Medical Students & Veterinary Medical Student
Explore a one week course in Antigua, Guatemala while serving to the local community with this active clinical learning course. Created and lead by two (2) of MSUCOM most well known scholars Dr. Richard Bryce and Dr. Gary Willyerd.
Participate in the first One Health program that address the three (3) components this approach presents: human health, animal health and enviromental health.
One of IGH’s most popular programs. Peru medical service course is a 4 credit course that explores public health in Peru. A stop in Lima to later see over 100 patients a day in Iquitos city.
Participate in this clinical course in Cap Haiten to assist local underserved communities and expand your understanding of cultural hospitality, public health and emergency medicine response.
Doctors/Medical Students from Abroad
The primary goal of this course is to introduce students to the health care delivery model in Cuba while experiencing the country’s rich culture. During the first week students will explore the public health and community medicine model by on site observation and the delivery of community health clinics, maternal health, pedriatric and geriatric care. The second week will consist of students rotating through the departments of three main teaching hospitals in Havana. There will be lectures and presentations by Cuban health care officials and clinicians and opportunities for students to closely observe and participate in the care of patients while learning about Cuba’s history and culture.