The Global Health Program at Boston Children’s Hospital is now accepting applications for the Pediatric Global Health Services Fellowship Program. This fellowship is an accredited General Academic Pediatric Fellowship that aims to train future leaders, advocates, and partners in global child health as well as support the development of essential child health services in regions of the world with greatest need. Our goal is to train a cadre of pediatricians who have the skills and long-term commitment necessary to partner with colleagues around the world and make an impact in improving child health in resource-limited global settings. For many fellows, we anticipate achieving this goal will require completion of a three-year fellowship program.
Learn more about our fellowships
The fellowship’s focus is on skills training in global health service delivery, including clinical care, medical education, program development, management, outcome evaluation, quality improvement, and implementation of focused research.
The Global Research Fellowship supports research focused pediatricians to work on new solutions to global child health challenges.
The Global Health Nursing fellowship provides structured and protected time for nurses with a desire to impact pediatric nursing care on a global level.
Maggie Ryan Fellowship
This fellowship allows for an annual fellow who is unconstrained by the requirements attached to a hospital clinical position.