The University of Wisconsin CDH is committed to developing culturally competent training programs and eliminating health disparities among minority and vulnerable populations.
Information Resources for Various Minority Groups provided by the Office of Research on Minority Health at the NIH.
Issues in Islamic Medical Ethics is provided by the University of Virginia. The purpose of the site is to provide generally agreed upon guidelines in matters of medical practice and bioethics in accord with the five schools of Islamic Religious Law: the Maliki, Hanafi, Shafi'i, Hanbali and Ja'fari (Imami Shi'i).
?Slavery, Segregation and Racism: Trusting the Health Care System ain't Always Easy!? is a paper about the African American Perspective on bioethics and offers a chronicling of the use of African-Americans participants in research, and a history of American science and medicine.
Published quarterly by the Michigan State University Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences (Vol. 18, fall 1996- )
South East Asian Health Ethics Network (SEAHEN) is a network of researchers in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Indonesia funded by WHO South East Asian Regional Office (SEARO)
Women and Genetics in Contemporary Society (WAGICS) facilitates women's discussion of ethical and social issues in genetics