Category: Health Equity

Join us on Thursday, May 9th! Time:  1:00p – 7:00p (PT) Location: Skagit Valley College (Angst Hall), Mount Vernon, WA *Preregistration is encouraged & free! Join UW Bothell and community partners at MINDfest 2024, a…

Why we honor & celebrate AANHPI Heritage Month  Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month originated with Congress in the late 1970s. Since its origin, it has honored many different populations, countries and…

Summer is nearing… get ready for swimming!  As part of the Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) commitment to equitable and accessible programming, Swim Seattle is offering all scholarship-eligible youth FREE Beginner Swim Lessons. Swim Seattle is…

Improving Health Outcomes through our Cultures, Communities & Connections Each April, the HIPRC raises public awareness on National Minority Health Month (NMHM). This year’s NMHM theme is about understanding how the unique environments, cultures, histories,…

  Call the “Telebup” Hotline at (206) 289-0287 anytime! The UW Department of Emergency Medicine (UW DEM) recently launched a Tele-buprenorphine Hotline in partnership with Public Health—Seattle & King County to provide low-barrier medication for…

The Rural Health Information Hub recently released their Rural Community Health Toolkit. A toolkit is meant to help organizations and public health sectors learn how to identify community needs, find evidence-based models, plan and implement…

APRIL “ POOLS”  is a National Drowning Prevention initiative that focuses on water safety skills during the month of April (and into May) in preparation for the summer season. Learning water safety skills AT ANY…

Severe traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are a leading cause of child deaths and disability, with a disproportionate burden on low and middle-income countries (LMICs).  Children in these countries often require long-term rehabilitation and care, which…

HIPRC postdoctoral scholar, Keith Hullenaar, PhD, received a K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) to analyze state resource officer (SRO) programs and their impacts on…

In episode 13 of the Picking Your Brain podcast, Department of Veterans Affairs researchers and Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence (TBICoE) clinical experts discuss the “Improving Health care Engagement and Access to Optimize Long-Term…

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