Ohio University

Programs

The Global Health Initiative partners with OHIO faculty, OHIO alumni, the Office of Global Opportunities and third party organizations to offer a variety of international global health opportunities. These include OHIO faculty directed programs as well as opportunities for independent medical or physician assistant rotations, study abroad, service learning experiences and internships. The multidisciplinary nature of the different programs makes them appropriate for students interested in health and medicine, the environment, international development, health education, international relief work and biology. Undergraduate, graduate and medical students are encouraged to apply. OHIO faculty directed programs are open to students of all higher education institutions in the U.S. and abroad as well as to faculty and alumni. Admittance into each program is at the discretion of the director. All students must be in good academic standing both at the time of application and departure of the program. Students who have been accepted into a program may forfeit all fees paid to date if their academic standing changes between application and program departure.

To learn more about each program click on the links below.

Winter Break

Costa Rica Introduction to Global Health - Dec. 28, 2019 - Jan. 9, 2020

Spring Break

Cuba Comparative Health Systems : March 7 - March 14, 2020

UK London - Global Public Health : 2020

Summer

Botswana Healthcare : Summer 2021

Botswana Rehabilitation Services : Summer 2020

Ecuador Community & Public Health : Summer 2020

Ecuador Tropical Disease Research and Services Learning Program : Summer 2020

Ecuador Nursing & Medicine : Summer 2020 

Paraguay Explore, Connect, Serve : Summer 2021

Peru Clinics : May 16 - May 30, 2020

Spain and Morocco Global Public Health : Summer 2020 

South Africa Child Life : Summer 2020

South Africa Medicine : Summer 2020

Independent Global Health Opportunities

Independent Global Health Opportunities and Rotations

Other programs (external third party providers)

Child Family Health International

International Service Learning