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We share our skills and knowledge in evidence-based medicine, medical communication and health economics

In partnership with the University of Cambridge, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the National University of Singapore, we host professionals from low- or middle-income countries for three months to work collaboratively with us on a healthcare problem relevant to their community.

Our ultimate goal is to support public health efforts to reduce the burden of disease in low- or middle-income countries. The Costello Medical Global Health Internship Scheme also supports the intern’s professional development, which we hope allows them to train other local practitioners in evidence-based medicine after successful completion of the internship. Visit the link below to learn more about a typical day in the life of a Global Health Intern at Costello Medical.

A Day in the Life

Past projects have included:

Building an economic model to explore the economic impact of improved antimicrobial stewardship in primary healthcare settings in Tunisia.

Conducting a literature review on the effectiveness of telemedicine in developing countries.

Creating an educational PDF about illegitimate drugs in Latin America.

Assessing the cost-effectiveness of cervical cancer screening in Kenya.

What our past Interns say