Date: January 24, 2022
The Health Resources and Services Administration’s, Office of Intergovernmental and External Affairs (HRSA IEA) invites you to the 3rd session in the series titled Improving Digital Health Literacy among Hispanic/Latino Populations.
Date: Wednesday, February 16, 2022
Time: 12:00pm – 1:15pm CST
- Explain the importance of digital health literacy, digital equity, and telehealth in improving access to care in underserved communities
- Describe barriers to digital health literacy in Hispanic/Latino communities
- Identify best practices and resources to advance digital health literacy among Hispanic/Latino populations
- Dr. Ana Maria Lopez, Professor and Vice Chair of Medical Oncology at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Chief of Cancer Services at Jefferson-Health New Jersey, and President-Emeritus of the American College of Physicians
- Meghan Garcia, MPH, FNP, APRN, Community Health Center, Inc.
- Joelle Isidor, Program Manager, Connecticut River Valley Farmworker Health Program/ Community Health Center, Inc. Branch
- Nancy Rios, Regional Administrator, HRSA IEA Region 7 – Kansas City
- Veronica Roa, Public Health Analyst, HRSA IEA Region 1 – Boston
Registration is available here.
HRSA IEA will broadcast the session in Spanish with live language interpretation to English. Prior to the session, registrants will receive a copy of the presentation in English with instructions for accessing the interpretation services and closed captioning.
For more information about the session, please contact Veronica Roa at VRoa@hrsa.gov.
For information about HRSA programs, resources, and HRSA IEA, please visit hrsa.gov and https://www.hrsa.gov/about/organization/offices/hrsa-iea.
This Learning Series is being coordinated by HRSA’s Offices of Intergovernmental and External Affairs in Region 1- Boston, Region 6- Dallas, Region 7- Kansas City, and Region 2- New York.