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28th Annual Latino Health Forum: Discrimination and Health (7-day Series) []


From Latino Health Forum, July 2020

The LATINO HEALTH FORUM is one of the bay area’s premier educational conferences. Our goals include: Inform professionals about some of the most relevant problems facing the Latino population in Sonoma County; Enhance access to health services; Encourage students and individuals to pursue careers in health and medicine; Facilitate networking among healthcare providers.

Dates & Speakers: Please note: There are no presentations on Saturday 8/1 or Sunday 8/2

Monday, July 27th: State of Public Health in Sonoma County
Sundari Mase, M.D. | County of Sonoma

Tuesday, July 28th: Behavior Modification in COVID-19
Michael Valdovinos, Psy.D, ABPP | UCSF/Sutter Family Medicine Residency

Wednesday, July 29th: Equity Centered Leadership in Re-opening Schools in Sonoma County
Diann Kitamura, Ed. D | Santa Rosa City Schools

Thursday, July 30th: Responding to Food Insecurity
Gillian Haley, M.A. | Justicewise
Montserrat Archila | St. Joseph Health
Lilian Merino | Redwood Community Health Coalition

Friday, July 31st: Disparities Affecting Latinx Essential Workers
Gabriel Machabanski | Graton Day Labor Center
Fernando Torres | California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc.

Monday, August, 3rd: Calling Out Systemic Racism Responsible for the Mental Health Crisis At the Border and Beyond
Belinda Hernandez Arriaga, Ed.D, LCSW | University of San Francisco, ALAS
Daniela DomΓ­nguez, Psy.D, LP, LPC | University of San Francisco, Hanna Institute

Tuesday, August 4th: Racism & COVID-19: Navigating the Trauma of Two Pandemics
Sharon G.E. Washington, Ed.D., MPH | Sharon Washington Consulting LLC, Sutter Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency

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