The Department of Psychiatry in partnership with the Hubert-Yeargan Center for Global Health and the Duke Global Health Institute offers residents the opportunity to participate in several Global Health training programs and activities, including:
Global Health-Psychiatry Pathway
Duke Psychiatry Residents in PGY-2 are eligible to apply for the Duke Global Health-Psychiatry Pathway. This specialized training track dedicated to developing academic leaders in global health begins in PGY-3 and extends psychiatry residency training by three to six months. Core activities of the pathway include 9-months of coursework towards earning a Master of Science in Global Health
degree and up to 12-months of in-country international experience conducting mentored clinical research. To date, Global Health-Psychiatry trainees have completed projects in Moshi, Tanzania and Durban, South Africa.
For Global Health-Psychiatry Pathway trainee bios, project descriptions and application instructions, please visit dukeglobalhealth.org
Global Health Electives
There are two ways to engage in Global Health Electives:
- Work with Dr. Gagliardi to arrange a global health elective at a site with whom we already have a Training Letter of Agreement, such as Auckland, New Zealand, or the Institute of Mental Health, Singapore. These sites typically host residents for 6 to 12 months.
- Work with Dr. Gagliardi and a faculty advisor to design a global health elective at a site with whom we will need to write a new Training Letter of Agreement.
Where is Duke engaged in Global Health?
Use this interactive map, designed to facilitate communication, encourage collaboration and enable the sharing of resources by faculty, staff and students here at Duke: http://global.duke.edu/admin/map/index.php
The map shows country specific information on program, unit and school activity; partnerships and agreements; faculty areas of interest; traveler and alumni information as well as highlighting activity in a specific country.
Pictures of Duke MDs working in Global Health
Kristen Shirey, MD
Maria Almond, MD
Grace Thrall, MD and Victoria Carroll, MD