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What is the clinician's role in recruiting consumer board members?

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Migrant Clinicians Network and Migrant Health Promotions recommend strategies for increasing clinician involvement in consumer board member recruitment.

"What is your role in recruiting consumer board members?" is an Implementation Plan for Increasing Consumer Board Members at FQHCs.

Additionally, MCN and MHP have created a template for a recruitment poster to hang in your clinic. Feel free to take this tool and adapt it for the unique needs of your site.

My Language. My Choice Campaign poster

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This poster is the first in a series at Pacific Lutheran University underwritten by a grant from the Pride Foundation.

The My Language. My Choice (MLMC) Campaign is a poster campaign to address the use of hurtful and harmful language. The campaign is focused on personal responsibility and choice.  Student leaders from various areas on campus have been photographed tearing up a word that they personally choose not to use.

If you would like further information about hurtful/harmful language, provide feedback, and continue the conversation about language choice, please visit the PLU Diversity Center website at www.plu.edu/dcenter.

Reproductive Health Care through the Eyes of Latina Women: Insights for Providers (2012)

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Latinas are experiencing high rates of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), teen childbearing, and unintended pregnancy. This report presents nine recommendations for sexual and reproductive health clinics and providers to increase young Latina women’s access to reproductive health services. The recommendations are based on findings derived from 14 focus groups conducted by Child Trends in three cities in the United States with young adult Latina women (18-24 years-old) and with reproductive health care and social service providers serving large Latina populations.

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