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By National Council on Interpreting in Health Care
Three leading healthcare professionals honored for their contributions to improving the lives of all people through the promotion of language access in healthcare.

By Florida HERI
Collaboration of Florida’s largest universities and health and government organizations serves as the go-to resource for Florida health equity researchers, students, healthcare professionals and the community.

By North Carolina American Indian Health Board
New network of American Indian physicians to advocate for improving health disparities meeting in Lumberton today. Speakers: Dr. Anthony Cannon, a national diabetes expert and Lou Brock, Nat'l Baseball Hall of Fame, and living with diabetes.

By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program Founder to be honored Nov. 2 by The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, a leadership development & community service program headquartered at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

By University of Houston
Center for Health Equity and Evaluation Research (CHEER) to Open Doors at University of Houston

By Angela Caraway
The American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE) 5th annual conference, “Healthy Communities through Access, Education, Research & Collaboration,” is expected to draw a significant crowd to the Loews Atlanta Hotel on March 22-24.

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By National Council on Interpreting in Health Care
Three leading healthcare professionals honored for their contributions to improving the lives of all people through the promotion of language access in healthcare.

By Florida HERI
Collaboration of Florida’s largest universities and health and government organizations serves as the go-to resource for Florida health equity researchers, students, healthcare professionals and the community.

By Men's Health Network
Stakeholders dedicated to raising awareness on health disparities among American Indian&laska Native males collaborated with Men’s Health Network to develop a brief report titled: A Vision of Wellness and Health Equity for AI/AN Boys and Men

By North Carolina American Indian Health Board
New network of American Indian physicians to advocate for improving health disparities meeting in Lumberton today. Speakers: Dr. Anthony Cannon, a national diabetes expert and Lou Brock, Nat'l Baseball Hall of Fame, and living with diabetes.

By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program Founder to be honored Nov. 2 by The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, a leadership development & community service program headquartered at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

By University of Houston
Center for Health Equity and Evaluation Research (CHEER) to Open Doors at University of Houston

By Angela Caraway
The American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE) 5th annual conference, “Healthy Communities through Access, Education, Research & Collaboration,” is expected to draw a significant crowd to the Loews Atlanta Hotel on March 22-24.

By NCAIHB
Organization grows as it aims to eliminate health disparities among the largest population of American Indians east of the Mississippi River

By Foote Communications LLC
Tenth anniversary initiative promotes regular check ups, preventive health care and healthy living. The project is designed to reduce the health disparity between African Americans and the general population.

By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)
265 multidisciplinary graduate student Schweitzer Fellows will spend the next year addressing health disparities and developing lifelong leadership skills at 13 U.S. program sites and at Dr. Albert Schweitzer’s hospital in Lambaréné, Africa.

By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)
Children’s Defense Fund and American Cancer Society veteran Marilyn Kuhar will enhance opportunities for philanthropic participation in The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)'s mission.

By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)
Indiana Schweitzer Fellows Program will provide health-focused graduate students with chance to gain firsthand knowledge, skills rarely found in traditional health professional training

By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)
The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF) will use a $167k Anthem grant to implement the 5-2-1-0 Healthy Kids Countdown, a health promotion initiative built on evidence-based messaging that emphasizes healthy nutritional choices and behaviors.

By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)
The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF) will use the grant to implement the 5-2-1-0 Healthy Kids Countdown, a health promotion initiative built on evidence-based messaging that emphasizes healthy nutritional choices and behaviors.

By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)
The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF) will use the grant to implement the 5-2-1-0 Healthy Kids Countdown, health promotion initiative built on evidence-based messaging that emphasizes healthy nutritional choices and behaviors.

By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)
The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF) will use the grant to implement the 5-2-1-0 Healthy Kids Countdown, a health promotion initiative built on evidence-based messaging that emphasizes healthy nutritional choices and behaviors.

By WakeMed Health & Hospitals
The North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus Foundation (NCLBCF) is hosting a two-day summit to discuss the Economic Impact of Health Disparities across our state on January 7 and January 8 in the Andrew’s Center on the WakeMed Raleigh Campus.

By URU The Right to Be, Inc.
The film, The Deadliest Disease in America, will be screened on Nov.12, at 5pm,Temple Medical School. Afterwards, medical professionals & community members will participate in one of three workshops, including one on Obama’s Healthcare Plan.

By URU The Right to Be, Inc.
Crystal Emery’s film, 'The Deadliest Disease in America' will be screened on October 5, at So. Conn. State University. Following the film, medical professionals, community organizers & members will participate in one of three workshops.



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