Global Emergency Medicine
Stanford Emergency Medicine International (SEMI), founded in 2000, focuses on human development through education, research, and establishing and strengthening emergency care systems. SEMI partners closely with in-country organizations to create lasting and sustainable change.
Stanford Emergency Medicine Internation (SEMI) has developed projects and partnerships in Bhutan, Cambodia, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Papau New Guinea, Rwanda, Uganda & more.
Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship
Stanford Emergency Medicine International fellows build the skills necessary to work in developing nations and participate in a variety of ongoing international health programs. Learn more
Online Course: COVID-19
Stanford Emergency Medicine International developed a multi-lingual online training to recognize, stabilize and treat COVID-19.
Online Course: Emergency Care
This online course, open to all healthcare providers, covers key concepts that define emergency medicine, and teaches life-saving treatments for patients presenting with life-threatening emergencies.
SEMI partners closely with governments, universities, non-profits, NGOs, and other organizations to develop and implement innovative programs. Key criteria include shared values; utual commitment to specific development challenges; ompatible long-term vision.