Category Archives: Web resource
Here’s an advance peek at a new free online teaching tool of 9 mini-cases now “in press”; this 20-page case set, illustrated stories from the past and lessons for global health today, was conceptualized and developed with the support of … Continue reading
This short article by an experienced health care advocate (and food writer) in the UK should remind all of us — no matter what country we live in — how important (and how much our health systems tend to fail … Continue reading
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New free online case-based resource at the Global Health Education and Learning Incubator at Harvard University: TEACHING PACK: “Accidents and Injuries: Lessons from a Stampede” This collection of resources explores the health risks and responses to unintentional accidents and injuries … Continue reading
I am sometimes asked what to read to learn more about the fourth-century Christians I’ve studied who are called the “Cappadocians.” In response, I developed this free online 2-page bibliography with just a few of the most significant references related … Continue reading
Health and healthy engagement with the world around us depends on fostering good in and alongside the others we encounter, even (and especially) when it is difficult, insofar as that is possible. Harvard Divinity School has just announced two January … Continue reading
I’m immensely honored by the invitation to be a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Initiative on Health, Religion & Spirituality. Learn more about this wonderful group of scholars, researchers, and practitioners.