May 29 & June 5 at 3 p.m. ET

Join ACU’s STAR² Center in collaboration with the Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) and The National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center for a new webinar series on workforce diversity—”Diversifying the Health Center Workforce: Elevating Cultural Humility & Equitable Care.”

Explore the critical role of a diverse workforce in achieving health equity. With a focus on applying Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) principles, the first session will provide essential background knowledge on integrating these principles into recruitment and retention efforts within healthcare settings.

In the second session, expert speakers from MCN and The National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center will highlight the specific needs and challenges faced by migrant populations and LGBTQIA+ communities. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the importance of recruiting and retaining culturally competent staff who can effectively serve these populations. With a spotlight on intersectionality, this series emphasizes the significance of acknowledging and honoring individuals’ multiple identities. By cultivating a culturally competent workforce or one with shared lived experiences, healthcare organizations can enhance patient outcomes and foster provider retention.

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More Resources on Building and Sustaining Health Center Workforces

ACU’s Solutions, Training, and Assistance for Recruitment and Retention (STAR²) Center provides resources, training, and technical assistance to help Health Center Program grantees with their clinician workforce challenges and questions. We are a National Training and Technical Assistance Partner of the Bureau of Primary Health Care funded through a national cooperative agreement with the Bureau of Primary Health Care at the Health Resources and Services Administration, ensuring that services are offered free of charge to all health centers and look-alikes.