A Diversity Spectrum article finds that the issue isn’t in recruiting lawyers from diverse backgrounds, it’s getting them to stay. And with the Census Bureau’s projection that 47% of all Americans will be Hispanic, black, or Asian, the law profession … Read More
John F. Kennedy University is poised to begin a ground-breaking Master’s program focused on offering culturally appropriate training for future licensed therapists who wish to cater to Latinos.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel article is spot-on in its description of the … Read More
Combine a highly trained population of recent immigrants with a shortage of health professionals in Rhode Island. Seems like a perfect match for filling the need for health care professionals while allowing immigrants to work in their field, doesn’t it? … Read More
An interesting statistic from the National Health Law Program’s survey of 260 members of the National Association of Community Health Centers:
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“Eighty-one percent of general internists treat LEP patients frequently — 54% at least once a day or a few