RC21X, named in honor of famed professional baseball player and humanitarian, Roberto Clemente, makes it easy for people to take personal responsibility for brain health. It consists of 15 brief, game like modules that take approximately 12 minutes to complete. By following the basic rules and directions for using RC21X, subscribers have the ability to monitor how a broad set of key components of their brain are performing at any time. Plus, RC21X provides objective measurement, data-based records, and reports for all sessions which can be used by physicians like you to provide better treatment options for your patients.
NHMA has partnered with RC21X to raise funds for our key initiatives in the Hispanic community. From now through December 31, 2014, on every RC21X subscription purchased at $50.00/year, NHMA will receive 50% of the proceeds. These dollars will go directly to support a variety of NHMA programs such as mentoring college and medical students who are interested in becoming our nation's next generation of health professionals. For additional information or to subscribe please click here.
Health Portal (HispanicHealth.info) $25,000 per year with logo displayed on portal home page - The Portal developed by NHMA, the NHMA Council of Medical Societies, and the National Hispanic Health Professional Leadership Network (HHPLN) to provide research and resources on obesity, diabetes, hypertension, cancer, alzheimer’s disease and mental health to providers. Additional advertising opportunities include our Website and Newsletter – Advertising at various levels of support.
The NHMA newsletter is published monthly. It is compiled by the NHMA President & CEO and is disseminated electronically to an audience of approximately 55,000; comprised of NHMA members, board members, NHMA Leadership Fellows, public health and health industry officials, and other affiliated contacts. Appropriate advertisements include job postings, event announcements, etc. To view online versions of newsletters posted to our Website, click here: http://nhmamd.org/newsletter
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CONTACT: Lucy Pacheco at 202-628-5895 ext. 150
Please feel free to call if you have questions and thank you for your ad placement. You will also find a Word document you are welcome to print and fax back at 202-628-5898, click here for downloadable form.
Linked to over 2,000 jobs and over 800 employers through the National Healthcare Career Network. Please click the Boxwood Online Career Center button below. This will direct you to our self-serve process for posting job positions available.
NHMA has convened Hispanic Health Policy Briefings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC as well as in major cities across the nation to invite health experts to discuss health care issues with Hispanic physicians and community leaders. Congresswoman Lucille Roybal Allard, Congressman Raul Ruiz and Congresswoman Donna Christensen opened up the 2014 Congressional Briefing, February 11, 2014 on “Innovations for Health Disparities Policies” with the Commission to End Health Disparities and with the American Academy for Development Disability Medicine. NHMA also held a Congressional Briefing on Childhood Nutrition and Reducing Obesity Recommendations from NHMA State Summits, supported by WK Kellogg Foundation, Dairy Council, Dannon.
Partners: White House, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, State Marketplace. The Forums will be from 6:00-8:00 pm including an Affordable Care Act update :
NHMA provides the following Technical Assistance Services:
Summer Internship for Medical Students - NHMA is especially interested in providing a health policy and program development experience for medical students interested in Hispanic health projects during the summer (4 week minimum) for credit under medical school independent study. Preceptor is Elena Rios, MD, MSPH. Deadline is January 1st of each year.
Fellowships for Residents - NHMA also offers health policy and research experience for medical residents for any month during the year as an elective GME course.
Undergraduate and Graduate Student Internships - NHMA provides an outstanding opportunity for students interested in a semester internship nonprofit program careers in the health care, public health prevention, as well as national advocacy and policy analysis. NHMA focuses on improving the health of Hispanic populations and works closely with its membership and partners - physicians, health professionals, residents, medical students as well as the Federal government, Congress, and private sector partners which impact health care to our communities. Student travel stipends are provided for those enrolled in a university and obtaining academic credit. If not enrolled in a university, NHMA offers limited paid placements, announced a month prior to the start of the semester.