38th Annual Minority Health Conference

The Annual Minority Health Conference was launched by the Minority Student Caucus in 1977 and has been conducted nearly every year since then. Major objectives are to highlight health issues of concern to people of color and to attract students interested in minority health to the School.

Planning and implementation of the Conference are led by the School’s Minority Student Caucus, which designates the chair of the Planning Committee each year.

This year’s event these is “Systems of Power: Recalling Our Past, Restructuring Our Future”. This conference is the largest student-led health conference, and it aims to raise awareness around health disparities.

To register, visit the website.

“There Are No Get Out of Jail Free Cards”: HIV Risk Perception and Condom Use among Middle Socioeconomic Status Black Women

UntitledThe Carolina Seminar on Behavioral Research with Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations Presents:

“There Are No Get Out of Jail Free Cards”: HIV Risk Perception and Condom Use among Middle Socioeconomic Status Black Women

Dr. Kia Caldwell, Associate Professor Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies

Allison Mathews, Department of Sociology, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Thursday, January 22, 2015
3:30-4:45 pm
Davie Hall, Room 261