Below is a brief sampling of four of the free online case-based teaching tools that I’ve developed since 2014, many with public health and religion colleagues, and all with the support of the Global Health Education and Learning Incubator at Harvard University:
- Accidents, Injuries, and Illness in the Ancient City: Lessons for World Health Today (9 mini-cases) (2018)
- Stampede at the Kumbh Mela: Preventable Accident? (with Satchit Balsari, MD, MPH) (case study and teaching pack) (2017)
- Flint, Michigan: Lethal Water (with Rachel Gordon, MBA) (case study and teaching pack) (2017)
- Toilets and Sanitation at the Kumbh Mela (with Harvard undergraduate student, Leila Shayegan) (case and related teaching notes) (2014)
Most teaching tools I gathered or created for public use up to 2011 are on the PovertyStudies website. They include Books and Bibliographies, Syllabi, and Community Resources Links. A number of other materials I have developed since 2011 are online listed under Publications; in addition, you will find many useful resources if you browse through the blog “Jottings” entries (if you use the “search” box, suggested tag terms include: “Booknote“, “Conference“, “Educational resource“, “Online Lecture“, “Upcoming Event” and “Web Resource“).