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  • Latino Health Conference
  • March 19
  • Centro SOL, the Urban Health Institute and the American Academy of Pediatrics Maryland Chapter present the 4th Latinx Health Conference, Mind Your Health: Community-centered Solutions to Mental Health Issues, on March 19, 2019 from 8am to 4pm at 600 S. Conkling St. in Baltimore.

    Margarita Alegría, PhD, Chief of the of the Disparities Research Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital; Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School will be the keynote speaker. Dr. Alegria is a renowned researcher on mental health topics and has been widely recognized and cited.

    Community solutions to address mental health issues, acculturation, protective factors, disparities in treatment and prevention of mental health issues among Latinx, mental health as a public health problem will be among the relevant and timely topics discussed.

    We welcome you to join us for an interactive and engaging conference.

    Who should attend?

    The Latinx Health Conference is open for those interested in Latinx mental health including community leaders, healthcare providers, policymakers, researchers and graduate students.

    Agenda and other details will be available on this page.

    Promotional and sponsoring opportunities are available. Please contact centrosol@jhmi.edu for more information.

    CME credit approval in process. If interested please email at lhc2019@jhmi.edu (include full name after ticket purchase).

  • Dive Medicine Presentation
  • March 20
  • Dive Medicine Presentation Hosted by Men in Nursing –
    March 20, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m., Room 320


    Anyone interested in diving of any type (SCUBA, Surface supplied, or Rebreather) must have basic knowledge of diving related illness and injuries. In this presentation I will cover some of the more common illnesses such as decompression sickness, pulmonary over inflation syndromes (POIS)- Arterial gas embolisms, Pneumothorax, mediastinal/subcutaneous emphysema, and vertigo. I will also cover some of the gas laws that are directly related to diving such as Boyles law and Henrys law. Knowledge of the signs and symptoms of these illnesses/injuries can be lifesaving if recognized and treated promptly.
  • Advance Care Planning Workshop
  • March 20
  • Advance Care Planning Workshop

    Hosted by Critical Care and Palliative Care Interest Groups

    Have you ever found yourself at a loss of words when talking about death? Do you know how to handle your patient's end of life wishes? Join us for our workshop series to start the conversation on advance directives and advance care planning.

    In critical care settings, one finds themselves with voices lost and conversations about end of life can become a guessing game. Learn more about how to put your feelings about death and end of life in writing and give guidance to your medical team when you’re not able. Learn how to be a more holistic care giver.

    This workshop will be a two-part series presented by Dr. Valerie Cotter, focusing on the importance of advance care planning in the critical care setting. Join us for one or both sessions. Dinner will be provided.

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