Projects

 

Nigeria

Evidence-based planning

 

Mexico and Nicaragua

Camino Verde

Mexico and Colombia

Safe birth in cultural safety

 

International

Clear collaboration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Global health projects and opportunities

The Department of Family Medicine is involved in collaborative projects both locally and abroad. The international initiatives are focused on capacity building in primary care in low and mid-resource countries, in urban and rural settings alike. Our departmental faculty plays an important mentorship role in all of these projects. 

Project

Types of opportunities

  Med Students FM Residents Faculty

Aga Khan Hospital
Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania
Family medicine (urban)

Clinical Clinical, Research Clinical, Research, Teaching
Aga Khan Hospital
Dodoma and Mbeya, Tanzania
Family medicine (semi-rural)
Clinical Clinical Clinical, Teaching

Ecuador Project
Cotacachi, Ecuador
Participatory research and capacity building
Contact: alison.doucet [at] mcgill.ca

Research Research Research, Teaching
Dominica, Belize
Mental health, primary care
    Teaching
Shenzhen, China
Family medicine (urban)
Clinical Clinical Research, Teaching

Lithuania
Family medicine (urban)
Contact: alan.pavilanis [at] ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Clinical Clinical  
Israel
Vulnerable populations
Clinical Clinical  
Peru, through Ben Gurion University
General medicine
Clinical Clinical  
Nepal, through Ben Gurion University
General medicine
Clinical Clinical Teaching
Haiti
Continued medical education
    Teaching

Clear collaboration
Brazil, Bangladesh, Niger, Pakistan
Social determinants of health
Contact: anne.andermann [at] mail.mcgill.ca

Research Research Research
Montreal-based global health elective
Family medicine special
Clinical Clinical Teaching