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EVENT INVITATION: Promotoras Conference, co-sponsored by National University

You are invited to attend, "Advancing Your Agency with Promotores/Community Health Workers" on Friday, October 7, 2011 at San Diego City College in San Diego. This is a unique opportunity to learn more about the promotores model and how to implement promotores programs in your communities.

This statewide symposium is organized through a collaboration of the California Department of Public Health-Office of Binational Border Health, San Diego Community College District, San Diego Prevention Research Center, National University, and the Chula Vista Community Collaborative in celebration of Border Binational Health Week.

Teresa Niño, Director for U.S. Health and Human Services, Office of Community Engagement, will be our keynote speaker. Ms. Niño will share new information about potential opportunities for community clinics, health centers, and city, state, and other agencies through the National Promotores de Salud Health Initiative.

This day will also include discussions about best practices and the challenges and benefits of involving promotores, both volunteer and through employment in your agency. Agency and promotores panels will facilitate discussions and field questions.

There is no cost to attend this event.

For more information please click the link below:

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A big thank you to Dr. Alba Lucia Diaz, Assistant Professor (Community Health), for all her efforts coordinating this partnership!


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