Date: October 28, 2021
Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA), Intergovernmental and External Affairs Regions 1, 2, 6, and 7 invites you to a learning series on Advancing Health Equity Among the Hispanic Population.
This four-part series will include didactic portions on selected topics as well as discussions about factors that contribute to health disparities, barriers to health equity, and successful strategies and models to improve access to care and advance health equity among Hispanic populations. Participants will be able to engage with subject matter experts and potential new partners. Participants will also receive information on HRSA programs and resources to support their health equity efforts.
Join the 3rd Wednesday of Every Month From 12pm-1pm CT | 1pm-2pm EST
November 17, 2021 – Breaking Down Social Barriers of Health Amid a Pandemic
December 15, 2021 – Latino/Hispanic Communities and Mental Health: The Role of Community Health Workers and the Antidote for Compassion Fatigue
January 19, 2022 – Racial Disparities in Maternal Health: Challenges and Opportunities
February 16, 2022 – Improving Health Care Digital Literacy Among Latino/Hispanic Populations
Target Audience: Health Care and Social Services Organizations and Providers, Public Health, Community and Faith-Based Organizations, Advocacy Groups and Foundations, Colleges and Universities, HRSA Grantees, Federal, State, and Local Agencies
Additional information about the 1st session and the availability of interpreting services will be sent out soon.
For questions about the series, please contact Veronica Roa at VRoa@hrsa.gov.