Training, Education and Technical Assistance
for Culturally-Competent Compassionate Care
The Howard University Telehealth Training Center (HU-TTC) builds on two decades of work with the community to train current and future health professionals, especially those at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in providing culturally competent compassionate care.
From our early days as the home of the National Minority AIDS Education and Training Center to today, our mission is to provide training, education, and technical assistance focused on culturally-competent compassionate care to clinicians, health care providers, and public health professionals.
Our projects catalyze and strengthen cultural competence of medical education, emergency response training needs, and HIV/AIDS health equity in communities nationwide.
The Howard University College of Medicine Center of Excellence (HUCOM-CoE) designs, develops, pilots, and evaluates a virtual curriculum and supportive programming to enhance the capacity of Black undergraduate students at HBCUs in successfully applying to and completing medical school.
Access Resources from Our Current Projects
- Howard University College of Medicine Center of Excellence (HUCOM-COE)
- Howard University MSI HIV/HCV Prevention Program (MSI-H2P)
- Caribbean Clinicians Community of Practice (CCCoP)
- HBCU Emergency Management Workforce Consortium (HBCU-EMWC)