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University of Virginia

Educational Programs for Minorities

Assisting Students Achieve Medical Degrees (ASAMD) Medical Academic Advancement Programs (MAAP-I) and Minority Medical Education Program (MMEP), supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

A Road "MAAP" to the Medical Promised Land: An Advising Manual for those Planning a Career in the Health Professions

The Hispanic/Latino Resources Page (Office of the Dean of Students)

Multicultural Pavillion The Curry School's Resources and Dialogues for Educators, Students, and Activists

Office of African American Affairs

Graduate/Professional School Information

The Outreach Office

Student Organizations

School of Medicine

American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin

Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association Charlottesville Free Clinic

HIV Education Outreach Program

Madison House

Operation SMILE

Student National Medical Association (SNMA)

School of Nursing

NSWB - Nursing Students Without Borders Black Student Nurses Association

Black Student Alliance

  • Black Student Nurses Association
  • Daniel Hale Williams Black Pre-Med and Pre-Dental Society

Bolivar Network

HUES Mentoring Program

La Sociedad Latina

The Latin American Students Association (LASA)

Native American Student Union

Voz Latin


Commonwealth of Virginia

Virginia Department of Health

Multicultural Health Task Force

Albemarle Migrant Health Initiative

Virginia Statewide Area Health Education Center Program Community Alternatives for Positive Prevention (CAPP)

Southwest Virginia Graduate Medical Education Consortium (GMEC)

Virginia Health Network Access (VHAN)

Virginia Rural Health Association


Additional Resources

Associations

Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
National Association of Hispanic Nurses
National Black Nurses Association

Black Health Care.com - Blackhealthcare.com is a culturally oriented and ethnically focused comprehensive internet-based health and medical information provider dedicated to addressing the special health problems of African-Americans.
American Medical Association - The AMA has several ongoing efforts, including the Doctors Back to School program, a dedicated Web site, reports, an assessment tool, and a cultural competence initiative.
4WOMAN.GOV - Addresses many of the health problems affecting African-American women.

Black Women's Health
GraciasDoctor.com - The first provider of multimedia health care information in Spanish and Portuguese for doctors, patients and media companies. Its web site offers Latinos around the world a great variety of original health-related content that is culturally customized, reliable and user friendly.
Institute for African American Health, Inc. (IAAH)
Newell Systems.com - Portal site dedicated to promoting web pages of interest to the Spanish-speaking communities of Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Urbanhealthcast.com - Features webcasts of health related speeches, lectures, and conferences for and about African American and minority health.