Congratulations to all of the 2016 CHER graduates! We are so proud to have had you as part of the Center for Health Equity Research this past year.
Five student interns from the Departments of Health Sciences, and Health Care Administration worked with CHER staff during the fall 2015 semester, gaining valuable experience in health equity research and program implementation.
The 143 annual meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA) was held in Chicago, Oct. 31 to Nov. 4. CHER staff members were there to present findings from recent work.
CHER congratulates its three interns on their graduation from California State University, Long Beach! Brandon Osborn, Esther Minju Lee, and Raiza Parada all received a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education from the CSULB Department of Health Science.
CHER interns, Esther Minju Lee and Brandon Osborn were selected, along with 10 other California State University, Long Beach students, to attend the California State University (CSU) Student Health Policy Conference held in Sacramento, California.
CHER has been selected to lead a year-long evaluation of Long Beach Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention (LB GRIP), a project funded by the state’s CalGRIP grant that aims to provide mentorship and leadership development to at-risk youth in North Long Beach, CA. In alliance with its visi
CSULB and Long Beach community members joined in celebrating “Five Years of Progress towards Achieving Health Equity through Science, Community and Collaboration” on January 30th. The event highlighted major accomplishments made through the 5-year CSULB RIMI project.
A cross-disciplinary group of faculty members gathered to discuss funding for health equity research.
Staff members from the Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) participated in the American Public Health Association’s 142nd Annual Meeting - “Healthography, How Where You Live Affects Your Health and Well-Being,” November 15-19 in New Orleans
NAACHO, the National Association of County and City Health Officials offers a Social Media Toolkit to assist local public health authorities explore and tackle the root causes of inequities in the distribution of disease, illness, and death.