Urban Universities for HEALTH (Health Equity through Alignment, Leadership, and Transformation of the Health workforce) – a partnership between APLU, the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities (USU), and the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) created with funding from the National Institutes of Health – has developed an interactive, web-based toolkit to help universities better develop a more diverse and culturally competent health and biomedical research workforce. Urban Universities for HEALTH will unveil the toolkit during a webinar on Monday, June 26, 3:00-4:00 p.m. EST. Click here to register for the webinar now.
University leaders, diversity professionals, public health experts, funding agencies, and all others with interest in preparing the future health workforce are invited to attend. The toolkit is intended to help universities play a role in improving access to care and reducing health disparities through workforce development. With the best practices and strategies outlined in the toolkit, universities can help better address health inequities in their communities by recruiting and educating a workforce that is prepared to meet the needs of a diverse patient population.
The toolkit includes:
Webinar speakers include:
APLU thanks University of Cincinnati, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Cleveland State University and Northeast Ohio Medical University, University of New Mexico, and University of Missouri for providing case studies that serve as the foundation of the toolkit.
Questions? Please contact Lynn Brabender at email@example.com.