Minority Health Institute 2005

 
Health disparities: from Civil Rights to Human Rights
 
11th Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute
and Videoconference on Minority Health
 
June 20-23, 2005
 
U.S. House of Representatives and Chair, Congressional Black Caucus
Gem Daus, MA
Director of Policy, Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum
Executive Director, Concerned Citizens of Tillery
Director, Public Health Program, Morgan State University

It Takes a Whole Indian Village: Decreasing Health Disparities in Indian Country
Executive Director, Aberdeen Area Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board
 
Epidemiology of Diabetes: Prevalence, Complications and Health Services Disparities
Secretary of Health, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
 
Preventing HIV among Women: Diffusing a Group- and Community-Level HIV Prevention Behavioral Intervention Targeting Women, I: the SISTA Project
Behavioral Scientist, SISTA Project, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 
Preventing HIV among Women: Diffusing a Group- and Community-Level HIV Prevention Behavioral Intervention Targeting Women, II: RAPP
Research Behavioral Scientist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 
The Health of US Pacific Islander Populations: Emerging Directions
Research Investigator, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
 
False Promises and True Disparities: Why Healthy People 2010 Will Fail
Arthur C. Logan Professor Emeritus of Community Medicine, City University of New York Medical School
 
Media Relations Manager, Office of Public Affairs and Marketing, UNC Health Care
 
Sacoby M. Wilson, PhD, Moderator
Recent graduate, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering

Whitney R. Robinson, MSPH, Moderator
Doctoral Student, Department of Epidemiology

Angela D. Thrasher, MPH, Moderator

Doctoral Student, Department of Health Behavior
 
Theresa D. Chapple, MPH, Moderator
Graduate, Department of Maternal and Child Health

Tausha D. Robertson, MS, Moderator

Doctoral Student, Department of Health Policy and Administration

The 11th Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health is dedicated to the memory of Charles Blackmon, 1938-2005, a leader in the movement for health for all.
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