Global Health | The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

International Medicine

Why Global Health

Every year an estimated 6.9 million children die before their fifth birthday because they contract preventable and treatable illnesses like diarrhea, pneumonia and malaria.

Over half of these diseases are exacerbated by poor nutrition in the developing world. CHOP staff work to change this every day.

2014 Global Health Conference

Exploring the Health Gap: Global Gender Disparities and the Impact on Girls

Save the Date: November 3-4, 2014
Colket Translational Research Building

Now accepting poster abstracts »

Opportunity at University of Botswana

The University of Botswana, a longtime partner of the Global Health Center, has opened the country’s first School of Medicine and is inviting applications at the level of Professor, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer and Lecturer in a variety of areas. Download the position information and contact Dr. Megan Cox for more information.

The David N. Pincus Global Health Fellowship

Applications for the 2015 Pincus Fellowship are now being accepted.

Learn more»

CHOP in Action Abroad

See what life is like in the Dominican Republic and hear CHOP clinicians talk about their work with Global Health.

Donate to Global Health

Your donation will help support CHOP's pediatric healthcare program in the Dominican Republic. Donate today »

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International Patients

Learn how to become an international patient.