CHOP Global Health partners with the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Botswana School of Medicine to collaborate on their pediatric residency program.
The CHOP Global Health rotation in Botswana affords a challenging and exciting 4 week experience of in-patient pediatrics for pediatric residents in the developing world. Successful applicants will work side-by-side with local healthcare professionals while benefiting from the mentorship of an on-site US-trained pediatrician.
This dynamic rotation is based at one of the nation's largest healthcare facilities —the Princess Marina Hospital (PMH) in Botswana's capital city of Gaborone. Day-to-day duties include the clinical care of patients (Monday - Friday) with coverage (7 a.m. - 5 p.m.) of one Saturday and Sunday during the rotation. There are no overnight duties.
While in Botswana, you will have the opportunity to present a relevant article at the weekly combined academic journal club. There are tremendous opportunities to learn, see, teach and make a difference as we strive with our partners in Botswana to improve in-patient pediatric care for children in Africa.
Please contact us about trips planned for the the 2011-2012 academic year.
For more information, visit the Botswana-UPenn Partnership website.
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