Bay Area non-profit instrumental in advancing standards for international healthcare experiences
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
Child Family Health International, a San Francisco-based NGO in special consultative status with the UN ECOSOC, is launching an initiative encompassing several of its Global Health Immersion Programs
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.
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
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
CFHI collaborates with Association of American Medical Colleges' Global Health Learning Opportunities Collaborative to expand elective opportunities for global health and medical students