The Importance of Census Data for Developing Health Research & Program Planning with Dr. Julie E. Lucero

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Wednesday, September 23, 6 pm
The Importance of Census Data for Developing Health Research & Program Planning with Dr. Julie E. Lucero

Learn how Census data are used to develop public health research and programs for Latino/Hispanic and American Indian populations.

Julie E. Lucero, MPH PhD is an assistant professor in the School of Community Health Sciences and director of the Latino Research Center at the University of Nevada - Reno. Dr. Lucero's research is centered on the identification of modifiable social determinants to reduce the impact of health inequities within communities of color and other diverse communities. She was born and raised in the Española Valley. 

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