Jeffrey F. Markuns, MD
|Institution||Boston University School of Medicine|
|Address||771 Albany St|
Boston MA 02118
|Title||Active Staff Privileges|
|Institution||Boston Medical Center|
Jeff is the Executive Director for the Boston University Family Medicine Global Health Collaborative. Jeff has been working with the Collaborative since 2007, providing teaching and consultation around the world with a special focus on education and training as well as primary care systems integration. He is the project leader for for the Vietnam Family Medicine Development Program and our current project sponsored by the Atlantic Philanthropies working with multiple Vietnamese universities and the Ministry of Health on national-level scale up of a Family Medicine-based primary care model for delivery of grassroots clinical services and integration with the existing hospital-based system. Jeff directed a similar program retraining physicians in Laos from remote district hospitals to provide general medical services and primary care, and co-leads an early-phase primary care system strengthening program in Cambodia. He has led numerous workshops around the world focused on medical education and primary care systems development, and he has developed and organized countless fellowships to Boston University for visiting professionals ranging from practicing specialist physicians to health system administrators to government policy-makers, including Ministers of Health.
With broad clinical skills in the full spectrum of Family Medicine clinical services, formal fellowship training in medical education, and almost a decade of experience as an assistant program director in postgraduate training in Family Medicine, Jeff has served as a consultant in various aspects of both general medical education and primary care in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Oman, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam. He also sits on the board of the American Academy of Family Physicians’ Center for International Health Initiatives, and is Vice President of Family Medicine for GHETS (Global Health through Education Training and Service). He has authored several articles and textbook chapters in primary care and global health, and was lead author in the revision of the chapter on Education and Professional Development in the Wonca guidebook, The Contribution of Family Medicine to Improving Health Systems, 2nd Ed.
- Family Medicine
- global health
- international health
- medical education
- primary care
- Southeast Asia
- world health
- sub-Saharan Africa
- health professions leadership
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