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Culture & Health Among Hispanics
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Culture & Health Among Hispanics -- Cynthia M. Juarez

Name: 
Cynthia M. Juarez
Institution: 
TTUHSC
Phone: 
915-215-4930
Address: 
4801 Alberta Ave, El Paso, TX 79905
Latitude: 
31.7731445
Longitude: 
-106.4344219
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Culture & Health Among Hispanics -- Bernadette Segura

Name: 
Bernadette Segura
Institution: 
Texas Rio Grande Legal AID
Phone: 
915-585-5100
Address: 
1331 Texas Ave. El Paso, TX 79901
Latitude: 
31.7663496
Longitude: 
-106.4758128
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Description

The Culture & Health interdisciplinary Community of Practice will address specific public health issues and how they relate to features of culture that influence health status and outcomes. We are a research-based community that creates and shares collaborative knowledge and tools, such as assessments and interventions. Our group facilitates dialogue and connection building and potentiates research collaborations to engage community stakeholders, create new data, and develop group publications and proposals.

Aspirations

The Culture and Health among Hispanics Community of Practice will bring together an interdisciplinary body of researchers and practitioners with the vision of disseminating resources and materials, influencing practice, providing training and outreach opportunities, and generating sustainable funding through collaborative research projects.

KEYWORDS

  1. Community Health
  2. Culture & Ethnicity
  3. Health Disparities & Inequities
  4. Health Status & Health Outcomes

UTEP STRATEGIC AREAS

  1. Education for the 21st Century Demographic

COMMUNITY MEMBERS

Associate Professor
Health Sciences - Public Health Sciences
Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), Hispanic populations, HIV, LGBT Health, migrants, sexual and gender minorities, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), substance abuse and drug use, transgender women, U.S.-Mexico border

Lusk, Mark
Member
Professor
Health Sciences - Social Work
border health, Community Engaged Scholarship, international development, migration, Social work
Featured: Awards

Moya, Eva
Member
Associate Professor
Health Sciences - Social Work
Community-engaged scholarship, Homelessness, HPV, Intimate Partner Violence, Photovoice, Sexual and Reproductive Health, tuberculosis
Featured: Awards

Associate Professor
School of Nursing - School of Nursing
environmental health, Exposure Science (Air Pollution)., Health and Social Disparities
Featured: Awards

Clinical Assistant Professor
School of Pharmacy - Pharmacy
asthma, cystic fibrosis, Health Disparities, Health Outcomes, medication adherence, medication safety, patient/caregiver education, pediatric chronic disease, pediatric pharmacy

MEMBERS FROM PARTNER INSTITUTIONS

Juarez, Cynthia M.  (View)
Texas Tech University Health Science Center El Paso
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Segura, Bernadette  (View)
Texas Rio Grande Legal AID
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Related Efforts

Latino Alcohol & Health Disparities Research Center
UTEP Related Effort
Contact: Craig Field

The mission of the Latino Health Disparities Research (LAHDR) is to foster interdisciplinary research and training through the dissemination of health behavior change interventions among Hispanics on the US-Mexico border to promote improved health outcomes. LAHDR will contribute to the University of Texas at El Paso’s mission of conducting interdisciplinary research in health and social sciences and vision of becoming a Tier 1 research institution.

Culture & Health Distribution List
UTEP Resource
Document
Antonio Martinez

On this list you will find individuals who have participated in our first meeting or are interested in participating in future meetings. Please let us know if any of the fields on this sheet need to be modified.

Culture & Health Brief Survey
UTEP Resource
Data
Antonio Martinez

We are interested in getting feedback from our members on the description, aspiration, and other a characteristics of this group. Please provide us your input.

Building a Community of Practice Workshop Slides
UTEP Resource
Document
Antonio Martinez

The purpose of this session is to conceptualize the scope of interests for the emerging Community of Practice on Culture and Health.

IDRE Report Handouts 04.07.17
UTEP Resource
Document
Related Effort: Latino Alcohol & Health Disparities Research Center
Antonio Martinez

2017 IDRE Week Culture & Heath Community of Practice Handouts

DIALOG SOURCES

I3 Move Communities provide a way to share expertise, resources, and community information to the general public. There are numerous tools available, both open source and proprietary, for engaging in dialog and sharing information and knowledge within a closed group.

Communities have access to IBM SmartCloud, a tool that provides a Cloud Computing solution for sharing files, defining activities, creating blogs, developing wikis, and promoting ideas. To request an account and training on IBM SmartCloud, contact econnect@utep.edu.

This community engages in dialog as follows: