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Community and Health

  • Amigos Y Amantes–This is an interactive online educational intervention about HIV prevention for at-risk Spanish speaking members of the Latinx community. It includes animated content, as well as Spanish language information sheets about HIV prevention, PrEP, testing, and linkage to care
  • Essentials of Collaboration–National Institute for Children’s Health Quality free E-Course. Learn how to produce positive population outcomes with effective collaboration.
  • Health Disparities data widget–Office of Minority Health. Provides easy way to find health disparities data related to the Healthy People 2020 objectives for the Leading Health Indicators.
  • HIV/AIDS Resources–The National Library of Medicine partnered with Healthy Roads Media to produce a collection of materials that educate people about HIV/AIDS.  The collection has 64 easy-to-read handouts, videos, and audio recordings available in English, Chinese – Traditional, Korean, Russian, and Spanish. Chinese – Simplified and Japanese translations will be added in 2018.
  • IPV Health–Cultivating partnerships between healthcare providers and domestic violence advocates to promote survivor’s health and safety.
  • ISpeak Cards–Arizona Department of Health Services. “ISpeak” card is for consumers to bring with them when seeking care which identifies the language they speak.
  • Making Health Care Accessible for Women with Disabilites–Breaking down barriers, breaking the silence. A report on making health care accessible for women with disabilities.
  • Myhealthfinder Tool–Preventative services recommendations.
  • Serving Women with Disablities–The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists: Interactive site for clinicians serving women with disabilities.
  • The Full Frame Initiative– FFI provides consultation, technical assistance, and training to forward-thinking government agencies to reform how services are funded, regulated and delivered, so systems begin to encourage what actually works to break cycles of poverty and violence.