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Key Contact: Mike Rhodes

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.... learn more.

Germany Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE)

Key Contact: Julie Johnson

Designed for students to learn about pharmacy practice in a different culture; learn firsthand about the German healthcare system and how it affects patient care; and also to learn about patient care in a different cultural context. Each summer, students participate in the elective Advanced Pharm... learn more.

CARE for Haiti

Key Contact: Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity of the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy

CARE for Haiti “Clinics And Relief Efforts for Haiti” is a student lead organization started by the Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity of the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy. Our goal is to provide health care for the community of Chabin, Haiti by facilitating an annual clinic that ... learn more.

Puebla Service Project

Key Contact: Dr. Julie Johnson

Annual Puebla Service Project Provides Free Health Care for Patients, Unique Learning Opportunity for Students Each spring, students provide free health screenings in Mexico as part of the annual Puebla Service Project, which is planned for and by students from the Minnesota Pharmacy Student Allian... learn more.

Portugal: A Study and Comparison Class

Key Contact: Julie Johnson

Students in this course visit and meet with a wide variety of government, regulatory, pharmacy organizations and independent pharmacies both in Minnesota and for two weeks in Portugal. Students learn about differences in healthcare systems, regulations, and advancing pharmacy practice to improve pat... learn more.

HealthPartners Center for International Health

Key Contact: Michael Westerhaus, MD, MA

HealthPartners Center for International Health was established in 1980, with the mission to provide high quality health care and collaborative medical education and research with and for immigrants to Minnesota. Global health residents can spend time in continuity clinic here, seeing refugee new arr... learn more.

HealthPartners Travel and Tropical Medicine Center

Key Contact: Patricia Walker, MD, DTM&H

The Travel and Tropical Medicine Center opened in 1984, and sees patients for pre-travel consultaion, as well as for illnesses after travel. All the faculty are certified in travel and tropical medicine. Resident physicians can spend one month on an elective rotation here, and we have an active rese... learn more.

Eco-epidemiology of leptospirosis

Key Contact: Claudia Munoz-Zanzi

Collaboration on the project Eco-epidemiology of leptospirosis... learn more.

NSF CNIC Mexico-US collaboraton on leptospirosis research

Key Contact: Claudia Munoz-Zanzi

Research on molecular methods for leptospirosis surveillance, mathematical transmission modeling, and pilot projects on the eco-epidemiology of leptospirosis at the urban-rural gradient. ... learn more.

Tick-borne diseases in urban Merida

Key Contact: Claudia Munoz-Zanzi

Pilot project on the burden of tick and flea borne diseases in people from urban household in Merida... learn more.

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