Training: Clinician Orientation to Migration Health
Presented by: Migrant Clinicians Network
Audience: New as well as seasoned clinicians who are interested in understanding more about the migrant population.
A series of seven webinars which cover a wide breadth of knowledge and skills to help clinicians provide quality care to migrant populations in the U.S. Each 1-hour webinar is accredited for an hour of Continuing Nursing or Continuing Medical Education. Complete all 7 webinars to receive a Certificate of Expertise in Migration Health.
Next webinar on March 13, 2013.
Training: Strengthening Services for LGBT Refugees and Asylees Part II: Creating Safe Spaces
Presented by: Heartland Alliance
Audience: Resettlement agencies
Webinar examines how agency policies, practices, and procedures affect Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) participants’ comfort level and can determine whether they self-disclose their sexual orientation and gender identity. Also learn about the physical safety concerns of LGBT refugees and asylees.
Jan 14, 2013, 2 to 3:30pm EST
Video recording of webinar available on YouTube.
Training: Webinars for Ethnic Community Self-Help Programs
Presented by: Project SOAR and ORR
Audience: Ethnic community self-help programs
Webinars will focus on organizational and program sustainability, planning for the future, partnerships and collaborations, conflict resolution, and finding your program’s unique strengths.
January 10 and 17, 2013 from 2 – 3:30 pm EST
Resource: Webinar recording of Strengthening Services for LGBT Refugees and Asylees
Heartland Alliance International’s Rainbow Welcome Initiative
The November 1, 2012 webinar on Strengthening Services for LGBT Refugees and Asylees: Understanding Terms, Concepts, and Conditions is now available. Visit their Resources for Services Providers webpage, select the Capacity Building section, and scroll down to “Webinar-Understanding Terms, Concepts, and Conditions.”
Resource: Working Clinically with Traumatized Refugee Children and Families (Archived Webinar)
Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services
Webinar uses a case presentation of a Kosovo family to illustrate assessment and intervention for refugee children and families who experienced war trauma and violence.
Resource: Orientation For, and About, Refugees with Disabilities (Archived Webinar)
Cultural Orientation Resource Center, Center for Applied Linguistics
Webinar provides case examples of challenges and resources for Bhutanese refugees in Nepal, as well as an overview of U.S. resources and programs available to refugees with disabilities.
Resource: Health Orientation Continuum Webinar Slides and Recording
Cultural Orientation Resource Center (COR) and RHTAC
Learn more about “The Refugee Health Orientation Continuum: Overseas and Domestic Perspectives” in this webinar archive, including slides and audio recording.