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Event Details of Latino Health Equity Conference

Event Details

Thursday, April 10, 2014
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
California State University, Long Beach
USU Ballrooms

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About Latino Health Equity Conference

Conference Agenda

The Latino Health Equity Conference brings together national experts addressing critical health issues from multiple disciplines: biomedical, behavioral, and social sciences.

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Thank you for everyone who participated in this year's Latino Health Equity Conference. Please stay tuned for conference results, pictures, speaker presentations and much more. Thank you!


About the Conference

The Latino Health Equity Conference at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) is hosted by the Hispanic Health Opportunities Learning Alliance (H2OLA) and the National Council of La Raza (NCLR)/CSULB Center for Latino Community Health, Evaluation, and Leadership Training. This conference aims to raise awareness and engage CSULB faculty, staff, students, and the larger community in health equity research focused on Latinos – our nation's largest and fastest-growing minority population.

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Nuestra Cultura es
Nuestra Riqueza

To highlight and bridge the gaps between the health and natural sciences, this year's conference theme is Nuestra Cultura es Nuestra Riqueza: Integrating Cultural Capital into Latino Health Research. The conference will bring together an array of national researchers and leaders with multiple perspectives on the issues that most impact Latino health.

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Student Forum

The Latino Health Equity Conference provides a unique opportunity for interested students, community members, and professionals to collaborate with national thought leaders. Additionally, the conference invites abstract submissions from undergraduate, graduate, and health professions students for a poster session on health disparities or biomedical research.

Student Forum

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