Question and Answer Webinar titled:
Unmasking the Crisis: Exploring Intentional Substance Use Disorder Overdoses Among the Hispanic/Latino Population
Understanding the Factors, Addressing the Crisis, and Promoting Resilience
About the Panelists
DR. CRISTINA RABADAN-DIEHL, PHARMD, PHD, MPH
After 25 years at the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Health and Human Services, Dr. Rabadán-Diehl joined Westat in 2018. A multidisciplinary scientist with extensive experience in chronic non-communicable diseases and global health, Dr. Rabadán-Diehl serves as a scientific lead in several projects in addition to developing partnerships with domestic and international government and nongovernment stakeholders.
DR. FERNANDO J. GONZALEZ
Dr. Fernando J. Gonzalez has more than 37 years of experience managing public health programs and projects in the United States, México, U.S.-México Border, and Global South Countries. He currently serves as Manager for the EMS Opioid Rapid Response and Prevention Program, UTHealth Science Center San Antonio/Project Vida, El Paso, TX.
DR. J ROCKY ROMERO, PHD, LMSW
As the Owner and CEO of JR Romero & Associates, Dr. J. Rocky Romero has been a pioneer in the development, evaluation, and consultation of behavioral health programs for 22 years. A former Assistant Professor at the New Mexico Highlands University School of Social Work in Albuquerque, NM, Dr. Romero has an extensive academic background in social work. In addition, he was a member of Governor Richardson's Higher Education Cultural Competency Taskforce.
- Presentation Handouts: (Dr Gonzalez) and (Dr Rabadán Diehl)
- Hispanic health in the USA: a scoping review of the literature | Public Health Reviews | Full Text (biomedcentral.com)
- Putting Equitable Implementation Science Into Research and Practice (ssir.org)
- Evidence-Based Practices Registry (nlbha.org)
- Home | Suicide;StopIt NM (suicidestopitnm.com)
- Bienvenido Program Engages Latinx Communities to Implement Better Mental Health Interventions (ssir.org)
- Familia Adelante: A Substance Use Prevention and Stress Reduction Program for Latino Adolescents – NNEDShare