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eNewsBrief: Hot Topics in Diversity
Aug. 14, 2009
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Dear ASHHRA & IFD Members,

Please mark your calendar for the following upcoming conferences:

ASHHRA 45th Annual Conference & Exposition, Nov. 1 3, 2009 (Pre-Conference Oct. 31), in Chicago, Ill. at the Hyatt Regency on the River Walk To register, go to:

IFD National Leadership & Educational Conference - "Changing the Culture of Healthcare," June 9 - 11, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place-Chicago For more information, go to:

The Asian Health Care Leaders Association Inaugural Annual Conference, Nov. 16-17, 2009, at the Hyatt Regency Chicago To register, go to:

Thank you,

Stephanie Drake, MBA
Associate Executive Director

Fred Hobby
Institute for Diversity

In America, Matters of Race Still Matter, A Lot
from The Kansas City Star
The workplace is nothing more than a microcosm of its society and in America, matters of race still matter. A lot. Although true workplace diversity encompasses a multitude of differences, its no coincidence that people tend to mistakenly think of diversity as synonymous with race. More

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Duluth Business Aims to Bridge Language Barrier with Doctors with New Device
from Duluth News Tribune
Mat Johnson says the inability of patients and doctors to communicate in the same language often leads to misdiagnosis, needless suffering and even death. He's hoping a new device his Duluth company is developing will save lives. More

Shortage of Minorities in Medicine
from WTVR-TV
A new study finds fewer than one in 20 U.S. physicians and surgeons are African-American. So what's causing this lack of diversity? Dr. Xaviera Estes, one of america's young black doctors, says when she was in the second grade, she wanted to be a doctor. But growing up in predominately black, inner-city Houston, she was dreaming big. More

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Women Breaking 'Male Barriers'
from Canwest Global
When Rondine Cabot, a 31-year-old female field inspector for the Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB), walks onto lease land to inspect an oil well or natural gas plant, she admits she's stepping into a male-dominated world with some rough-and-tumble guys. More

Disability Discrimination Rulings: How Can They Impact Your Workplace?
from DiversityInc.
The relapse of a condition is a covered disability. An administrative aide's chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) had been in remission for 17 years before she started working for the company. More than a year after being hired, she had a relapse and requested accommodation for the CFS disability. Instead, the aide was fired. More


Illegal Immigrants Face Life-and-Death Decisions without Health Insurance
from The Chicago Tribune
As he pushes his cart around the Southwest Side selling steamed ears of corn, sliced cucumbers and other street food, Omar Castillo embodies a potential life-and-death issue that has become the third rail in the debate over health-care reform. Peddling snacks -- doused with lime and chili powder and priced at $1.50 each -- is how Castillo, 19, is trying to pay for expensive medication he needs to stay healthy after receiving a kidney transplant last year. More

The Mancession
from The New York Times
For the first time in American history, women are coming close to representing the majority of the national work force. It would of course be a bittersweet milestone, given that it comes primarily as a result of mens layoffs. More

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Pay Raises Are the Worst in 33 Years
from TIME magazine
Feel like your company has been particularly stingy on the raises this year? You're not imagining it. For 2009, the typical non-hourly worker will see a 1.8 percent bump in salary, according to a survey by the human-resources consultancy Hewitt Associates. That increase, the smallest in at least 33 years, doesn't even keep up with inflation. More

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