Clinical Care in Low-Resource Settings
Description: The University of California San Francisco (UCSF) has designed this multi-media, case-based curriculum to prepare clinician learners to work in under-resourced settings with appropriate preparation for the clinical challenges facing the facility and the socioeconomic and cultural challenges underlying the patient’s experience. The course is divided into four Modules, each containing videos, self-assessment, and recommended readings.
First, Do No Harm: A Qualitative Research Documentary
Description: This is a 45 minute documentary (freely downloadable to your computer or phone) on the topic of global health clinical electives. This film happens to focus on medical students and Africa (though they did interview one nursing student), but it's applicable to anywhere and everywhere.
Global Health Learning (GHeL)
Description: USAID’s Bureau of Global Health developed the Global Health eLearning (GHeL) Center, in 2005, to provide its worldwide mission-based health staff with access to state of the art technical global health information. The courses and certificate programs at the Center offer self-paced Internet-based courses that:
- Provide useful and timely continuing education for the world’s premier global health professionals
- Present state-of-the-art technical content on key public health topics
- Serve as a practical resource for increasing public health knowledge
Global Library of Women’s Medicine (GLOWM)
Description: A free resource for medical professionals dedicated to the enhancement of women's healthcare
Obstetric Emergency Drills Training Kit
Description: A free resource for obstetric emergency drills - a simulated obstetric emergency in a facility that includes a manual, presentation, and video. In English and in Spanish
Simulation Use for Global Away Rotations (SUGAR)
Description: Simulation Use for Global Away Rotations (SUGAR) is a simulation-based curriculum used to prepare medical providers for common challenges (both practical and emotional) faced when working in resource-limited settings.