ORWH Resources

Trans-NIH Resources

HHS Resources

  • Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) in Maternal Health Care (OMH)
    • Free, 2-hour e-learning program designed for providers and students seeking knowledge and skills related to cultural competency, cultural humility, person-centered care, and combating implicit bias across the continuum of maternal health care
  • CDC Training and Continuing Education Online (registration/login required)
    • CE courses on reproductive health in specific contexts, including Reproductive Health in Emergency Preparedness and Response; Opioid Use During Pregnancy; Is It Safe? Safety Surveillance through the Antiretroviral Pregnancy Registry; PrEP and PEP Action Kit for Women; and Chagas Disease: Optimizing Care for Pregnant Women and Children

  • Improving Cultural Competency for Behavioral Health Professionals (OMH)
    • Cultural and linguistic competency is recognized as an important strategy for improving the quality of care provided to clients from diverse backgrounds. The goal of this e-learning program is to help behavioral health professionals increase their cultural and linguistic competency

  • Provider Training Series: Helping Adolescent Girls Achieve and Maintain a Healthy Weight (OWH)

    • Two-part training series that addresses weight bias and equips providers with evidence-based strategies for compassionate, targeted weight management and obesity prevention in girls. Free CE credits are available

  • HIV Prevention Toolkit (OWH)

    • The toolkit includes everything needed to run a three-day training for health department staff and other organizations implementing HIV programs, including slides and a detailed Facilitator’s guide
       

Non-Federal Resources

  • Integrating Sex & Gender in Health Research (Institute of Gender and Health, Canadian Institutes of Health Research)
    • Training courses that provide learners with skills to distinguish between and define sex and gender in health research; identify sex and gender differences in the mechanism, disease, or treatment under study; identify methods for integrating sex and gender variables in health research contexts; and assess a research protocol or publication based on the integration or omission of sex and/or gender.

  • Sex and Gender Specific Health (Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center)

    • The Sex and Gender Specific Health website offers sex- and gender-based peer-reviewed educational resources for integration into existing health care curricula in the form of learning modules; a slide library; and IPE, PBL, and simulation case examples. The website also features a video library, which offers disease/condition-specific sex and gender health information to a lay audience.

  • Gendered Innovations in Science, Health & Medicine, Engineering, and Environment (Stanford University)

    • The goal of the Gendered Innovations project is to provide scientists and engineers with practical methods for sex and gender analysis. To match the global reach of science and technology, methods of sex and gender analysis were developed through international collaborations. Gendered Innovations involves experts from across the U.S., the EU's 27 member states, and Canada.