Professional Development Workshop:
Using Data Systems to Improve Hispanic
July 24-25, 2014 | HHS, National Institutes of Health
Funded by the HHS Office of Minority Health through the National Umbrella Cooperative Agreement II Grant and in collaboration by the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, this two-day workshop aims to help prepare scholars interested in Hispanic health research strengthen their skills and knowledge to perform analytical studies of national and state health datasets to better contribute to Hispanic health care research and provision of adequate health care to Hispanics and other underserved populations. The workshop participants included: junior faculty members, postdoctoral students, doctoral students, and master's students. Speakers include: senior faculty and administrators from HSHPS Member Institutions as well as other institutions across the United States, government officials, and more!
Enjoy workshop session presentations and handouts that speakers were happy to share with our attendees and the public.
Plenary Session Webcast
Over 140 participants attended the 2014 HSHPS Professional Development Workshop from all across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Speakers and presenters from different universities across the nation as well as representatives from government agencies provided our attendees with insightful information and helpful resources.
View photos from the 2-day workshop
- Day 1 - Photo credits to NIH
- Day 2 - Photo credits to Chris Abi-Najm, Silverstar Media - Photography/Creative Design
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