Quarta-feira, 30 de Setembro de 2020
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Public Webinar on Health Disparities Experienced by Portuguese-speaking Populations

Início: Fim: Países: Estados Unidos

Saúde, Webinários

O Centro de Estudos e Cultura Portuguesa da UMass Dartmouth / Tagus Press, em parceria com o Departamento de Português, o Ferreira-Mendes Portuguese-American Archives, o Consulado de Portugal em New Bedford, a WJFD 97.3FM e a Escola de Saúde Pública da Universidade do Estado da Geórgia; promovem o webinário público: Health Disparities Experienced by Portuguese-speaking Populations, por Carlos A. O. Pavão, DrPH, MPA Georgia State University (Department of Health Policy and Behavioral Sciences, School of Public Health).

O evento acontece pela plataforma Zoom na próxima quarta-feira, dia 27 de maio de 2020, às 15h EST.

Increva-se pelo link: https://umassd.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QvXs8qNDTjiiqDdm7muQSA


The UMass Dartmouth Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture/Tagus Press

in collaboration with the Department of Portuguese, the Ferreira-Mendes Portuguese-American Archives, the Consulate of Portugal in New Bedford, WJFD 97.3FM, and Georgia State University’s School of Public Health,

Presents

A public webinar:

Health Disparities Experienced by Portuguese-speaking Populations
By Carlos A. O. Pavão, DrPH, MPA
Georgia State University (Department of Health Policy and Behavioral Sciences, School of Public Health)
Wednesday, May 27, 2020, 3pm EST

Abstract. This public webinar will provide an overview of health disparities experienced by the Portuguese-speaking communities in the United States, namely in Massachusetts. In addition, it will explore health-disparities terminology and concepts, describe social issues that impact the health and well-being of Portuguese-speaking communities, and discuss specific public health considerations pertinent to the current coronavirus health crisis. The webinar has broad relevance to clinicians, public health practitioners, community advocates, policy makers, administrators, researchers and academics, as well as the interested public.


Bio. Prior to obtaining his Doctor of Public Health degree from the School of Public Health at Texas A&M University, Dr. Pavão earned a Master’s of Public Administration from Bridgewater State University and a Bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University. In the early 1990s, Dr. Pavão started his public health career in Fall River, Massachusetts, as a community organizer in HIV prevention, and operated several tobacco-control and substance-use community coalitions. Throughout his career, he has focused on the nexus between dissemination of research and innovative public health programming, specifically for linguistic minority populations. In 2007, he was selected to serve a four-year appointment on the Council of Public Representatives (COPR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Pavão has also served on the Refugee and Immigrant Health Advisory Committee (RIHAC) at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. More recently, he has collaborated and evaluated public health programs with marginalized populations in Houston, Atlanta, and Nashville. Dr. Pavão is presently conducting a national study on Brazilian immigrants and working on a book exploring health disparities of Portuguese-speaking communities.

This public webinar will be conducted on Zoom; follow this link to register.

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