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. 

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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. 

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Partners

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.

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Faculty

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Clinical Instructor, Emergency Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Professor of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine