Collaborative Medicine

The Larner College of Medicine is a participant in the Global Health Program at Danbury Hospital and Western Connecticut Health Network. The breadth of opportunities for our students, residents, and staff to acquire global health experience distinguishes our medical education program from others, strengthens our position as a leading teaching and research institution, and helps us attract the best and brightest health care professionals.


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Building Awareness

WCHN and several medical teaching institutions around the world have created international partnerships with the vision of improving patient care and medical education through cooperation and the exchange of ideas. It is hoped that exposure to vastly different health care systems and socioeconomic structures will foster a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by partner countries in providing high quality care to their under served populations.The fundamental goal of this partnership is the improvement of patient care. 

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2017 Global Health Day:
Call for Submissions

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Photography Showcase

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View the photos submitted by medical students, nursing students and residents for the Global Health Celebration at the College of Medicine here >>

The UVM and Western Connecticut Health Network Global Health Program: Reflections

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Global Health Series: A Mission Towards Change

This series is held monthly throughout the academic year. Students, residents and faculty from the Larner College of Medicine, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and those from the UVM Medical Center are invited to attend.

NEW: 2016 
Annual Report

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Member of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH)

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Student Interest Group

The Global Health Student Interest Group aims to educate students about important issues affecting the practice of medicine internationally and here at home with the refugee population. We also help inform students of the many international health electives and summer opportunities available. For more information, contact Julia Cowenhoven.