This free webinar on July 25 from the National Institutes of Health “Mind the Gap” Series discusses the opportunities and challenges of using systematic reviews to summarize knowledge about “what works” in disease prevention and health promotion: http://bit.ly/29zd5JR. Learn how systematic reviews are being used globally to implement, plan and derive recommendation for comparative effectiveness research.
Archive for the ‘Minority Health Concerns’ Category
According to Healthfinder and WELCOA, the Wellness Council of America, these are some of the health observances for July.
- Cord Blood Awareness Month
- International Group B Strep Awareness Month
- Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month
- Minority Mental Health Awareness Month
- National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness & Prevention Month
- UV Safety Month
- July 28 is World Hepatitis Day
Innovative internet-based approaches to reach black and Hispanic MSM for HIV testing and prevention services
Department of Health and Human Services
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – ERA
The purpose of this project is to evaluate innovative recruitment approaches via the internet to provide HIV testing and linkage services to black and Hispanic men who have sex with men (MSM) who have not been tested for HIV in the past 12 months, especially those who have never been tested for HIV. Estimated application due date is Oct 31, 2016 at 5 p.m. ET. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/29usn7Q
Original text comes from CDC Grant Opportunity
Enroll America and the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services co-host a series of five webinars in which navigators and assisters share their experience, challenges and solutions for connecting people to health care and preventive services.
Wednesday, July 13, 2016 | 2:00 p.m. ET
Health as a Second Language: Connecting Health Insurance Literacy to Outreach and Coverage to Care Efforts
Wednesday, July 27, 2016 | 2:00 p.m. ET
PowerMapping: Expanding Capacity and Building Partnerships to Connect with Consumers All Year Long
For additional information and recordings of previous webinars, visit http://bit.ly/29kDhdR
Text adapted from Enroll America.
Urban Indian Education and Research Organization Cooperative Agreement Program Announcement
Application Deadline: August 18, 2016
Grant Information: http://1.usa.gov/295wuWR
This IHS cooperative agreement aims to fund a national urban Indian organization to act as an education and research partner for OUIHP and urban Indian organizations funded under the IHCIA. Competition is open to a national urban Indian organization that has demonstrated experience working with IHCIA Title V-funded urban Indian health programs.
National HIV Program; HIV/AIDS Prevention and Engagement in Care
Application Deadline: August 28, 2016
Grant Information: http://1.usa.gov/295oGk8
This agreement seeks to increase local activities to move the Nation forward toward improving its HIV prevention and care outcomes. An eligible applicant will be one of the following: An Indian Tribe or Tribal organization operating an Indian health program operated pursuant to a contract, grant, cooperative agreement, or compact with IHS pursuant to the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act, or and Urban Indian organization operating a Title V Urban Indian health program that currently has a grant or contract with the IHS under Title V of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act.
Descriptions adapted from IHS funding notices.
“Diabetes: Your Way” by Mount Sinai Beth Israel Center for Health and Healing, works for everyone but was designed to specifically address the point of view of Black and Hispanic people with diabetes. The free app, available in English and Spanish, helps with setting goals, food and exercise guidance, relaxation ideas and more: http://bit.ly/28Mb2E4
The American Academy of Pediatrics’ “Immigrant Child Health Toolkit” was recently updated and reformatted. The free toolkit addresses matters related to immigrant child health, such as clinical care, immigration status related concerns, access to care and mental health. It can be viewed on the web or downloaded as a PDF: http://bit.ly/28LWfaJ
Innovative Strategies for Addressing Hep C in Indian Country (first of five webinars)
June 24, 2016 at 2 pm EDT
Information and registration: http://bit.ly/28II8Tr
The Office of Minority Health Resource Center kicks off a new webinar series designed to help health professionals, agencies and clinics get past challenges and address the rising rates of hepatitis and HIV co-infection in their communities.
The five-part webinar series examines the current state of hepatitis and HIV among minority groups, as well as best practices for culturally and linguistically appropriate testing and outreach efforts.
University Vision, Design and Capacity (U-VDC) Technical Grant Writing Workshops from the Higher Education – Technical Assistance Project (HETAP)
June 28-29: Alabama State University, Montgomery AL(full)
- July 13-14: University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX
For more information, visit http://1.usa.gov/1Yrqtoz
This hands-on, two-day workshop is for junior faculty, staff and college/university health professionals who are interested in community-based participatory research; who are committed to working with underserved populations; and who want to build their institution’s capacity to compete and receive competitive grant awards.
The National Council on Disability has created a new resource for parents with disabilities: Parenting with a Disability: Know Your Rights Toolkit. The toolkit covers issues parents and prospective parents with disabilities face every day, including adoption and foster care, reproductive health, child welfare, family law, and what is required by law from government services. Download the toolkit at: http://bit.ly/1PhxFwu