2019 Latino Health Forum: One People, One Climate
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS PRESENTATIONS
- Colonialism, Hurricanes and Climate Change and their Role in Puerto Rico’s Uprising, José Javier Hernández Ayala, PhD
- Social Justice in the Age of the Climate Crisis: Our Community at a Crossroads, Efren Carillo
- Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco
- Workshop A: Impact of Climate Change: Local Disaster Response and Preparedness Mary Szecsey, CEO, West County Health Centers; Gabriela Bernal, COO, Santa Rosa Community Health
- Workshop B: Climate Change is a Public Health Emergency! John Mihalik, MD
- Workshop C: How Clean Power Can Improve Public Health: The Relationship Between Electricity, Renewable Energy, and Your Community Beau Anderson, Administrative Services Officer, Sonoma Clean Power
- Workshop D: Taking Action: What does an Equitable Climate Action Plan look like? Oscar Chavez, Assistant Director, Human Services Dept., County of Sonoma Kerry Fugett, Program Manager, Daily Acts
- Workshop E: Climate Change driven by Youth Leaders Lucia Garay, CASA Grande High School
- Workshop F: Climate Change and Health Effects in Communities of Color: Effects Depend on Culture, Economics, Education and Exposure Hugo Mata Marquez, Principal/CEO, Soluna Outreach Solutions, LLC
- Workshop G: Breaking Barriers to Disaster Relief and Healthcare-Lessons Learned from the 2017 Wildfires Christy Lubin, Executive Director, Graton Day Labor Center
- Workshop H: ‘Be the Inspiration’ Community Forum Shari St. Martin, Ph.D., ATR, Doc Services
- Workshop I: Inner Resilience: Preparing for and Responding to Natural Disaster Annemarie Brown, Gricelda Correa, Sonoma Community Resilience Collaborative – Santa Rosa Community Health; Sarah Katz, Mental Health Collaborative Outreach Manager, Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County
- Workshop J: Careers in Medicine – Christina Lozada, 2nd year Resident; Vanessa E. Ramirez, 3rd year Resident; Lara Crystal-Ornelas, 3rd year Resident; Ruth Pedraza, 2nd Year Resident – Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency
2018 LATINO HEALTH FORUM
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS PRESENTATIONS
- Racism and Health Equity, Sonoma County Department of Health Service, Sarah Katz, M.P.H.
- Trauma and Transformation, The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, James S. Gordon, M.D.
- Toxic Stress, Trauma, Recovery and Resilience, Hanna Boys Center, Brian Farragher, L.M.S.W., M.B.A.
- Workshop A: Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative Information and Community Resources, Erica Thomas, L.M.F.T
- Workshop C: Fostering HOPE Among our Latino Community After the Fires, Stephanie Manieri and Bianca Pulido
- Workshop D: Building a Resilient Community, D. Adair, Brown, Correa
- Workshop J: Attack on Immigrants: Preparing our Healthcare Facilities, Mara Ventura and Toni Ramirez
- Linking Racial Disparities in Schooling To Racial Disparities in Health, Jann L. Murray-Garcia, M.D., M.P.H.
- Pigmentocracy: the significance of skin color on the health status of Latinos, Edward Telles, Ph.D
- Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies: The Health of Migrant, Seth M. Holmes, M.D., Ph.D.
- Update on Latino Health in Sonoma County, Brian Vaughn, M.P.H.
- If You Build It, Will They Come? Closing the Mental Health
- Treatment Gap in Latinos, Sergio Aguilar-Gaxiola
- Building Bridges, Over coming barriers with our Latino families, Joan Levy
- Workshop Goals
- Ethnic/Racial Microaggressions, Marcos Lopez
- Transformation of the Safety Net Post ACA Implementation – a
- Community Health Center Perspective, Jane Garcia
- Using Media to Foster Early Childhood Mental Health
- Spiritual Practices, Dr. Francesco Palmirotta
- Triple P–Positive Parenting Progam and Latino Families