- The Global Health Competencies Toolkit 2.0 defines competencies for global health education and professional development
- CUGH’s recommended undergraduate student global health learning objectives (in the resources tab)
- “Reasoning without Resources” is a case-series from rural Uganda. Its target audience is clinicians practicing in low resource settings, Medicine and Family Medicine residents, and senior medical students with an interest in clinical global health.
- The Implementation Science Toolkit from the Fogarty International Center is designed for researchers, policymakers and program implementers working in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs)
- The Capacity Assessment Toolkit (CAT) from the STAR Project includes a series of seven questions to assess Knowledge Management capacity within each of the institutions and to identify gaps or areas that may need improvement
- The Partnership Assessment Toolkit (PAT) and its companion document from the STAR Project is designed to guide partners through a self-assessment to score and analyze the strengths and challenges within their partnerships
Free online courses
- Practitioners Guide to Global Health– Created by a diverse team of experts who are passionate about global health, this 3-part timeline-based course is designed to prepare students, trainees and providers for a global health learning, work, or volunteer experience that is safe, culturally sensitive, and maximizes benefit to both the learner/practitioner and the host population.
- The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Health – Part 1: The Big Picture is a 3-part timeline-based course to help you prepare for successful global health learning experiences and projects. In Part 1 (The Big Picture), you will learn how to determine whether a global health learning experience is right for you, and if so, what, where, when, and how?
- The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Health-Part 2: Preparation and On The Ground
- The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Health – Part 3: Reflection