November 9, 2010

2011 Conference on Social Justice, Health Disparities, and Women’s Health

In January 2011, the DePaul University Master of Public Health Program will host the “The Health Disparities and Social Justice Conference,” with a special focus on women’s health. The conference itself will be free of charge and will be held in Chicago, IL.

Limited information about the program is available at this time; the save-the-date announcement indicates:

Presentations will take the form of skills-building workshops. Sessions will be focused on some aspect of the intersection of health disparities and women’s health among diverse populations, such as: immigrants, communities of color, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, low-income families, seniors/elders, and/or youth. In addition to the workshops and keynote speaker, a community lunch-hour session will include opportunities for networking and discussion.


One Response to “2011 Conference on Social Justice, Health Disparities, and Women’s Health”

  1. Kristen Says:

    This looks really interesting! Looking forward to hearing more about it.

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