Refugee Health Sim at Guelph University


In March, Julie Zhang led a refugee health response simulation for a graduate global health class at the University of Guelph. The students came from a variety of disciplines, from international development to computer science, and applied their in-course knowledge and unique backgrounds to the sim scenario. During the debrief period, the participants had an engaging discussion on the untapped value of experiential learning in higher education. Thank you to Professors Sherilee Harper and Warren Dodd for the invitation to facilitate in their classroom!