The UCLA Blum Center Annual Spring Conference on Poverty and Health in Latin America
The UCLA Blum Center Annual Spring Conference on Poverty and Health in Latin America is designed to advance knowledge on policy and programming solutions aimed at creating more equitable health in Latin America. The UCLA Blum Center hosted its Inaugural Spring Conference on May 1st, 2013 in DeNeve Auditorium on the UCLA campus. The theme of the conference was Informing Responses to Reduce Poverty and Improve Health in Latin America and the event attracted more than 150 researchers, students and medical professionals to participate in a robust program. To learn more about the events of our Inaugural Spring Conference, read the event program.
Thank you to all who joined us at our Second Annual UCLA Blum Center Spring Conference: Connecting International Partners to Strengthen Health Systems and Respond to Health Inequities
Thanks to all who participated, we achieved our goals to provide a forum for international stakeholders to exchange information and build networks. We hope that all of the attendees left our conference with strategies, concepts, research, programming ideas, and collaborations that will help build solutions to pressing health challenges in Latin America and beyond.
View a photo album from the conference here.
To view this year's conference program view here.
Presentations from the conference can be viewed below
Plenary Session 1
Plenary Session 2
Plenary Session 3
Pleanary Session 4
Thanks to our generous conference supporters and collaborators for making the Second Annual Spring Conference Possible!
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