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Integrating Health Literacy, Cultural Competence, and Language Access Services: Workshop Summary

Report Author: 
Joe Alper
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Jul

Integrating Health Literacy, Cultural Competence, and Language Access Services: Workshop Summary

This "roundtable" discussion focused on important lessons, practical strategies, and opportunities for creating greater integration of health literacy, cultural competence, and language access services in the healthcare system.

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Other

Playing the Trump Card: The Enduring Legacy of Racism in Immigration Law

Report Author: 
David B. Oppenheimer, Swati Prakash, & Rachel Marie Burns
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Jan

Playing the Trump Card: The Enduring Legacy of Racism in Immigration Law

Playing the Trump Card: The Enduring Legacy of Racism in Immigration Law grew out of a 2011 European conference on "The ‘others' in Europe and Beyond" and will eventually be published in revised form in a book featuring papers from the conference.  

Source Organization: 
University of California Berkeley

HOW IMMIGRATION AND CONCERNS ABOUT CULTURAL CHANGES ARE SHAPING THE 2016 ELECTION

Report Author: 
Betsy Cooper, Daniel Cox, E.J. Dionne Jr., Rachel Lienesch, Robert P. Jones, William A. Galston
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Jun

How Immigration and Concerns about Cultural Change are Shaping the 2016 Election

How Immigration and Concerns about Cultural Change are Shaping the 2016 Election reports on a survey of a large sample of Americans in all 50 states, conducted in the spring of 2016.

Source Organization: 
The Brookings Institution

Refugee Integration in the United States

Report Author: 
David Dyssegaard Kallick and Silva Mathema
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Jun

Refugee Integration in the United States

Refugee Integration in the United States analyzes levels of economic and social integration of refugees ov

Source Organization: 
Center for American Progress

Immigrants in Health Care: Keeping Americans Healthy Through Care and Innovation

Report Author: 
Marcia D. Hohn, EdD; James C. Witte, PhD; Justin P. Lowry, PhD; & José Ramón Fernández-Peña, MD
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Jun

Immigrants play an outsized and imperative role in the U.S. health care industry. Combining existing data and profiles of immigrants across the health care spectrum, Immigrants in Health Care: Keeping Americans Healthy Through Care and Innovation, published by The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc.

Source Organization: 
The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc.

Immigrants and Billion Dollar Startups

Report Author: 
Stuart Anderson
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Mar

Immigrants and Billion Dollar Startups

Immigrants have founded 44 of the 87 U.S. startup companies valued at 1 billion dollars or more.

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Other

Midwest Diagnosis: Immigration Reform and the Healthcare Sector

Report Author: 
Nicole Fisher
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Mar

Midwest Diagnosis: Immigration Reform and the Healthcare Sector

The supply of native-born health care professionals is not keeping pace with the rising demand for health care workers in the Midwest, especially to serve the rapidly growing elderly population.

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Other

Undocumented Immigrants’ State & Local Tax Contributions

Report Author: 
Lisa Christensen Gee, Matthews Gardner, & Meg Wiehe
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Feb

Undocumented Immigrants’ State & Local Tax Contributions

Undocumented immigrants in the United States pay a significant proportion of their income in state and local taxes and could potentially pay more through implementation of the Obama administration’s executive actions or passage of comprehensive immigration reform.

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Other

Building Community Partnerships to Serve Immigrant Workers

Report Author: 
Darlene G. Miller and Nancy Poppe
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 May

Building Community Partnerships to Serve Immigrant Workers

As the U.S. population ages and baby-boomers retire, the U.S. will fall short of 5 million workers by 2020.

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Other
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