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 14th 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.
Resilience in the Latino Community:
Uniting Our Voice to Improve Latino Wellbeing
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Welcome & Opening Remarks
The Culture and Resilience of Latino Health: The Past, Present and Future
Poster Session/Sponsor Tables - Sign up now!
Latino Health Outcomes at the Intersection of Race, Racism and Health Care Delivery
Unresponsive Educational Systems: Addressing the Inequalities for Improved Success and Well-Being of Latinos
Poster Session & Sponsor Tables / Break
Using Social Determinants of Health to Improve Chronic Disease Management in Latino Communities
Call To Action