Weblinks

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Ramadan Resources

To fast or to not to fast? How to manage diabetes during Ramadan

Breastfeeding in Ramadan

Muslim Religious Observances & Diabetes

Ramadan Blogspot

Upcoming Fasting Holiday: Ramadan May/June 2017

LGBT Health

Free LGBT Patient Centered Care Webinars-Learn & Earn CME/CEU credits

Fenway Institute LGBT Health Education Webinars

NPR: Training the Next Generation of Doctors to Get LGBT Health Right

A Hunger Crisis in the LGBT Community

Refugee Health

Click on the following links to learn about the refugee communities here in Phoenix, common health concerns, cultural and religious beliefs and tips to ensure you are providing culturally competent care:

Arizona Department of Health Refugee Health Resources & Translated Materials

United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR) Info on Refugees Abroad

International Organization for Migration (IOM) Info on Refugees Abroad

Agencies working with Refugees in Phoenix:

International Rescue Committe

Refugee Focus

Catholic Charities

Arizona Immigrant & Refugee Services

MPHC Diversity, Inclusion & Community Affairs Reports

The newly named Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Affairs Report provides updates on our progress and our vision to continue building an inclusive organization and community. Read our reports here:

2016 Community Inclusion Survey Summary

2016 Patient Survey Summary

2016 Provider Survey Summary

2016 Non Provider Survey Summary

2015 Report

2014 Report

2013 Report

2012 Report

Diversity

Diversity Makes You Brighter

Diversity, Inc-catch up on the latest diversity related news here

Diversity Leadership Alliance (DLA)-read about Diversity Education in Arizona

NY Times: In Professor’s Model, Diversity=Productivity

Health Disparities

Arizona Health Disparities Resource Center

Language Access

NPR: Talking with Your Doctor

LGBT Health

 

Free LGBT Patient Centered Care Webinars-Learn & Earn CME/CEU credits

Fenway Institute LGBT Health Education Webinars

NPR: Training the Next Generation of Doctors to Get LGBT Health Right