Embajadores de Salud – summer lectures

I am afraid, now that I know. But that knowledge is helping me to protect my family and work together to prevent diseases like diabetes or hypertension. – Gabriela According to the 2010 U.S. Census, 25,960 Latinos live in Baltimore city. Centro SOL focuses on the health of Latinos, many of whom have limited access to healthcare. Centro SOL is committed to promote equity in health and opportunity for Latinos at Johns Hopkins and beyond in partnership with Hopkins faculty, students, staff and groups like the Healthy Community Partnership, and community organizations and advocates. Thanks to supporters, presenters and community for their commitment. … Continue reading

Clossing session

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Welcome to this closing session of the first year of the Centro SOL Youth Summer program. The goal of the program is to expose bilingual high school students to the medical field by offering meaningful opportunities to work with JHU School of Medicine faculty in clinical settings that serve Latino patients with limited-English proficiency. This year we had 6 students for 5 weeks rotating and shadowing professionals at Johns Hopkins Bayview and East Baltimore Campus. This has been a learning experience, first summer, and still we went far from our goal, meeting great students and future leaders, connecting faculty and … Continue reading

Youth Summer Program – “Interpreting is more of what I thought”

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We think that the best way to evaluate this experience is by asking our participants. Read the first week summary they wrote, if you haven’t done so. Here you can read what our scholars think about professional interpreting, and their life-changing experience. Get yourself surprised and learn from these outstanding students! The interpreters are amazing and dynamic team. They share a bond that even long-time friends have difficulty keeping. [..] Not only did they show us new ways to interact with people but they have showed us that life should be lived to the fullest because not everyone has the pleasure … Continue reading