Latino Health Conference 2017

Latino Health Conference 2017 The Values of Latino Health Research during Changing Times **El Valor de la Investigación en Salud Latina durante Tiempos de Cambio** May 11, 2017 William H Welch Medical Library 2nd floor, 1900 E Monument St, Baltimore, MD 21205 Please note that registration is required. To reserve your seat click here or the image below. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, and materials for the conference. Proceeds go to sponsor a high school student in the Centro SOL Summer Scholars Program Centro SOL and the Urban Health Institute cordially invite you to the 2017 Latino Health Conference. This year’s theme is … Continue reading

Latino Health Conference 2016

With one week left for the second Annual Latino Health Conference, everybody is getting ready for this conversation. You are invited to this conversation too! To register or learn more about the speakers visit You will need to register to reserve your spot. The addition of this conference is the Business Breakfast, where entrepreneurs and business leaders in the community come together to create a network that supports after-school and summer opportunities for Latino youth. Everybody is invited to send questions and comments for the speakers on May 12 using hashtag #LHC2016 on Facebook or Twitter followed by the theme of … Continue reading

American Red Cross: The Migration Conference

On March 16 2016, Centro SOL has the opportunity to be part of the Migration Conference organized by the American Red Cross “Community Resilience: Evolving Perspective and Approaches to Migration”. During this conference, our codirector was the master of ceremonies, serving not only to introduce the panels, and speakers, but also as a representative of the hard work done by our center: Dr. Sarah Polk, MD, MPH, Medical Director, JHBMC Children’s Medical Practice, and CoDirector, Centro SOL. “Migration is beautiful” Walter Cotte Witingan, Regional Director for Latin America, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, summarized a day … Continue reading

Latino Health Conference 2016

Latino Youth: A Glimpse Into Baltimore’s Future Welcome to the Latino Health Conference 2016 homepage You will need to register to attend this conference. To register please click (registration closed) If you need reduced fee please contact us by April 25, before purchasing your tickets, providing a description for your request. Funding is limited and we cannot guarantee that all who apply will receive this grant. Thursday May 12, 2016, 8am-4pm Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave. Baltimore, MD 21224 Media Release/Nota de Prensa (español debajo) Latino Youth: A Glimpse into Baltimore’s Future: a conference sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Centro SOL and the Urban … Continue reading

Latino Health Conference 2015

Land of Opportunity? Latino Immigrants and the Affordable Care Act Watch The Johns Hopkins Centro SOL and the Urban Health Institute announce the Latino Health Conference “Land of Opportunity? Latino Immigrants and the Affordable Care Act (ACA)”. This event will provide a dynamic forum for speakers and attendees to discuss challenges and opportunities associated with changes in the healthcare system and the rapid growth of the Latino community in Maryland. The conference will bring together scholars, policy experts, clinicians, and community advocates interested in improving access and quality of healthcare for Latino immigrants and their families. El Centro SOL y … Continue reading