal: to develop academic leaders in international disaster and humanitarian relief
    
Description: International health work is an important part of emergency medicine at Johns Hopkins. Our faculty, fellows and residents have participated in international work and programs around the world.  The Department of Emergency Medicine has formed a partnership with the Department of International Health in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to create the Center for Refugee and Disaster Response, a leading research and training center for the response to disasters and complex humanitarian emergencies. Courses and practicum with international placements. MPH degree is a usual component.
 
Clinical Effort: 2 - 2½ days a week
   
Prerequisites: graduate training in emergency medicine only
   
Program Length: 2 years
   
Positions: Up to 3
   
Start Date: usually July 1, but mid-year candidates can be considered
   
Contact: Alex Vu, MD, MPH


Disaster Medicine Fellowship

Disaster Fellowship

Director: Thomas Kirsch, MD, MPH
   
Goal: to train academic leaders in disaster preparedness
   
Description: fellowship sponsored by:
Department of Emergency Medicine CEPAR and PACER
Emphasis on academics and scholarship
Field experience in national and international theaters
Degree programs available (Master, PhD)
 
Clinical Effort: 2 - 2 ½ days a week
    
Prerequisites: board certified or prepared in emergency medicine,
other postgraduate background considered
     
Program Length: 2 years
     
Positions: no limit
     
Start Date: usually July 1, but mid-year candidates can be considered
     
Contact: Thomas Kirsch, MD, MPH

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