GHEFP 2021 Site Application
The Center for Global Health (CGH) has supports students in their efforts to gain experience working in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). The Global Health Established Field Placements (GHEFP) is a unique program in which students work on faculty projects to gain research or practice skills and experiences that help them become well-rounded global health professionals.
While travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic may prevent students from traveling to the field, CGH is prioritizing the continuation of the GHEFP program for the 2021 cycle, with adjustments made for flexibility to accommodate travel uncertainty.
At this time, the CGH is recruiting faculty and staff members interested in having a student work on their project(s) REMOTELY, and if possible, in person if/when travel becomes available to the site.
All faculty and staff members from Johns Hopkins University conducting global health research are eligible to submit an application for a GHEFP site in a low to middle income country. Additionally, faculty members from all divisions and staff from CCP and Jhpiego conducting global health practice are eligible to register a GHEFP site in a low- or middle-income country.
Potential mentors are allowed to apply to establish a maximum of 2 site placements, and both placements can be submitted in this application.
Do you have any questions? Please contact the Student Program Coordinator |
Please confirm the following before beginning your application
This placement is part of a funded global health research or practice project in an LMIC
I have discussed this application with my international collaborators and they agree to work with a GHEFP student remotely and in-person if travel becomes available
We have sufficient remote work AND in-country work to create a robust GHEFP experience
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