- The Minnesota Refugee Health website
Very useful site for research, clinical info, etc.
- CDC Immigrant and Refugee Health
- The Imaging of Tropical Diseases
Free image archive for the diagnosis of parasitic and infections disease.
- Multilingual Access Project
Website in 10 languages for domestic violence victims and advocates. Created by Seattle, WA, agency. Includes many Asian languages.
- Bilingual mental health brochures
Brochures in many languages (Albanian, Amharic, Chinese, French, Vietnamese,
etc.) explaining mental illness and mental health problems such as depression.
- Refugee integration "backgrounders" from the Center for Applied Linguistics
Refugee Backgrounders provide key information about new refugee groups for U.S. resettlement workers but in a smaller digest format. Backgrounds are available for Iraqi and Bhutanese/Nepalese refugees, among others.
- Health Information Translations
Assembled by a group of Ohio hospitals, the site is an excellent resource for families, health care professionals, and those who teach health education to English language learners. Topics covered include asthma, burn care, diabetes, home care after surgery, and even disaster preparedness.
Materials are available in more than 15 languages.
- Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured
Discusses language interpretation and includes comments on use of family members as interpreters.
- SPIRAL: Selected Patient Information Resources in Asian Languages
SPIRAL is a web resource that connects people to authoritative health information in Asian languages that is freely available on the World Wide Web
- Materials from PICC Forum on Anti Immigrant Legislation
On July 15, 2010, PICC convened a public forum to inform and organize immigant rights advocates, activists, service providers and concerned community members to take action on anti immigrant legislation gaining momentum in Harrisberg. All of the materials from the Forum are available for download. They can be used to help educate legislators and others on the issues.
- Institute of Medicine - Forum on Global Violence Prevention
The IOM's Forum on Global Violence Prevention will work to reduce violence worldwide by promoting research on both protective and risk factors and encouraging evidence-based prevention efforts. The Forum aims to facilitate dialogue and exchange by bringing together experts from all areas of violence prevention, including behavioral scientists, policy makers, criminal justice professionals, social service providers, economists, legal experts, journalists, philanthropists, faith-based organizations, corporate social responsibility officers, among others.
- New Routes to Community Health
New Routes is a new approach for improving the health of immigrants through immigrant-created media. Eight diverse immigrant-led collaborations across the United States have received three-year grants from New Routes to create locally-focused media and outreach campaigns that speak directly to immigrants’ health concerns.
- L-E-A-R-N Model
"Five Simple Steps to Improve Health by Improving Communication" is a 12-minute teaching video on providing cross-cultural health, produced by HealthPartners Center for International Health in Minnesota