Resources By Program Area
UAMS Northwest Regional Campus and the Northwest Arkansas Council have partnered together to create educational resources surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.COVID-19 Resources
Diabetes Health Resources
More than 10% of Americans have been diagnosed with some form of diabetes, not including those who have not yet been diagnosed.Diabetes Health Resources
Maternal Child Health Resources
The Maternal Child Health team provides and connects individuals and families to health services available in the community.Maternal Child Health Resources
Healthy Food Systems Resources
Through multiple programs, the Healthy Food Systems team works with schools and community organizations to ensure that everyone has access to healthy food.Healthy Food Systems Resources
Community Programs Resources
The Community Programs team works with community partners to create and improve access to resources, healthy foods, health care, and safe places for physical activity for all.Community Programs Resources
The following resources are available for public use. If you have any questions or need posters, handouts, or other educational material, email OCHRCommunications@uams.edu.
Northwest Arkansas Health Resource Guide
Cultural Competency Training
The UAMS Northwest Regional Campus offers cultural competency training for health care providers. General cultural competency training includes a discussion surrounding the relevance of cultural competency in healthcare, interactive learning activities and cross-cultural communication tactics. Participants will learn the essentials of culturally competent care and how to best serve patients from diverse backgrounds. Additional training in caring for Marshallese or Hispanic/Latino patients is available as well, and will be co-presented by members from both communities who will be available for a Q&A following the session.
To learn more or to schedule a cultural competency training, contact Sarah Moore at email@example.com or 479-713-8678.