Global Medicine is committed to improving the health of individuals and communities globally. We are engaged in global health teaching, research, and clinical care which is values based and which improves the health of individuals and communities in Minnesota and the world.
Global Medicine offers a wide range of topics and courses in global health and tropical and travel medicine to practicing healthcare providers. The courses are designed to increase knowledge and skills in serving a globally mobile population. Courses are offered online and in-person to meet the needs of all global health interests. We also offer outstanding resident educational opportunities through the Global Medicine Pathway.
We are committed to improving the health of individuals and communities globally.
We are engaged in global health teaching, research, and clinical care which is values based and which improves the health of individuals and communities in Minnesota and the world.
Where is Global Medicine?
Explore the map below to learn more about our online course participants and international rotation sites.
Collaborations & Initiatives
Global Medicine has a long tradition of providing educational programming for an active and engaged global population in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. We are particularly proud that many of our community initiatives are resident-led and resident-driven, because we believe that community involvement is a key component of global health training.
Global Medicine maintains a listserv for health and public health professionals who are involved in the clinical care of refugee and immigrant populations. All are welcome to join this online conversation among experts. You must have a Google account in order to make a "join list" request, but you can use your regular email address to participate.
Tufundishane (tu-fun-deh-SHAWN-ay) is a Swahili word that means "let us all teach one another". The Collaborative aims to:
- Facilitate a collaborative, reciprocal teaching and learning opportunity for U of M residents and physician trainees (called assistant medical officers) in Arusha, Tanzania
- Fund a continuous faculty presence at Selian Lutheran Hospital who will act as a preceptor to visiting U of M residents