Global Health Course director William Stauffer, M.D., M.S.P.H., briefs teams on the situation in the fictional Gopherstan at the beginning of the exercise.
A team of responders prepares to head out into the field.
Another team devises a plan for the day.
The American Refugee Committee's Eric James conceived the idea for the mock humanitarian crisis camp with the Medical School's Sarah Kesler, M.D.
Red numbers on this Boy Scout camp map mark the locations of Gopherstan villages and refugee camps.
Members of a crisis response team review the data they've gathered.
Painted sticks represent groups of people in this mock village. Each color signifies a person of a particular sex and age group.
Medicine-pediatrics resident Sonya Haw, M.D., leads her team through the woods under the hot August sun.
A team debriefs after the exercise.
Participants review the information they collected.