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  • 05 Apr 2018 9:48 AM | Anonymous

    April 10, 2018
    2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT

    Please join the Latino Commission on AIDS on National Youth HIV/AIDs Awareness Day (Tuesday, April 10,2018) at 2PM (EDT) as their leading expert panelist, Luciano Reberte and Abdier Benitez, will be discussing topics about the importance of HIV testing in youth and eliminating stigma related to HIV in youth.

    About the Webinar:

    Today's young people are the first generation that has never known a world without HIV and AIDS. In the United States, almost 40 percent of new HIV infections are young people ages 13 to 29.

    It’s more important than ever to recommit to the fight against HIV and AIDS. And most importantly, we must invest in young people - bring them to the table not only as partners, but as leaders that can truly turn the tide of the HIV and AIDS epidemic. Only by fully investing in young people - in their health, their education, and their leadership - can we reach an AIDS-free generation.

    Two young men that work at the latino Commission on AIDS, Luciano Reberte and Abdier benitez, will share their experiences working with youth in New York City, touching on two important points:

    1. The Importance of HIV testing in youth
    2. Eliminating stigma related to HIV in youth

    Speakers:

    Luciano Reberte, Lead Program Manager
    Abdier Benitez, M-Powerment Core Group Coordinator 

  • 26 Jan 2018 4:14 PM | Anonymous

    February 22, 2018
    1:30-3:00 p.m. ET

    This webinar will highlight the impact of patient-provider language concordance on clinical practice and health care delivery in an increasingly diverse population. We will specifically discuss the current state of medical Spanish curriculum in U.S. medical schools and resources available to help institutions assess their health and scientific workforce efforts to address cultural and linguistic competency. Participants will also learn about the Medical Spanish program at the University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine and discuss the components of medical Spanish skill evaluation and certification. There will be an extended Q&A session at the end.

    To register please click here.

    Speakers:

    David Acosta, MD
    Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
    Association of American Medical Colleges

    Norma A. Pérez, MD, DrPH
    Director, School of Medicine Special Programs
    Director, Hispanic Center of Excellence
    Office of Student Affairs and Admissions
    University of Texas Medical Branch

    Brenda Robles
    Coordinator, Language Interpreters Program
    National Institutes of Health

    Yumirle Turmelle, MD
    Advanced Medical Spanish course faculty advisor
    Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine

    Moderator:

    Pilar Ortega, MD
    Assistant Professor
    University of Illinois Chicago – College of Medicine
    Attending Physician, Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center
    Author, Spanish and the Medical Interview


  • 10 Oct 2017 10:01 AM | Anonymous

    October, 2017

    Dr. Ana Abraida-Lanza, PhD, Member-At-Large, HSHPS Board is the recipient of this year's APHA Mentoring Award.

    She will be presented with the award during the awards ceremony of the APHA conference in Atlanta, on November 7th at 6pm at the Georgia World Congress Center.

    Here is a full list of all the award recipients:
    https://www.apha.org/news-and-media/news-releases/apha-news-releases/2017/2017-awards


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