About this Event
CTSA Program at UTSW Presents:
Latino Populations & Community-Engaged Research
You are invited to join us virtually at our upcoming Community Engagement Grand Rounds lecture on Tuesday, May 24th, 12:00-1:00 PM (Central) sponsored by the UT Southwestern CTSA Program’s Office of Community Health and Research Engagement (OCHRE).
Our speaker will be Ana Abraido-Lanza, PhD, Vice Dean of the School of Global Public Health and Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences at New York University.
Dr. Abraido-Lanza will present Latino populations and community-engaged research, where she will discuss various key issues to consider in community-engaged research with a particular focus on Latino populations.
Dr. Ana Abraído-Lanza's research interests include studying the cultural, psychological, social, and structural factors that affect health, psychological well-being, and mortality among Latinos; health disparities between Latinos and non-Latino whites; and the health of immigrant Latinos. Her major publications on the Latino mortality paradox and on acculturation have contributed to national and international debates on the mental and physical health of Latinos specifically, and on general factors that influence immigrant health.
This lecture will be conducted via MS Teams webinar. Please click this registration link to sign up. Upon registration, you will receive the link to join the webinar.
CME: This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
If you have questions about this lecture, please contact us at CTSAProgram@UTSouthwestern.edu