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The Community Advisory Council (CAC) offers OEI guidance on serving the needs of racially and ethnically diverse communities in Oregon.
Interested in joining? The Council is looking for new members!
The Cultural Competence Continuing Education (CCCE) advises OHA on the development of a process and criteria to approve a list of cultural competence continuing education opportunities.
The Health Equity Committee (HEC) is established by the Oregon Health Policy Board
(OHPB). The purpose of the committee is to coordinate and develop
policy that proactively promotes the elimination of health disparities
and the achievement of health equity for all people in Oregon.
Health Equity Researchers of Oregon provide data that helps diverse communities improve health care in Oregon.
The Migrant Seasonal Farmworker Council provides guidance to OEI on the health issues of migrant and seasonal farmworkers (MSFW) in Oregon. For information, contact Maria Elena Castro, (503) 884-4448.
The Oregon Council on Health Care Interpreters (OCHCI) advises the Oregon Health Authority on administrative rules and policy standards for the Health Care Interpreter Program. The Council meets quarterly, and meetings are open to the public.
The Oregon Health Authority's Traditional Health Worker (THW) Commission promotes the use of traditional health workers, such as Community Health Workers, Peer Support and Peer Wellness Specialists, Personal Health Navigators, and Doulas. Traditional health workers contribute to the delivery of high-quality, culturally competent care and lower costs.
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