October 9

2014 | 8am-5pm


250 Seats

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Proven Strategies to Advance Integrated Care in the Latino Community

Speaker 1

Anna Ratzliff, MD, PhD

Associate Director for Education,
Division of Integrated Care & Public Health
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
University of Washington

Conference Sessions:

The Effects of Trauma on Latino Children and Families: Implications for Policy and Practice

Luis Flores, M.A.LPC, LCDC, LCCA, RPT-S,
Executive Vice President, Serving Children and Adults in Need Inc. (SCAN)

Plenary Session: Interprofessional Education: Transforming Care through Team Work

Dr. Adriana Perez, Ph.D. ANP-BC,
Assistant Professor & Southwest Borderlands Scholar, Arizona State University College of Nursing

Population Health Strategies that Reduce Health Disparities

Leo Morales, MD, PhD, MPH,
Professor and Chief Diversity Officer, University of Washington School of Medicine
Xavier Morales, PhD, MRP,
Executive Director, Latino Coalition For A Healthy California

Utilizing National CLAS Standards (Cultural and Linguistic Appropriate Service) to Improve Health Outcomes

Guadalupe Pacheco, MSW,
President/CEO, Pacheco Consulting Group, LLC

Call to Action

Gino Aisenberg, PhD, MSW,
Associate Dean, The Graduate School, Diversity and Student Affairs
Associate Professor, School of Social Work Co-Director, Latino Center for Health, University of Washington

About the Latino Health Forum

The Latino Health Forum is an event dedicated to the exchange of innovative ideas, best practices and the advancement of health for the Latino community.

In its ninth year, the Latino Health Forum attracts health care experts and activists serving Latinos in the Pacific Northwest to participate in open dialogue and forums on current topics affecting the health of Latinos on regional, national and international levels.

The forum is a valuable platform for individuals working in health care, social justice, public policy and for those working with underserved Latino populations. Participants will have the opportunity to meet and network with practitioners, researchers and community activists currently impacting the field of public health. Individuals will gain valuable resources and skills towards shaping health policy and creating greater health equity for Latino populations here in the Pacific Northwest region.

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