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photo: NoHLA 20th Anniversary Event: Health Care at the Movies

Award-winning Documentary Screening & Discussion

This year, Northwest Health Law Advocates is celebrating 20 years of working to improve access to health care for all Washington residents and fighting to make health a human right. First up, NoHLA‚Äôs Health Care at the Movies features "The Providers", an award-winning documentary, followed by a panel discussion with local leaders that explores the challenges low-income and rural families face while trying to access health care.   read more...

photo: Welcome New Health Services Faculty Member and LCH Affiliate!

Welcome New Health Services Faculty Member and LCH Affiliate!

We welcome a new faculty member to the Department of Health Services, Dr. Barbara Baquero, who will be collaborating with the Latino Center for Health in her research activities. Dr. Baquero is committed towards advancing health equity among Latinx communities in the US, with an emphasis on promoting active lifestyles and healthy diets.   read more...

Community-Academic Partnership Assessing Agricultural Workers' Health

Featuring Latino Center for Health co-director Dr. Gino Aisenberg, this article talks about how the Schools of Social Work, Public Health, and Medicine are collaborating with Community to Community Development (C2C)--a woman-led grassroots organization in Bellingham, WA--to assess health disparities among Washington state agricultural workers.   read more...

photo: Welcome New LCH Faculty and Staff!

Welcome New LCH Faculty and Staff!

We welcome two new members to the LCH team--Dr. Maggie Ramirez and Mikaela Freundlich.   read more...

ALMA Project and LCH Featured in Northwest Public Health Magazine

Click here to read the full article feature on the Amigas Latinas Motivando el Alma (ALMA) project--Dr. India Ornelas' multi-site intervention to promote mental health among Latina immigrant women.   read more...

photo: Dr. America Bracho:

Watch Now: Link to America Bracho's Nov. 1st Presentation

The Latino Center for Health was pleased to welcome Dr. America Bracho to speak on "Preparing the Health Workforce to Improve Latinx Health." Click here to watch a recording of the presentation.   read more...

Lessons Learned in Engaging Communities Report

LCH participated as one of 85 organizations to report on lessons learned in engaging communities to the Group Health Foundation. See all of the reports and an executive summary of findings at this link.   read more...

Upcoming LMSA-Organized Panel on Latinx Health

Join on September 7th for a panel organized by the Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) on the impact of culture and identity on Latinx health.   read more...

Small Grant Recipients Announced!

The Latino Center for Health is pleased to announce five small pilot and partnership development projects that have been funded as part of our small grants program, totaling $70,000 for this year.   read more...

photo: Welcome SHPEP Students Maria, Shanol, and Roselynn to LCH!

Welcome SHPEP Students to LCH!

As part of the Summer Health Professions Education Program, LCH hosted three students from California with an interest in Latino health: Maria, Shanol, and Roselynn!   read more...

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