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Health and Wellness Our Health: La Primera Riqueza es la Salud

Virtual Summit Health and Wellness: Our Health: La Primera Riqueza es la Salud

The COVID-19 pandemic is compounding historical social inequities and disproportionately impacting Latinos and communities of color. A contributing factor is that Latinos are essential workers on the front lines, including health professions, vital retail services, and food production jobs and are at far greater risk of exposure. This panel examines the ways the coronavirus has impacted the well-being of Latinos. Explores steps to promote greater health access for the Latino community while gaining valuable advice from experts on how to protect ourselves and our families against COVID-19.

Alana Cueto, President National Association for Hispanic Nurses

Dr. Martin Mendoza, Director, Division of Policy and Data OMH U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Dr. Jose Torradas, FACEP, American College of Emergency Physicians
Melissa Pluguez Moldavskiy, APRN, FNP-BC, AGACNP-BC, National Association for Hispanic Nurses
Mike Spigler, Vice President of Patient Services and Kidney Disease Education, American Kidney Fund
Dr. Edgar Monterroso, Senior Epidemiologist on the Emergency Operations Center COVID19 Response Center for Disease Control

Recorded on August 13, 2020
Duration: 44 mins. 58 secs.