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Global Health Education—Global Health Programs: Sigrid Hahn

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An Integrated Global Health Training Program at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, Mt. Sinai in Public Health Program, and Mt. Sinai Center …

An Integrated Global Health Training Program at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, Mt. Sinai in Public Health Program, and Mt. Sinai Center

Sigrid Hahn, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine

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    • 1. The Mount Sinai Global Health Center Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Medical Center Natasha Anu Anandaraja, MD Director
    • 2. The Mount Sinai Medical Center Central Mission : “…high-quality patient care and teaching conducted in an atmosphere of social concern and scholarly inquiry into the nature, causation, prevention and therapy of human disease…”
    • 3. At the Corner of Two Distinct Neighborhoods…
    • 4. History of Global Health at Mt Sinai 2003 2005 2009 Med Student Spring Break Missions Medical Student Electives Residency Electives OBGyn/Surgical Mission MSSM Global Health Center MPH Institute for Global Health and Emerging Pathogens
    • 5. Mount Sinai Global Health Center Mission: To improve the health of the underserved by training future leaders in global health
    • 6. The Role of the Global Health Center
      • Working Across the Institution
      • Education
      • Mentorship
      • Site Development / Developing Research Collaborations
      • Scholarship
      • Career Development
      Medical School Hospital Residency Programs MPH Program
    • 7. Medical Student Program MS4 MS3 MS2 MS1 Summer Research Experiences Summer Prep Workshops Two-Week Intensive Global Health Selective Global Health “Course Without Walls” 3 month Global Health “Inspire” Four-Week Clinical & Research Electives
    • 8. Residency Program
      • Interdisciplinary
      • Final 2 years of Training
      • Didactic Component
        • Intro to Global Health
        • Research Design Seminars
        • Clinical Tropical Medicine
      • Field Work
        • Research Project
        • Clinical Experience
      • Only Program of its Kind
      • Complete Training in Medicine and Pediatrics
      • Master of Public Health
        • Global Health Track
      • Field Work
        • Research Project
        • Clinical Experience
      Global Health Track Med-Peds Residency
    • 9. MPH Program
          • 42 credits
            • Includes a thesis requirement + Core MPH Classes
          • Topics include the following
            • Health and Human Rights
            • Refugee Health
            • Global Environmental Health
            • Maternal & Child Health
            • Tropical Medicine and Zoonoses
            • Underserved populations in the U.S.
          • Most Students perform thesis research with GH partner site
      Global Health Track
    • 10. Partner Organizations
      • Ahakishaka community Tanzania
      • Dept Mental Health, Belize
      • Comprehensive Rural Health Program, India
      • JFK Hospital, Liberia
      • MENTOR malaria initiative
      • Carr Foundation, Mozambique
      • Panthera, Brazil
      • Spirit Lake Nation, North Dakota
      • Departamento de Parasitologia, Cidade Universitaria of Brazil
    • 11. Over-arching activities
      • Health & Human Rights Program: Survivors of Torture Clinic
      • Annual Conference
      • New York Global Health Educators Consortium
      • Career Speaker Series
    • 12. Career preparation
          • Career preparation:
          • exposure to role models and career options
          • establishing contacts with potential employers via field placement with NGOs and networking opportunities
          • building up resumes with MPH, field experience and research/publications
          • Results to date:
          • -Students committing to year of GH-focused scholarly leave
          • -Residents entering GH-related fellowships, engaging in ongoing service
          • Future endeavors:
            • GH Fellowship
            • GH faculty positions
            • GH research pilot grants
    • 13. Putting the Academics into Global Health
      • Publishing
      • Presenting at National Conferences
        • ACEP
        • APHA
        • GHEC
        • AAMC
        • APDIM
        • ASTMH
    • 14. Measuring our Impact
          • Program
          • Trainees
          • Graduates and Alum
          • Impact on communities
    • 15. Lessons Learned
      • Inclusivity – engaging all stakeholders across institution – integration of programs – having multidisciplinary faculty, dual appointments
      • Evaluation from outset, including data on admissions drivers
      • Support of “higher powers” essential
      • Importance of good development support
      • Streamline offerings
      • Pick global partners carefully
    • 16. Ongoing Challenges
      • Funding
          • institutional and private
          • isolation of being “non-university”
      • Career counseling
      • Evaluation
    • 17. www.mssm-ghc.org
    • 18. For more GHC information: [email_address]