Following is a list of additional resources for health care providers.
This lupus awareness video was developed to help non-rheumatology providers serving American Indian and Alaska Native communities recognize lupus signs and symptoms.
This video assists health care professionals to recognize potential lupus symptoms and make appropriate referrals to rheumatologists.
This four-part video series examines how unconscious biases in the thinking of both patients and physicians impacts the diagnosis and treatment of lupus. Essays, quizzes, and additional resources are included.
This data-based vignette provides a real world example of how patient care can be impacted by cultural differences.
The National Center for Cultural Competence at Georgetown University offers a variety of online self-assessments intended to heighten awareness of the importance of cultural and linguistic competence in various health care settings.
Explore the Office of Minority Health’s free continuing education e-learning programs designed for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, promotores de salud, heath care administrators and other providers to learn about culturally and linguistically appropriate services (CLAS).
The ACR has developed a toolkit to help providers assist in the transition of young adult lupus patients phasing out of their pediatric rheumatologists practice to an adult rheumatologist.
SCHOOL NURSE RESOURCES
Given the crticiality of continued care for persons with lupus, ACR created the following resources to assist School Nurses support students, their families, and the student’s healthcare team in caring for the student with lupus.