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Virtual Clinical Elective in Equitable Healthcare
How To apply:
Courses have been added to the Electives Book John Hopkins School of Medicine
Courses are cross-listed by department and under Online Courses (last section in the book)
Students may apply for this experience through our VISMED application portal


REACH – Recognizing and Eliminating disparities in Addiction through Culturally-informed Healthcare – is for racial and ethnic underrepresented minority (URM) trainees who are interested in becoming addiction specialists. Specifically, this program prepares URM medical students, residents, fellows, nursing students, and physician assistant trainees to care for URM patients with substance use disorders (SUDs). REACH is a one-year program, involving a 1-Week Intensive training program at Yale University, Fellowship funding up to $104,000, monthly webinars, and career mentorship. Scholars also attend at least 1 addiction conference during their year in the program.
Application for Cohort 3 is currently open for Addiction Fellowship applicants, and the deadline to apply has been extended to September 30 th. The application can be found on website: