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This category houses open educational resources (OER) developed by the School.

This page contains a series of downloadable resources and learning activities from the School's Health in Humanitarian Crises course. The material was originally delivered as a free online course in February 2017 on the FutureLearn platformAdditional information about the course and its contributors can be found on the School website.This material is made available for free, open re-use by educators and is licensed under Creative Commons. Please note that this material does not represent a course experience and there is no certificate of completion available.

Course developers: Dr Karl Blanchet, Adrienne Testa, Joanna Stroud, & Jessica Petz

This page contains a series of downloadable resources and learning activities from the School's 'Preventing the Zika virus' course. The material was originally delivered as a free online course in July 2016 on the FutureLearn platform. Additional information about the course and its contributors can be found on the School website.

The material is broken down into teaching weeks, topic-focused activities and learning steps. Individual steps are presented in a variety of different ways, and may be vehicles for delivering content, discussion opportunities, or informal assessment tasks. The material available on this page does not represent a course experience, and is intended for free, open re-use by educators.


Course developers: Dr. James Logan, Dr. Robert Jones, Dr. Vanessa Chen-Hussey, Megan Kill and Joanna Stroud

This page contains a series of downloadable resources and learning activities from the School's 'Improving the health of women, children and adolescents' course. The material was originally delivered as a free online course in February 2016 on the FutureLearn platform. Additional information about the course and its contributors can be found on the School website.


The material is broken down into teaching weeks, topic-focused activities and learning steps. Individual steps are presented in a variety of different ways, and may be vehicles for delivering content, discussion opportunities, or informal assessment tasks. The material available on this page does not represent a course experience and is intended for free, open re-use by educators.


Course developers: Dr Tanya Marchant, Professor Joy Lawn, Megan Kill, and Joanna Stroud.


This page contains a series of downloadable resources and learning activities (OER) from the School's Ebola in Context course, originally delivered in January, April and August 2015 on the FutureLearn platform. This material is made available for free, open re-use by educators and is licensed under Creative Commons. Please note that this material does not represent a course experience and there is no certificate of completion available.

Course developers: Judith Glynn, Megan Kill & Joanna Stroud