The Project SHARE curriculum aims to build high school students' skills to reduce health disparities at the personal, family and community level. The curriculum aligns with national standards and can be used in diverse settings nationwide: schools, libraries, community-based organizations, and community-academic partnerships.
The curriculum is comprised of six modules. Each module contains up to five lessons and is accompanied by experiential learning activities. Individual lessons and modules may be used in a series or may stand alone. You are encouraged to modify the basic lessons to meet the needs of your communities.
The Project SHARE curriculum is made freely available for educational use and can be modified to meet local needs. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
This project is funded by the National Library of Medicine Award Number G08LM011079
awarded to the Health Sciences and Human Services Library, University of Maryland, Baltimore.
The National AHEC Organization used the Project SHARE curriculum in a national health information project. Based on its use in the field, the SHARE project team made changes to the curriculum. These changes were implemented in Summer 2017. Center for Public Service Communications funded the improvements to the curriculum.