Master of Science in Global Medicine

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MSGM students have the opportunity to travel three times a year. We've been to over twelve countries on five continents, and are always looking to find new and exciting places around the globe to observe healthcare scenarios in clinical, business, and NGO settings.

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And earn credit while you're at it!

MSGM students have the opportunity to travel three times a year. We've been to over twelve countries on five continents, and are always looking to find new and exciting places around the globe to observe healthcare scenarios in clinical, business, and NGO settings.

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See the World

And earn credit while you're at it!

MSGM students have the opportunity to travel three times a year. We've been to over twelve countries on five continents, and are always looking to find new and exciting places around the globe to observe healthcare scenarios in clinical, business, and NGO settings.

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The application deadline for Fall 2019 admission to the MS in Global Medicine program has been extended to July 1, 2019!

Apply today at msgm.usc.edu!

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Today is World Blood donor Day, a day to celebrate and thank individuals who donate blood and to encourage those who have not yet donated blood to start donating, as well as:
• to highlight the need for committed, year-round blood donation, to maintain adequate supplies and achieve universal and timely access to safe blood transfusion;
• to focus attention on donor health and the quality of donor care as critical factors in building donor commitment and a willingness to donate regularly;
• to demonstrate the need for universal access to safe blood transfusion and provide advocacy on its role in the provision of effective health care and in achieving the goal of universal health coverage;
• to mobilize support at national, regional and global levels among governments and development partners to invest in, strengthen and sustain national blood programmes.

With that in mind, we’d like to give a big shout out on this #WorldBloodDonorDay to the students in the WorldMed: A Global Health Initiative student organization who paired with Children's Hospital Los Angeles to host a blood drive this past Monday.

Give blood. Be a hero.

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