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Clausen Graduate Student Global Microclinic Project Fellowship in Jordan
Position open until filled

UCSF Global Health Sciences in conjunction with the Division of International & Area Studies and the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley are offering support to students interested in participating in the Global Micro-Clinic Project (GMCP). The mission of the GMCP is to empower people to prevent and manage diseases in economically depressed and/or conflict-ridden areas of our world. The project centers around a community-driven philosophy, forming partnerships between health care professionals, academia, government, and citizens, recognizing that civic involvement is the life-blood of functioning communities and the foundation of healthy cities. The GMCP is funded to establish 300 pilot micro-clinics in Jordan. The Clausen Fellowship will support either one individual for one year or two individuals for six months each to establish micro-clinics. These clinics will be established in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, local NGOs, Jordanian students, and community and health professional volunteers. See this Global Health Sciences webpage for more information.

Jewish Medical Ethics & Israel Summer Experience Program The New England Institute of Jewish Studies, in coordination with the Schlesinger Institute and Shaare Tzedek Medical Center
Deadline: March

This four-week summer program based in Jerusalem, Israel, combines the study of medical ethics, Jewish thought and tours of Israel to give medical students an overview on contemporary issues facing the Jewish people. The medical portion of the program includes hospital rounds. Students may apply to the Maimonides Scholars Fellowship to cover most of the Program's costs. For more information and an application, please visit www.neijs.org.

Updated: June 14, 2007
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