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THE FIRST NATIONAL HISPANIC/LATINX HEALTH POLICY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

By admin | February 21, 2020

MEDIA ADVISORY

 For Immediate release

Contact:         Luis Scaccabarrozzi

                        908-764-6513 Lscaccabarrozzi@latinoaids.org

                         Oscar Lopez

                        646-246-7396 orlintexas@gmail.com

  

THE FIRST NATIONAL HISPANIC/LATINX HEALTH POLICY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

Policy-focused summit on HIV, viral hepatitis, STIs and other health issues affecting the Hispanic/Latinx community

 “OUR HEALTH — OUR FUTURE”

The policy-focused National Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Summit on March 2nd – 3rd, 2020 will take place in Washington, D.C. The Summit will bring together Hispanic/Latinx leaders from throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico to (1) consolidate the Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Network and (2) work toward developing the Health Policy Agenda 2020-2024 and promoting statewide, countywide, citywide health agenda settings throughout the nation and U.S. territories. The overarching goal is to improve health outcomes for minorities in the U.S. and ensuring Hispanic/Latinx participation and inclusion in the path toward erasing health disparities.

 —A broad planning committee, including representatives from different states and Puerto Rico, organized the Summit.  The planning process was facilitated by the Latino Commission on AIDS.

— Over 150 leaders from the public health sector are expected to participate, including care providers, physicians, educators, health professionals, program directors, researchers, and people living with HIV, Hepatitis C, including representatives from government agencies, corporate entities, and foundations.

— Representatives from Puerto Rico will attend the Summit.

 

WHERE:       Hilton Capital Hotel – Washington, D.C.

                         1001 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036

 

WHEN:         Monday, March 2 – Tuesday, March 3, 2020

 

                         PLEASE VISIT: WWW.HISPANICNET.ORG

 

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