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Third National Leadership Summit. A blueprint for change. February 25-27, 2009. Reserve your exhibit space at the 2009 National Leadership Summit on Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health: email or call Jeffrey Wainhause at 917-843-3128. Register to attend the Summit, February 25-27, 2009. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
Get your Family Portrait Online
My Family Health Portrait is a tool from the Surgeon General that allows users to create a family tree that includes each person’s health history, so necessary steps can be taken to combat the likelihood of disease.
Learn about OMH Strategies to Address Hepatitis B in Minority Communities
Health education, screenings, better access to care and treatment, and more research are the key strategies to reduce chronic hepatitis B in Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander communities. Read the report.
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Opinions about the CLAS Standards are being sought by the National Committee for Quality Assurance and will be accepted online until January 16, 2009.
OMH Awards Nearly $3 Million for HIV/AIDS Services in Minority Communities
Office of Minority Health (OMH) announced the award of nearly $3 million to 13 organizations, to support efforts to help improve the capability of community-based organizations in providing comprehensive HIV/AIDS-related services in underserved racial and ethnic minority communities.
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