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2019    V. Rowthorn, L. Loh, J. Evert, E. Chung, and J. N. Lasker. Not Above the Law: A Legal and Ethical Analysis of Short-term Global Health Experiences. Annals of Global Health. 85(1), p.79. DOI:

2018     J.N. Lasker, M. Aldrink, R. Balasubramaniam, P. Caldron, B. Compton, J. Evert, L. Loh, S. Prasad, S. Siegel. Guidelines for Ethical and Effective Short-term Global Health Activities: Developing Common Principles. Globalization and Health. 14:18

2018  B. J. Lough, R. Tiessen, and J. N. Lasker. Effective Practices of International Volunteering for Health: Perspectives from Host Partner Organizations. Globalization and Health. 14:11 DOI 10.1186/s12992-018-0329-x

2017   A. Smaldino, J.N. Lasker, & C. Myser. “Clear as Mud: Voluntourism, Power Dynamics, and Global Health”. In N. Arya and J. Evert, Global Health Experiential Education; From Theory to Practice. Routledge.

2017   M. Rozier, J.N. Lasker, & B. Compton. Short-Term Volunteer Health Trips: Aligning Host Community Preferences and Organizer Practices. Global Health Action.10:1, 1267957

2015   International Health Volunteering: Understanding Organizational Goals. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. DOI: 10.1007/s11266-015-9661-4. In print: Voluntas (2016) 27:574-594

 2014   J.N. Lasker, M. Rozier, & B. Compton. Short-Term Medical Mission Trips: Phase I Research Findings –Practices & Perspectives of U.S. Partners. St. Louis: Catholic Health Association of the United States.