The International Scholars Program (ISP) at Nationwide Children's Hospital provides unique learning and teaching opportunities for faculty, staff and trainees from all over the world, with an emphasis on developing countries.
Since its inception in 1986 more than 300 physicians, nurses and allied health scholars from over 60 countries have received specialized pediatric training, shared clinical protocols and collaborated on scientific projects.
The mission of the ISP is to improve children’s access to quality healthcare through international collaboration in research, education and clinical care by:
The ISP consists of several programs:
Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) for more information.
For more information about current activities in the International Scholars Program, please see the most recent issue of our newsletter, MOSAIC.
You can reach the Education Department’s International Scholars Program at ISP@nationwidechildrens.org.