June 12 Webinar: Addressing Barriers to Care with Latino and Immigrant Populations
Join NLBHA and Genoa Healthcare Telepsychiatry for a webinar on
Addressing Barriers to Care with Latino and Immigrant Populations:
A discussion of how immigration, documentation status, culture, and language can impact behavioral health care in a telehealth model.
When: Jun 12, 2018 4:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Executive Director @National Latino Behavioral Health Association
Fredrick Sandoval is the Executive Director for the National Latino Behavioral Health Association. He has over 35 years experience in the health and behavioral health field in the non-profit, public and private sector.
Dr. Pierluigi Mancini
President @Multicultural Development Institute, Inc.
Dr. Mancini founded Georgia’s only Latino behavioral health program in 1999 to serve the immigrant population by providing cultural and linguistically appropriate mental health and addiction treatment and prevention services. Projects have included work on developing and implementing cultural competency plans, policies, procedures and training manuals.
Dr. Patricia Zaror, MD, MPH
Telepsychiatrist @Genoa Healthcare, Outpatient Psychiatrist @James Lovell Federal Health Care Center, and Assistant Professor @Chicago Medical School
Dr. Patricia Zaror is a practicing psychiatrist based in Chicago, IL and Assistant Professor at Chicago Medical School. Dr. Zaror graduated from University of Chile Faculty of Medicine in 1975 and has been in practice for over 40 years. She will speak on her psychiatry experience with Latino and immigrant populations, as well as her experience practicing telepsychiatry.