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| The Center for the Health
The University of California San Francisco program
assists health care professionals, health professions schools, care delivery
organizations, and public policy makers respond to the challenges of educating
and managing a health care workforce capable of improving the health and well
being of people and their communities.
|Cross Cultural Healthcare Program|
Seattle-based training, research, and consulting group. Site includes
publications, information about training programs, bibliographies.
Site with models,
practices, and legal and policy information related to linguistic and cultural
competence in health care delivery.
Ethnic medicine information from
Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA. Site includes articles, ethnic profiles,
links to related resources.
|National Minority AIDS Council|
organization dedicated to developing leadership within communities of color to
address the challenges of HIV/AIDS. Offers conferences, publications, and
technical assistance on program development and evaluation.
|National Minority AIDS Education and Training
The National Minority AETC is to build capacity for HIV care and
training among minority health care professionals and health care professionals
serving communities of color. The NMAETC works within a collaborative network of
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic Serving
Institutions (HSIs), Tribal Colleges (TCs) and their affiliates, Community Based
Organizations (CBOs), national organizations that represent minority health care
professionals, and the regional AETCs.
|Supporting Networks of HIV Care|
between the CAEAR Coalition Foundation, the NMAC, and the HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau
that provides free assistance to nonprofit, community, and faith-based
organizations with the development or improvement of their ability to provide
primary health care and support services to people of color living with or
affected by HIV/AIDS.