What is SUGARPREP?
SUGARPREP is a suite of free educational products used to prepare medical providers to work in resource-limited settings. It consists of the SUGAR Quartet, a comprehensive set of curricular resources for use by global health educators. The Quartet is comprised of:
- SUGAR (Simulation Use for Global Away Rotations) Sim Cases: a simulation-based curriculum that focuses on common challenges, both practical and emotional, faced when working in resource-limited settings.
- PEARLS (Procedural Education for Adaptation to Resource-Limited Settings): a series of downloadable or streaming videos which demonstrate how to modify medical procedures using supplies commonly found in resource-limited settings.
- S-PACK (SUGAR’s Pre-Departure Activities Curricular Kit): a comprehensive pre-departure global health curriculum that is modular and modifiable.
- I-PACK (Immigrant Partnership and Advocacy Curricular Kit): a curriculum designed for medical providers and educators who wish to enhance knowledge and skills related to immigrant and refugee health.
This website provides the necessary training for facilitators interested in bringing SUGARPREP to their institutions.