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Hispanic Health Resource Links
The National Alliance for Hispanic
Health (the Alliance) is the Nation’s oldest and largest network of
Hispanic health and human services providers. The
National Alliance for Hispanic Health is the premier organization
focusing on Hispanic Health.
Hispanic Medical Association
The National Hispanic Medical Association is a non-profit association
representing 36,000 licensed Hispanic physicians in the United States.
The mission of the organization is to improve the health of Hispanics
and other underserved populations. As a rapidly growing national
resource based in the nation's capital, NHMA provides policymakers and
health care providers with expert information and support in
strengthening health service delivery to Hispanic communities across
An online community center for medical and public
health schools that serve the Hispanic community, medical and public
health students, faculty and researchers, public health officials, and
individuals that are interested in learning about educational and
research issues concerning the Hispanic community in the United States
Search engine on Hispanic health issues.
Minority Health & Health Disparities
CDC's search engine on Hispanic/Latino populations including
demographics, health statistics, non-government resources, leading
causes of death, health disparities, and more.
Search engine on health resources focused on Latino issues.
Health Bibliography Series
From the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. The
of the Hispanic Americans and Health bibliography series
includes references to over 1000 articles culled from searches of
MEDLINE, CINAHL (nursing and allied health) and PsycINFO. The
bibliography includes articles added to the databases from
approximately August 2006 through July 2009.
The bibliography is divided into broad subject areas. Each article is
placed in only one category. The categories are as follows: Access to
Health Care; Alcohol, Tobacco, and Substance Use; Alternative
Therapies; Cancer; Child and Adolescent Health; Dental Health;
Diabetes; Diet, Nutrition, and Obesity; Education/Health Education;
Ethnic and Cultural Issues; Genetics; Heart Disease, Hypertension, and
Stroke; HIV/AIDS/Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Interpersonal
Relationships and Sexuality; Mental Health; Parenting; Pregnancy,
Childbirth, and Neonatal Care; Senior Health; Tests and Instruments;
Violence and Domestic Violence; Vision Disorders; Women’s Health; Other
Diseases; and Other.
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