This section contains a repository of teaching materials and student contributed course work. These materials are provided P. Preston Reynolds, founder and creator of CHAAMP, and her students. Each course contains a series of learning objectives as well as readings that link to the materials from the Bibliography. These resources are designed to provide a template for your own teaching.

History of African Americans in the Health Professions

This course is intended to be used as a “master course” – a course from which other courses can be derived and elaborated upon. It covers the history or African American medicine from colonial times to the present, and touches on several themes and subjects. 

AAS 3500: African American Health Professionals and Health Disparities

This course will explore race and its impact on health disparities throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, focusing on the history and contributions of African American doctors, dentists, nurses, lay midwives, and public health professionals.