Caring for Latino/Latinx Communities: The Impact of Culture and Identity on Health
Keynote Speakers: Dr. India J. Ornelas, Associate Professor, Department of Health Services Dr. Jose Antonio Lucero, Associate Professor, School of International Studies Dr. Roberto Montenegro, Attending Psychiatrist, Seattle Children’s Hospital
Friday, September 7th, 2018 at 5:45pm Room T-439 UW Health Sciences Building
In Celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month!
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, LMSA has partnered with CEDI and NURF to present: “Caring for Latino/Latinx Communities: The Impact of Culture and Identity on Health”. Please join them for a conversation about how living in the United States impacts the health of Latino/Latinx communities, highlighting historical events, immigration policies, racial and ethnic discrimination, the current political climate, and what this all means for health care providers.
Delicious food will be provided: Pupusas from Guanaco’s Tacos Pupuseria
Please RSVP at the following link so they know how much food to order: