This website uses an interactive map to locate HIV/AIDS prevention and service providers closest to the requested location.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
The AIDS InfoNet
Developed by the New Mexico AIDS Education and Training Center.
This website provides HIV/AIDS treatment information using non-technical language and is available in 12 different languages. Fact sheets cover a variety of topics. The website includes links to other resources, including HIV/AIDS statistics. Languages: English, Spanish, Nepali, Russian, Indonesian, Bulgarian, Bengali, Manipuri, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi
CDC Immigrant and Refugee Health, HIV Screening Guidelines
Developed by the CDC Division of Global Migration and Quarantine.
This website includes information on refugee health. Topics include general information on refugees, medical examinations, refugee health guidelines, laws and regulations relating to refugee health, and information on the migrant serum bank. The site discusses HIV screening and worldwide HIV prevalence.
Minnesota Refugee Health Provider Guide: Tuberculosis
This guide includes information about screening, diagnosis, and treatment of tuberculosis infection and disease as well as links to additional resources.
TB Education and Training Resources
This CDC website contains a wide range of patient and provider educational materials as well as other resources in a searchable database. Behavioral and social science resources include reports and instruments such as focus group discussion guides.
Lead Poisoning Prevention in Newly Arrived Refugee Children: Tool Kit
Developed by CDC and ORR. Visit the Toolkit website to download this resource.
Refugee Resettlement Worker Module
Tool to help identify and determine possible lead hazards in the homes of newly arrived refugee children, assure blood lead medical services to these children, and educate about lead poisoning prevention. PowerPoint [11.6 MB] and Notes [82 KB]
Medical Provider Module
CDC’s recommendation for identifying children with elevated blood lead levels and early post-arrival medical evaluation and therapy. PowerPoint [14.1 MB] and Notes [66 KB].
Refugee Health Information Network
This website is a national collaborative partnership that has a searchable database of quality multilingual public health resources for those providing care to resettled refugees and asylees. Resources include provider tools and health education materials in various languages.
Healthy Roads Media
This website has health education materials in a variety of refugee languages and formats, including audio recordings, videos, and handouts.