Name of ResourceDescriptionCostLink
Simulation Use for Global Away Rotations (SUGAR)Video and simulation-based curriculum on common practical and emotional challenges in GH
 comprehensive GH preparatory course S-Pack. 
AFEM Handbook of Acute and Emergency Care Clinical handbook$46.95OUP
The Oxford Handbook of Tropical Medicine Clinical handbook$60.49Amazon
WHO e-Pocketbook of hospital care for children in limited resource settings e-Pocket clinical bookFreeWHO
Grey’s Quick ReferenceE-book on Basic Protocols in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine For Resource Limited SettingsFreeGulu
WHO Basic Emergency Care CourseDidactic course workbook (and powerpoints) for a systematic approach to patients with a procedures/simulation section, good refresher of basic treatment in resource limited settingsFreeBEC
Global Health Emergency MedicineTeaching modules project - for educators in low-resource settingsFreeGHEM
AFEM ResourcesCurricula, lecture bank, reviews, etc.FreeAFEM
Project Hope COVID-19 Training for Health Care Workers:  Preparedness and ResponseProject HOPE and the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies at the Watson Institute of Brown University have partnered to deliver comprehensive online COVID-19 training programs for health workers at the frontlines of the crisis. Available as self-paced eLearning for health care professionals, as well as in a training of trainers curriculum, the materials are offered at no cost.FreeProject Hope
Stanford’s COVID-19 Training for Healthcare WorkersDesigned to train healthcare professionals to manage COVID-19 infection.  Multiple languages available.  YesStanford
Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health Strategies to Support the COVID-19 Response in LMICs:  A Virtual Seminar SeriesThe Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health presents a series of short lectures based on our experience treating COVID-19 patients at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Hopkins faculty share about their experience and the latest data across key topic areas, and provide resources to help our international partners prepare for the pandemic within their institutions.YesJohns Hopkins

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