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  • International HIV Training Opportunities for Physicians

    These links are provided for informational purposes only. HIVMA does not endorse these programs and cannot attest to their validity.

    CDC Global Job Opportunities

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Global AIDS Program is actively seeking medical officers and epidemiologists to assist the program in multiple countries. Under the guidance of the CDC country director, medical officers and epidemiologists will work with the CDC team on HIV/AIDS activities and programs in various countries. 
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    HealthRight International

    HealthRight International is a global health and human rights organization working to build lasting access to health for excluded communities. HealthRight works closely with communities and establishes local partnerships to deliver health services, while providing training and equipment to improve systems and enable HealthRight’s partners to deliver services on their own. 
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    Doctors Without Borders

    Doctors Without Borders urgently seeks experienced HIV/AIDS and TB specialists to provide quality care to people whose survival is threatened by epidemics, violence, neglect, or catastrophe in more than 35 countries. 
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    Fogerty International Center Research Scholars (FICRS)

    The FICRS Support Center at Vanderbilt University/Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is pleased to announce a new one year clinical research training program for US citizens or permanent residents in either post-residency clinical fellowships or in other health-related post-doctoral programs. 
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    HIV/AIDS Clinical Preceptorship Program in Nigeria

    The University of Maryland’s Institute of Human Virology – Nigeria branch (IHV-N) is currently seeking infectious diseases-trained physicians or internal medicine physicians with experience treating HIV-infected patients to assist with establishment of quality Standards of Care in its PEPFAR-funded ARV treatment program in Nigeria. 
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    International Training & Education Center for HIV

    I-TECH offers positions in Namibia, India, and Haiti. I-TECH is particularly interested in professionals affiliated with the U.S.-based AETC program.
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    International Center for Equal Healthcare Access

    The International Center for Equal Healthcare Access (ICEHA) is recruiting experienced physicians and nurses to volunteer for 6-12 weeks in developing countries. Using clinical mentoring techniques, volunteers provide HIV bed-side training to local healthcare providers. 
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    MEDICO Programs

    Each year, MEDICO sponsors five to seven field teams to provide free medical care to people in Honduras. Each team consists of 16 - 22 participants, including dentists, dental assistants, physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, optometrists, optometric technicians, pharmacists, a health educator and other medical professionals.
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    Northwest Medical Teams

    Northwest Medical Teams is a faith-based program that addresses the urgent needs of people living and dying with HIV/AIDS and their children and families. In collaboration with medical volunteers, partners and universities, the program seeks to prevent the spread of HIV through education and to respond to the needs of people affected by AIDS.
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    Project C.U.R.E.

    Project C.U.R.E., the world's largest distributor of donated relief to the developing world, is recruiting medical professionals to assist in training at hospitals and clinics around the world.
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    Project HOPE

    Project HOPE offers an opportunity to employees, volunteers, and interns to gain a global perspective through clinical and/or academic teaching experience, exposure to health issues and needs in developing countries, development of healthcare systems and research, and experience in program planning and evaluation.
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    US Doctors For Africa

    The US Doctors For Africa (USDFA) membership program is a network of US medical professionals who provide volunteer medical services for people suffering from HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. 
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    UT Southwestern Clinical Fellowship

    The UT Southwestern Clinical Fellowship in South Africa offers an in depth experience in HIV/AIDS and Developing World Medicine. The program assists the Waterberg Welfare Society’s efforts to care for HIV infected and affected children and adults. 
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    Vital International Foundation

    The Vital International Foundation is seeking physicians, nurses, teachers, college students and other medical personnel to help improve the sexual/reproductive health of people living in Africa by providing accessible HIV/AIDS/STD education, services, and support programs.
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