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These refugee health profiles provide key health and cultural information for specific refugee groups resettling in the United States. Information is gathered from the World Health Organization (WHO), International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Office of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), US Department of State, and other sources to provide information that will help resettlement agencies, clinicians, and public health providers facilitate appropriate medical screening and interventions for refugee groups. Each profile has six components: priority health conditions; background; population movements; healthcare and diet in camps; medical screening of US-bound refugees; health information
Stanford School of Medicine has developed an Ethnogeriatric Curriculum for 13 ethnicities (African American, Alaska Native, American Indian, Asian Indian American, Chinese American, Filipino American, Hawaiian and Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino American, Hmong American, Japanese American, Korean American, Pakistani American, and Vietnamese American) to better prepare health professionals in providing culturally-competent care. Intended to be used as a teaching curriculum, including culture specific information, case studies, and other tools and resources.