Nonprofit leader in Global Health Education launches a portfolio of virtual opportunities for participants and students at undergraduate and graduate levels including internships, courses, public health practica, and more.
Bay Area NGO, Child Family Health International, partners with the Philippines Department of Health, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital, and Rural Health Unit Clinics to help students gain a deep appreciation of how a health system provides services for all, even difficult to reach populations, as well as address distinct rural and urban realities.
Bay Area non-profit, Child Family Health International (CFHI) a leader in international education, has contributed to the seminal new text "Preparing for International Health Experiences: A Practical Guide." The book gives concrete guidance on how to choose and take part in experiences in global health drawing on a wide collaboration of perspectives under the leadership of editor, Dr. Neil Arya.
San Francisco-based NGO, Child Family Health International, Serves as Key Collaborator in Liberal Arts AAC&U Summer Institute Designed to Disseminate Practices for Instruction in Undergraduate Inter-Disciplinary Global Health
San Francisco Non-Profit, Child Family Health International, Serves as Key Sponsor to Discussion Leading to Increased Ethical and Safety Standards for Medical Volunteers
Child Family Health International joins forces with Seattle-based Omprakash to offer students of Global Health industry leading pre-departure training for service-learning programs
A scholarship made possible by Dr. Thomas Hall, respected UCSF lecturer, has been awarded to two young leaders from Belmont University and Kansas State University
Global health non-profit Child Family Health International presents a curated webinar series that highlights groundbreaking research in the field of international education and study abroad
Bay Area non-profit, Child Family Health International (CFHI), chairs effort by Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) Global Health Competencies Sub-Committee following the 2015 seminal article 'Identifying Interprofessional Global Health Competencies for 21st-Century Health Professionals' with a toolkit that provides curricular content to support global health competency development
UK based Medsin-UK and California based Child Family Health International have collaborated on a tool that provides a roadmap for medical and other health professions students who are considering an international elective. Tool provides essential information for students and patients to stay safe and ensure progress toward global health.
A research collaboration between Bay Area Non-Profit Child Family Health International, the Mexico Ministry of Health, and Northwestern University has revealed both positive impacts of international development efforts, as well as the modesty of those impacts and cultural hurdles in evaluation.
In a new study found in the journal Medical Education, researchers analyze impact of short-term global health experiences by interviewing local health officials and hosts; discover results that challenge old assumptions.
Respected UCSF lecturer, Dr. Thomas Hall, has partnered with Bay Area non-profit Child Family Health International to deliver a new scholarship for students dedicated to Global Health understanding and advocacy.
Bay Area Non-profit Child Family Health International partners with the Consortium of Universities for Global Health to deliver a 6-part training series for Global Health Educators
Boosting donor confidence, Child Family Health International awarded Guidestar Platinum Award
CFHI collaborates with MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston to expand elective global health opportunities for students in nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, and speech-language pathology
Cross-sector Collaboration Seeks to Advance Standards for Education in Growing Field of Global Health Degrees
Global Health Education Leader CFHI Opens New Program in Mysore, India: "Chronic Disease and Integrative Medicine"