SEA-HVO Traveling Fellowship Rotation
“Senior anesthesia residents interested in spending 4 weeks teaching at an HVO anesthesia site in a developing country are invited to apply. The successful applicant will be exposed to a wide range of surgical pathologies and anesthetic techniques not commonly seen in the United States. He/she will learn to communicate more effectively with people from different cultures and will be exposed to the realities and constraints of delivering health care in a resource scarce environment. The resident will be challenged to be flexible and creative in problem solving. Fellows will serve as teachers of anesthesia and as role models for the anesthesia students at the site. They will not be expected to take direct responsibility for patient care in the operating room. If the resident choses a site that requires a preceptor, it will be the resident’s responsibility to find an anesthesia Fellow or Attending to fulfill the role. Successful applicants can only teach at currently available HVO anesthesia sites, which may change between the application date and the date of travel.”
Application due date: Annually in January

SEA-HVO Fellowship Website

ASA Resident International Anesthesia Scholarship
“Residents will have the opportunity to experience the challenges of delivering safe anesthesia in a low-resource, underserved area in a developing country as well as participate in the training and education of local anesthesia providers. With appropriate planning, the resident will be eligible to receive ABA credit. Covered expenses include travel, lodging, meals, visa, vaccinations and medical insurance.”
Application due date: Annually in January

ASA Resident International Anesthesia Scholarship Website

Other Funding Opportunities:

Doximity Foundation

The Doximity Foundation provides up to $2000 to cover the costs of air fare for global health trips. You must be a Doximity member, and applications are accepted on a rolling basis.  Apply here.

 Benjamin H. Josephson, M.D. Fund

The BHJ Fund was established to honor Benjamin H. Josephson, M.D. – pediatrician, family practitioner, teacher, mentor and friend. As an ongoing commitment to the contribution of his humanitarian work, this fund will provide health care professionals with the financial resources necessary to deliver medical services to those in need throughout the world.

If you believe your proposed medical service work meets the mission of this fund, we highly encourage you to apply for financial support.

BHJ Fund Website

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