Tuesday, March 1st, 2005
4:00 - 5:00pm
Haines Hall A18
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095
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The goal of this session is to
inform participants about the health status and health behaviors of California
Latinos in order to enable them to develop effective research for reducing
health disparities among the Latino population. The demographic and contextual
characteristics that are essential to understanding the health disparities in
Latinos will be highlighted.
By the end of this talk,
participants will be able to:
Gain an understanding of
health disparities in California Latinos.
Recognize changes in the
fertility rates of Latinos that have occurred over the last several decades.
Learn sources of data that
can be accessed to learn about the heath status of Latinos in the state of
Dr. David B. Hayes-Bautista is currently Professor of Medicine, Health Services
and Director of the Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture at the
School of Medicine, UCLA. He graduated
from UC Berkeley and completed his MA and PhD in Medical Sociology at the
University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. His research focuses on
the dynamics and processes of the health of the Latino population using both
quantitative data sets and qualitative observations. His Center combines these
research interests with teaching of medical students, residents and practicing
providers to manage the care of a Latino patient base effectively, efficiently
and economically. His publications appear in Family Medicine, the
American Journal of Public Health, Family Practice, Medical Care
and Salud Pública de México.
ABOUT THE LECTURE
Presented by UCLA Neuropsychatric Institute, a CMA-accredited provider, in
association with the
for Research, Education, Training, and Strategic Communication on Minority
Health Disparities (CRETSCMHD) and the
Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies and The César E. Chávez Center for
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