Online: Immigrant Health Online Module

This module examines ten prevalent myths about contemporary immigrants in the United States and presents historical and statistical facts behind those myths. The module provides an overview of health care issues, health disparities faced by immigrants, and estimates the costs of providing health care services to this population.
The module also explores how immigrants are likely to fare under the Affordable Care Act of 2010, in terms of health care access, cost, and quality. The role of community health centers as providers of first and last resort is discussed in the context of health reform

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Section 2 of this course is available at no charge, however, neither a certificate nor continuing education credit will be awarded.

Section 3 of this course is available for a certificate and continuing education credit for an administrative fee of $10.