Hesperian Health Guides - Books and other resources for global health education and projects in multiple languages. Titles include "Where There is No Doctor", "Helping Health Workers Learn" and "A Health Handbook for Women with Disabilities". Digital tools include health images, content to use in low-resource settings and the safe pregnancy and birth app in English and Spanish.
NextGenU- Free online courses on a variety of medical and global health topic.
Not Above the Law: A Legal and Ethical Analysis of Short-Term Experiences in Global Health - Persons from high-income countries have multiple opportunities today to participate in “short-term experiences in global health” (STEGHs) in low-resourced countries. STEGHs are organized through religious missions, service learning, medical internships, global health education, and international electives. An issue of increasing concern in STEGHs is “hands-on” participation in clinical procedures by volunteers and students with limited or no medical training. To address these concerns, best practices and ethical standards have been developed. However, not all STEGH organizations adhere to these guidelines, and some actively or tacitly allow unethical and potentially illegal practices.
Queensland Health Ward Communication Tool - Developed by Queensland Health to assist staff to communicate with people who do not speak English well, or at all, about simple day-to-day issues. It may also assist staff to initiate communication.The tool contains words commonly used in hospital wards, together with a translation of the word, a picture and a phonetic (sounds like) spelling of the word.