New York, NY, March 25, 2021— Dr. Rachel Levine was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services. The Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Health Network congratulate Dr. Levine, the first transgender federal official. Dr. Levine a powerful public health leader and a
The 20th international AIDS conference is underway in Melbourne, Australia. Once again global leaders, researchers, scientists, health care professionals, and advocates gather together to discuss the latest affairs in the HIV/AIDS global climate. Perspectives will be shared depicting where we are today in the continued siege of HIV/AIDS hoping that
A tale of two "public health" Cities in response to AIDS Let us start with the conclusion in terms of reaching a world without AIDS: science must intersect with and be married to social justice. The two worlds of public health science and community response need to be synchronized and interdependent.
We have posted our 100th blog article and we want to take a moment to thank all of our followers! The Institute for Hispanic Health Equity has been blogging for the past year with the intention of raising awareness and discussion on bridging the gap in health disparities throughout the
A few questions for this sunny Thursday morning: 1. How many times in the last week have you heard the news, your boss, our president, your partner, or your kid’s teacher talk about how things have to change and we have to take action? 2. How many times to do you agree? 3.