North American Refugee Health Conference

Supporters & exhibitors

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Learn more about NARHC exhibitors

With thanks to our supporters

THANK YOU to the exhibitors and supporters who by participating in NARHC are contributing to this important work educating professionals working with refugees and immigrants on best healthcare practices.

Check out their booths at NARHC and visit their websites below for more information. We couldn’t run NARHC without their support.

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Visit Switchboard’s website

Switchboard

Switchboard is a one-stop resource hub for refugee service providers in the United States. Funded by the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR),  Switchboard offers a library of learning resources, an online evidence database, a range of self-paced e-learning courses, regular live learning opportunities, and on-demand technical assistance for ORR-funded organizations. Switchboard is implemented by the International Rescue Committee (IRC).

https://switchboardta.org

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Visit NRC-RIM’s website

National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants & Migrants

The National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants (NRC-RIM) is funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the International Organization for Migration to support health departments and community organizations working with refugee, immigrant, and migrant (RIM) communities that have been disproportionately affected by health inequities.

https://nrcrim.org/

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Visit the Gilead Foundation’s website

Gilead Foundation

The Gilead Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, endowed by Gilead Sciences, Inc. We strive for health prosperity for all. We create spheres of impact – in our company, in the community, in society – by encouraging a culture of giving, engaging with local communities and exploring innovative approaches to complex social issues.

Visit the Gilead Foundation website for more information.

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Visit Regions Hospital’s website

Regions Hospital

Regions Hospital is part of HealthPartners, a nonprofit organization with a mission of improving health and well-being in partnership with its members, patients and community. Regions Hospital is a Level I Trauma Center serving adults and children in Minnesota and western Wisconsin for 150 years. As a private, non-profit teaching hospital, Regions Hospital provides outstanding care in neurosciences, heart surgery, cardiology, oncology, emergency care, burn care, orthopedic care, mental illness and more.

For more information, visit regionshospital.com. 

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Visit My Junna’s website

My Junna

A HIPAA compliant client management software to organize your clients, case notes, organize and track community resources and more! In My Junna, you can easily enter case notes and access community resources from your phone. You can also organize and share those resources and track all of your incoming and outgoing referrals. Run important detailed reports on your company as well as electronically sign case notes, contracts and more! Let My Junna simplify your day!

Visit My Junna’s website to learn more.

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Visit CVT’s website

Center for Victims of Torture (CVT)

The Center for Victims of Torture (CVT) is a humanitarian organization that currently has offices in Ethiopia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Uganda, United States and additional project sites around the world. We work toward a future in which torture ceases to exist, where survivors find healing and justice, and where survivors and communities restore their hope.

Visit CVT’s website to learn more.

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Visit COE’s website

Centers of Excellence (COEs) in Colorado and Minnesota

The Centers of Excellence (COEs) in Colorado and Minnesota, funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, are dedicated to addressing the health needs of newcomers. Their main objectives include identifying prominent health issues among newcomers through a multi-state surveillance network, developing training tools and materials for clinicians based on new CDC screening recommendations, providing health orientation materials for newcomers, and developing and enhancing health education materials for clinicians, newcomers, and public health professionals.

Visit the Colorado and Minnesota websites to learn more!

 

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Visit Hesperian Health Guides’ website

Hesperian Health Guides

Hesperian Health Guides is a nonprofit health information and health education source that supports individuals and communities in their struggles to realize the right to health. We develop and distribute easy-to-understand health materials in the form of books, booklets, fact sheets, free online resources, and multilingual mobile apps. Created in collaboration with community partners and vetted by experts, our materials are translated and adapted for use around the world.

Visit Hesperian Health Guides’ website to learn more.

 

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Visit the Minneapolis Foundation’s website

Minneapolis Foundation

The Minneapolis Foundation cultivates generosity by driving action for the greatest civic, social, and economic needs. We partner with nonprofits, facilitate grantmaking, drive research and advocacy, and provide services to donors seeking to make a difference.

Visit the Minneapolis Foundation’s website to learn more.

 

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Visit UMN Global Medicine’s website

UMN Global Medicine

Global Medicine is committed to improving the health of individuals and communities globally. We are engaged in global health teaching, research, and clinical care which is values based and which improves the health of individuals and communities in Minnesota and the world.  The Global Medicine program offers educational opportunities – in-person and online – along the continuum of your career. Choose from a wide range of topics that are available both as online and in-person courses to start building or expanding your knowledge in global health and tropical and travel medicine. Our flagship is our Clinical Tropical Medicine & Global Health Curriculum, which is a blend of virtual and in-person learning. This course is taught in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Mayo Clinic, Hennepin County Medical Center, and HealthPartners, as well as drawing from other national and international experts. It provides a unique and flexible opportunity for those new to, or those wishing to broaden and deepen their knowledge in, Global Health.  Our curriculum certifies for both the ASTMH CtropMed exam and the DTM&H.  We are the first American members of the TropEd network of international health educators.

Visit UMN Global Medicine’s website to learn more.

 

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Visit Roche’s website

Roche

Roche is a global pioneer in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics focused on advancing science to improve lives. The combined strengths of pharmaceuticals and diagnostics under one roof have made Roche a leader in personalized healthcare – a strategy that aims to fit the right treatment to each patient in the best way possible.

Visit Roche’s website to learn more.

Become a Member

The Society of Refugee Healthcare Providers is a one-of-a-kind association dedicated to any (not just healthcare providers) professionals interested in refugee and immigrant health in North America and abroad. Become a member today to receive access to an influential network, educational opportunities and resources, and more.

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