Adapting e-cigarette prevention programming to reach the Latinx community
May 11, 2022
As part of the Center for Cancer Prevention and Control Research and UCLA...Read More
Get Screened California: A Call to Action for Cancer Screening
Advancing Anti-Racism and Health Equity in a Lingering Pandemic
November 3 and 4, 2021
12pm – 1:30pm PST both days
The 23rd Annual UCLA...Read More
Free HPV Vaccine Toolkit Workshops on 7/27 and 7/29
Join us to learn about the importance of the HPV vaccine as cancer prevention, and how to use a social media toolkit to spread awareness about the HPV vaccine in your community!
July 27, 2021
12-1pm PT on Zoom
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A Time of Trials: Preparing for a COVID-19 Vaccine
This panel focused on the process of vaccine development, differences among the various vaccine candidates, and safeguards in place to ensure vaccine...Read More
Resuming Cancer Screening During COVID-19: Guidelines and Strategies
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Confronting COVID-19: The Toll of the Virus on LA's Most Vulnerable Communities
COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted Los Angeles’ Black and Latinx populations and other ethnic minority and disadvantaged groups. Persistent health disparities combined with housing patterns, lack of financial resources, and other factors have put members of these groups at the highest risk in the current pandemic. During this webinar, we will examine the social, economic, and geographic factors that have contributed to the spread of the disease and further deepened race and class disparities. The speakers will focus on local data showing how inequalities vary by neighborhood and shed light on some of the reasons for these neighborhood differences. A moderated discussion will follow. The goal is to provide participants with new tools to tailor the public health response and inform public policy.
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Health at Risk: Policies Are Needed to End Cigarette, Marijuana, and E-cigarette Secondhand Smoke in Multi-Unit Housing in Los Angeles
Electronic cigarettes: The Knowns, Known Unknowns, and Unknown Unknowns with Yifang Zhu, PhD
Electronic cigarettes (E-cigs) are battery-operated devices gaining increasing popularity as an alternative to tobacco-cigarettes. Little is known regarding the physiochemical...Read More
21st Annual UCLA Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Equity Symposium
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Street Medicine: Reducing Health Barriers for our Homeless Neighbors
Ending the homeless crisis...
Oscar Menjivar presents, "Improving U.S. Health by Preparing Urban Youth to Succeed."
UCLA 23-105 CHS
20th Annual UCLA Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Equity Symposium
Health Beyond Health Care: Tackling the Root Causes of Poor Health
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Understanding Racial Disparities in Education: Patterns and Possibilities for Disruption
Pedro Noguera, PhD
Distinguished Professor, Education
Faculty Director, Center for the Transformation of Schools
University of California, Los Angeles
The Success of a Nation Lies in a Quality Education for Young Men of Color
Chief Executive Officer and Founder
TXT: Teens Exploring Technology
Beyond Hazards and Standard Work Places: New Directions in Worker Wellness
Abel Valenzuela Jr., PhD
Professor and Director, UCLA Institute for Research on Labor & Employment
Special Advisor to the Chancellor on Immigration Policy
University of California, Los Angeles
Economic Wealth Equals Good Health
Manager, Western Region
Initiative for a Competitive Inner City
Green Cities to Improve Health Equity
Michael Jerrett, PhD
Professor and Chair, Environmental Health Sciences
Director, UCLA Center for Occupational and Environmental Health
UCLA Fielding School of Public Health
Healthy Kids Zone: The Real Voices
Veronica Flores, MA
Chief Executive Officer
Community Health Councils
Housing, Poverty, and Evidence: What should we do?
Michael Lens, PhD
Associate Professor, Urban Planning and Public Policy
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Love and the Art of Human Engagement.
Housing Works California
Oral Health Innovation Forum
CPEHN’s biennial Voices for Change Conference and 25th anniversary
As a close CPEHN partner, I would like to invite you to CPEHN’s biennial...Read More
UCLA/ALA Secondhand Smoke and Multi-Unit Housing Summit
On behalf of the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and the American...Read More
Long Beach Community Health Fair
CAMBODIAN AMERICAN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
1700 TEMPLE AVE.
LONG BEACH, CA 90804