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Hispanic Heritage Month occurs every year between September 15th and October 15th. President Johnson made the proclamation for a weekly celebration in 1968 and Congress expanded the observance to a month-long celebration in 1989. September 15 was chosen to start … Continue reading
The Office of Minority Health designates every April as National Minority Health Month. It is a call to action and unity for state and local offices of minority health, health departments, and all of the organizations and partners involved to … Continue reading
This is the third article in a series dealing with health disparities. There are various basic primary and preventive care measures (such as nutritional counseling, preventive dental care, pelvic exams, x-rays, physical examinations, colonoscopies, etc.) that people with disabilities often … Continue reading
The Office of Minority Health Center alerted us to this opportunity: Comments Sought on Draft Plan to Reduce Health IT Disparities A draft Federal Health IT Disparities Strategic Plan was posted for public comment on Aug. 24 on the HealthIT.gov … Continue reading
We at NARIC are very excited to tell you about an upcoming webinar that we think you should attend. Dr. Jim Krause of the Medical University of South Carolina is presenting this talk. He is the director of the Spinal … Continue reading