Population Health Clerkship Team: Latinos Living with HIV - Southern MA
1. Team faculty
a. Academic faculty: Lisa Morris, Director, Cross Cultural Initiatives
(508) 856-3572, email@example.com, 333 South St, Shrewsbury, MA 01545
b. Community faculty: Donna Amaral, Clinical Nurse Specialist & Intake Coordinator at St. Anne’s Center for Behavioral Health, Clinical Nurse Instructor, UMASS Dartmouth
(508) 674-7000, firstname.lastname@example.org, 795 Middle St., Fall River, MA 02721
2. Defining characteristics
a. The population of primary interest for this team is: Urban Underserved Community
b. The health issue affecting this population on which this team will focus is: HIV/Aids amongst Latino population
c. The primary sites and locations at which the team will spend their time are: Greater New Bedford Community Health Center (GNBCHC) http://www.gnbchc.org
1990 Awarded its first Ryan White grant in the amount of $110K for treatment of patients with HIV. The Health Center continues to receive more than $250K annually for this.
d. Primary student activities: Visit the Immigrant Assistance Center ,tour local neighborhood, Housing authority, local restaurant or two with community guests, home visits for pregnant women
e. Specific logistical details e.g. housing, transportation, etc.: Furnished condos provided by GNBCHC which are located in close proximity to the health center. Vehicle required to travel to New Bedford and to student activities.
f. Maximum number of students on team: 4 - 6
a. Web resources relevant for this population and/or health issue