The following databases provide a variety of educational content for your use in designing and implementing health and human rights courses. All three offer comprehensive resources with many useful educational tools, such as syllabi, teaching modules, and classroom materials.
- PHR has partnered with the University of California, Berkeley to provide health and human rights educational content through Berkeley’s web-based collaboration and learning environment, bSpace .
- Chapter members can access lecture and presentation slides, discussion guides and readings on health and human rights topics ranging from “Human Rights Law and Governing Bodies” to “Medical Ethics in Armed Conflict.” Email The National Student Program Coordinator 
- to get a username and password.
- See the How to Use bSpace  guide for more information on what the site offers.
Visit: bSpace 
Harvard School of Public Health – Health and Human Rights Syllabi Database
- This online database offers health and human rights syllabi from 26 accredited medical and public health universities.
- The courses listed offer a variety of health and human rights focuses and cover a range of issues including law, reproductive health, social activism and fundamental concepts of human rights.
Global Health Education Consortium (GHEC) Modules
- GHEC has developed over 50 comprehensive learning modules  on a range of global health subjects. All of the modules have been created in coalition with student organizations, NGOs and universities as well as being peer-reviewed by faculty and field-tested by students.
- The learning modules can be used for medical, public health, or nursing students and can be self-instructional or an instructor led-course.
- Each module is fully developed and extensive enough to be used as a full course, and include assessment tools at the end.