The Yale Pediatric Residency Global Health Track is designed to support resident interest in international health, immigrant health, and health inequities. We offer a 2.5 year mentored curriculum open to all Yale Pediatric and Med-Peds residents. Within the curriculum, residents may focus on public health, community pediatrics, medical education or research with the end goal of becoming active participants in the global health community regardless of their chosen career path.
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Exploring the Health Gap: Global Gender Disparities and the Impact on Girls
Nov. 3-4, 2014 at the Colket Translational Research Building, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Mark your calendar for the 7th Annual Pediatric Global Health Conference. Our theme this year is “Exploring the Health Gap: Global Gender Disparities and the Impact on Girls.”
Through faculty presentations, a keynote address, panel discussions and multimedia presentations, this conference will provide opportunities for healthcare professionals to explore how gender inequality impacts girls’ health and wellness around the world.
Look for registration information to land in your inbox later this spring.