|Welcome to the Hispanic
The Hispanic Health Pathway (HHP) is sponsored by the Office of
Affairs and the Center for Cultural Proficiency in Medical Education
(CC-PriME), and David Acosta, M.D., Associate Dean for Multicultural
Affairs, serves as the Director.
goal of the HHP is to provide a number of
opportunities and experiences to
students that will better prepare them to provide cultural-responsive
care for the Hispanic population.
The HHP will provide a number of different
modules on-line, problem-based learning
small group discussions, and mentoring opportunities with Hispanic
or non-Hispanic faculty who have an expertise in providing
care to Hispanics. Elective clerkship
rotations in clinic sites
WWAMI that specifically care for a large Hispanic population will also
be available for students to participate in. The HHP will
the students a number of options to learn
skills: on-line Spanish language classes;
language course provided by local community colleges and the UW;
on-line tutorials; and immersion
experiences in Central America. Those students who have completed all
of the HHP requirements will be awarded a Certificate of Completion at
graduation and will be recognized by the Dean of the School of
of their accomplishment.
If you are interested in participating in the Hispanic Health Pathway,
please contact the HHP Advisor, Pam Racansky, M.A. at firstname.lastname@example.org
. We invite you to explore the HHP further and click on "Curriculum"
and the "Pathway Requirements" to review the program.
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Clinic located at
Casa Latina -
for more information
for Triple I on Hispanic