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Latino Health for All Coalition
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Educational DVDs for Spanish-speaking U.S. Residents
One topic discussed on Saturday was the need to help Spanish-speaking residents navigate services in the US. I found this resource that may be helpful:
Educational DVDs for Spanish-speaking U.S. Residents The ÉXITO EN EL NORTE/Success in the U.S. educational DVD series was created to help Spanish-speaking residents navigate daily life in the U.S., and features seven nationally applicable titles: Finances, Healthcare, Education, Taxes, Public Assistance, the Legal System and Immigration. Luis Valdez hosts the series, presented in a visual format that does not require literacy skills. The series is a collaborative effort between the non-profit Experience Education, the Southwest Iowa Latino Resource Center, and Iowa State University Extension.
Non-profit pricing is available. Direct questions to
Sharon Lee, MD
Director Family Health Care
University of Kansas Medical Center
Clinical Associate Professor
Su Salud Primero
Su Salud Primero is going to be on New Jersey Public Radio and Television on November 13, 16, and 20.
Contributed by Dan Schober
University of Kansas - School of Allied Health
Eight academic departments comprise the University of Kansas School of Allied Health which is located with the School of Medicine and the School of Nursing at the KU Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan. More than 20 academic programs in the health sciences are available at the school and the type and nature of degrees offered is extremely diverse.
Research Ethics Training in Spanish
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