|GHOPE is composed of residents, fellows, faculty and medical students who are dedicated to creating awareness regarding global health issues, supporting resident global health initiatives, and identifying local and international opportunities. Our ultimate mission is to help improve pediatric health outcomes in resource-poor settings by facilitating access to sustainable, community-driven health services. We incorporate research, education, advocacy, public health, and clinical work to achieve this goal.
GHOPE supports the Emory Pediatric Residency Program’s global health track and global child health lecture series. Emory Pediatrics is surrounded by a wealth of resources in the Atlanta, including the Rollins School of Public Health, CDC, Global Health Institute, CARE, and Carter Center. Each spring, GHOPE hosts a Global Health Week, which includes events such as lectures/grand rounds, book clubs, documentary screenings, and fundraising campaigns.
For more information about GHOPE and the Pediatric Global Health Track, please visit our website