Tag: Diverse Health Care

Tag: Diverse Health Care

Strategies to Diversify the Health Care Workforce
June 7, 2022 LPOC Organization

Join experts from the Urban Institute and the medical and nursing fields to discuss the disproportionately low number of Black/African American and Hispanic/Latinx physicians and nurses, as well as strategies, policies, and practices that can help address this issue.

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NHMA 2022 Leadership Fellowship Deadline
December 21, 2021 LPOC Organization

Upcoming Opportunities at NHMA As the new year quickly approaches, National Hispanic Medical Association is thrilled to be recruiting our 2022 class of Leadership Fellows. The NHMA Leadership Fellowship program

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MEDPEP Pre-Health Conference
September 14, 2021 LPOC Organization

The UCLA Medical Preparation and Education Pipeline program Médicos, Enfermeros, y Dentistas Para El Pueblo (MEDPEP) is designed to support low-income Latino and other underrepresented minority (URM) students through their community college

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UC Davis Pre-Health Conference
June 28, 2021 LPOC Organization

One of the largest pre-health fairs in the nation and will host representatives from hundreds of health professional schools across the country. This is your chance to learn more about schools you are interested in, meet deans of admission, and make lasting connections.

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Multicultural Mental Health Summit – Healing Our Communities: Equity, Inclusion & Wellness
August 11, 2021 LPOC Organization

Discussion addressing cultural disparities by finding solutions that allow providers the flexibility of addressing inequalities and help them to provide services the are both Culturally and Linguistically relevant for communities of color

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LPOC Announces 2021 Summit on Tuesday, April 7th @ 5:30 p.m.
March 2, 2021 The Latest LPOC Organization

Join representatives from LPOC, MíMentor and the Latino Medical Student Association for this vital discussion on the future of California’s health care workforce, growing diversity and creating a stronger pipeline through college and medical school.

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