Events In Health Disparities
November 2013 Events
Conferences and Events
- American Public Health Association 141st Annual Conference
- With more than 1,000 cutting edge scientific sessions, 700 booths of information and state-of-the-art public health products and services, and hundreds of social events the APHA Annual Meeting is the prominent event for learning and networking within the public health field.
- November 2-6, 2013
- Boston, MA
- Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
- The Affordable Care Act and the Health Workforce: Opportunities for People of Color in the Health Sector
- While the Affordable Care Act (ACA) remains highly debated, most experts agree that if the law succeeds in expanding health insurance coverage, the demand for health care services will increase significantly. As a result, jobs in the health sector will continue to grow. What is the potential of the ACA to improve both the diversity and distribution of the health workforce? With the increasing diversity in the U.S. population, many researchers and policy analysts believe that expanding the diversity of the U.S. health workforce will be critically important in the effort to eliminate health care disparities.
- November 8, 2013: 1:00pm-2:30pm
- Washington, DC
- Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD)
- The Community Interpreter Training
- The Community Interpreter is the only national 40-hour licensed certificate program for community interpreting. This 42-hour Training of Trainers (TOT) licenses trainers across the U.S. and worldwide to deliver that program.
- November18-23, 2013
- Columbia, MD
- 4th Annual International Conference on Stigma
- Only Love Can Heal
- Our agenda features Keynote speakers Jeanne White Ginder, mother of Ryan White, and Darius Mans, President and CEO of Africare. Community Activists, Government Representatives, and Scientific Experts from USA (including Puerto Rico), and Uganda, the Caribbean, and more will be featured in an entertaining format.
- November 22, 2013: 8:00am-5:00pm
- Washington, DC