M.D.s in Global Health in Central America and Caribbean 2020
A Doctor of Medicine is a doctorate-level degree that requires at least six years of study, research, and hands-on practice to earn. To obtain an M.D., students must complete medical school followed by an internship and a residency in a general hospital or specialty clinic.
Global health classes provide an in-depth understanding of the health issues facing the world and help students develop initiatives to combat them. In these programs, scholars learn the skills they need to work in the international health field.
Central American and Caribbean nations are rich in culture, history and culture. They are proud of their ancient history, and most of the citizens take pride and joy in showing their country to international eyes. The unique cultural scenery provides a one-of-a-kind encounter that is inseparable from a feeling of excitement and experience. Central America is the ideal place to ground oneself in while enjoying more than a few of life’s greatest pleasures.
Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Global Health in Central America and Caribbean
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The Global MD Program is a comprehensive, four-year longitudinal track in global health that is integrated into the curriculum at American University of Antigua College of Med ...