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The annual Minority Health Conference was held on April 18, 2018 in Kearney, NE.  The conference brochure and various presentations by our speakers are available below.
 
 
     Keynote and Plenary speakers are listed first, then presentations are aligned by   
     the track name.
 
Keynote Alexis Bakos, PhD, U.S. HHS Office of Minority Health 
Bakos.pdfAlexis Bakos  Priorities and Partnershps
 
Plenary Marshall Jeffries, ABD Sociology, and Esther Lucero, MPP, Seattle Indian Health Board
Jeffries Lucero.pdfMarshall Jeffries and Esther Lucero   Confronting Trauma, Re-Membering Healing
 
Plenary Valda Ford, MPH, Center for Human Diversity
 Ford PP.pdfValda Ford.pdf    Unconscious Bias
 
Preventive Health Track
Glidden ReynoldsLewis.pdfGlidden ReynoldsLewis   
     Emotional Trauma and Recovery
Bajaras DeCora Schanzenbach.pdfBajaras DeCora Schanzenbach   
     State Partnership Initiative
Rutt Roseberry-Keiser.pdfRutt Roseberry-Keiser   
     Incorporating CLAS Standards into Community-Based Programming
 
Refugee and Immigrant Data
Chavez Reyes Thorell.pdfChavez Reyes Thorell 
     Improving Diabetes Outcomes in the Hispanic Population
Kelley Baker.pdfKelley Baker 
     Better Together: Learning about Immigrant and Refugee Community Health Needs
Zhang Dee.pdfZhang Dee
     Nebraska Statewide Refugee Needs Assessment
  
Social Determinants of Health
Bertucci.pdfBertucci   Addressing a Food Desert to Prevent Diabetes Complications
  * Jeffries and Lucero.  Balance through Health Equity: an exercise by the Seattle
          Indian Health Board.  A Power Point presentation was not used.
Seck.pdfSeck   Poverty, Health and Resources
 
Organizational Capacity
Dee Donovan.pdfDee Donovan   
     2017-2019 SHIP Health Equity Priority
Gonzalez.pdfGonzalez   
     Use of Near-Real-Time Electronic Health Record Data to Inform Surveillance of   Health Disparities in Nebraska
Foster.pdfFoster   
     What is Privilege and Inclusion?
 
Cultural Intelligence
 
 
The Nebraska Minority Public Health Association (NeMPHA) presented awards to recognize leaders in different fields. The 2018 awards were presented to:
 
Community Health Worker Award
Frank Peak Memorial Award
Organization Award
Service Provider Award
  
 
 
Contact Us:  
 PO Box 95026
 Lincoln, NE 68509-5026
 (402) 471-0152
  
 
 
 
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