2014

Nov 5

The 2014 National Health Disparities Conference will focus on policies and programs to reduce health disparities.

Aug 4

The CSULB RIMI Project Summer Institute Presents:
Latent Class Analysis
Bethany Bray, The Methodology Center -Pennsylvania State University
Aug 4-5 9 AM - 4 PM
REGISTRATION IS FREE but space is limited
RSVP: Jeff Wood
562-985-2176
jefferson.wood@csulb.edu
www.csulb.edu/HealthEquity

Oct 15

Intergenerational Trauma: Family Loss Experiences of Substance-Using Native American, Latina, and Caucasian Mothers Living in Southwestern United States

Jul 24

The CSULB RIMI Project SUMMER INSTITUTES Presents
Generalized Linear Mixed Model for the Complete Idiot
Walter Stroup, Department of Statistics
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
FREE, Space is limited!

Oct 15

Intergenerational Trauma: Family Loss Experiences of Substance-Using Native American, Latina, and Caucasian Mothers Living in Southwestern United States

Jul 24

The CSULB RIMI Project Summer Institute Presents:
Generalized Linear Mixed Model for the Complete Idiot
Walter Stroup, Department of Statistics University of Nebraska - Lincoln
July 24-25 9 AM - 4 PM
REGISTRATION IS FREE but space is limited
RSVP: Jeff Wood
562-985-2176
jefferson.wood@csulb.edu
www.csulb.edu/HealthEquity

Aug 4

The CSULB RIMI Project SUMMER INSTITUTES Presents
Bethany Bray: Latent Class Analysis
The Methodology Center Pennsylvania State University
FREE, Space is limited!

Apr 10

The third annual Latino Health Equity Conference at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) aims to raise awareness and engage CSULB faculty, staff, students, and the larger community in health equity research focused on Latinos, our nation’s largest and fastest-growing minority population.

The Hispanic Health Opportunity Learning Alliance (H2OLA) at the NCLR/CSULB Center for Latino Community Health, Evaluation, and Leadership Training provides Latino undergraduate and minority graduate students with academic training, mentoring, and career development opportunities designed to facilitate careers in health equity and disparities research. Latinos continue to be gravely underrepresented in biomedical, behavioral, clinical, and social science disciplines. H2OLA was developed in response to this critical educational and professional deficit, with support from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities Science Education Initiative. Through a unique collaborative effort within CSULB’s College of Health and Human Services and the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, H2OLA welcomes students across both colleges, and aims to widen the potential pool of minority applicants prepared to apply for advanced degrees and engage in careers that will positively impact health-equity opportunities for the most underserved.

2013

Oct 18

Grand Opening for the Centro Salud es Cultura. The CSULB Centro Salud es Cultura will serve as a crossroads for community service, research and student-community leadership and partnership.

Aug 22

An Introduction to Diary Methods (Includes: Introduction to M-Plus)
Dr. Jean-Philippe Laurenceau
Professor, Department of Psychology
University of Delaware

Oct 16

The Psychology Colloquium & The CSULB RIMI project Health disparities research seminar series Two Approaches to Understanding HIV Risk in Minority Women Dr. Grace Reynolds. CSULB Department of Health Care Administration

Feb 21

The Psychology Colloquium & the CSULB RIMI project Health Equity research seminar series
How is Culture Operationalized for Practice and Research?
Dr. Marjorie Kagawa Singer
Professor, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and Asian American Studies Department

Oct 16

The Psychology Colloquium & The CSULB RIMI project Health disparities research seminar series
Two Approaches to Understanding HIV Risk in Minority Women
Dr. Grace Reynolds. CSULB Department of Health Care Administration

Feb 20

The Psychology Colloquium & the CSULB RIMI project Health Equity research seminar series How is Culture Operationalized for Practice and Research? Dr. Marjorie Kagawa Singer Professor, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and Asian American Studies Department

Aug 22

An Introduction to Diary Methods (Includes: Introduction to M-Plus) Dr. Jean-Philippe Laurenceau Professor, Department of Psychology University of Delaware

2012

Nov 5

If your outcome variable assumes not just two but several values, then the binary logistic regression is out of question. What models can you use then? Come to the talk and find out. SAS and SPSS examples will be presented. There will be time for questions and discussion at the end.

Jun 20

Day 1:Social Networks and Health, Thomas W. Valente, PhD
Department of Preventive Medicine
Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
Day 2:Analyzing Network Data: An Introduction with UCINET
Robert A. Hanneman, PhD, Department of Sociology University of California, Riverside

Nov 5

If your outcome variable assumes not just two but several values, then the binary logistic regression is out of question. What models can you use then? Come to the talk and find out. SAS and SPSS examples will be presented. There will be time for questions and discussion at the end.

Jun 20

Day 1:Social Networks and Health, Thomas W. Valente, PhD
Department of Preventive Medicine
Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
Day 2:Analyzing Network Data: An Introduction with UCINET
Robert A. Hanneman, PhD, Department of Sociology University of California, Riverside

Oct 22

Have you ever wanted to test if the means of several groups were the same or not? Then analysis of variance (ANOVA) is what you need. This presentation will discuss how to test whether several means are the same in designs with one factor as well as two factors using such statistical software packages as SAS and SPSS. There will be time for questions and discussion at the end.

Mar 7

The Psychology Colloquium and The CSULB RIMI Project Health Disparities Research Seminar Series Intervention Research to Promote Health Equity: Examples, Recent Developments and Future Directions. Roshan Bastani, Ph.D., UCLA School of Public Health

Oct 22

Have you ever wanted to test if the means of several groups were the same or not? Then analysis of variance (ANOVA) is what you need. This presentation will discuss how to test whether several means are the same in designs with one factor as well as two factors using such statistical software packages as SAS and SPSS. There will be time for questions and discussion at the end.

Mar 7

The Psychology Colloquium and The CSULB RIMI Project
Health Disparities Research Seminar Series
Intervention Research to Promote Health Equity: Examples, Recent Developments and Future Directions.
Roshan Bastani, Ph.D., UCLA School of Public Health

Oct 1

A review/discussion of linear regression models with emphasis on using such statistical software packages as SAS and SPSS. There will be time for questions and discussion at the end.

Feb 16
Oct 1

A review/discussion of linear regression models with emphasis on using such statistical software packages as SAS and SPSS. There will be time for questions and discussion at the end.

Feb 15

The Psychology Colloquium and The CSULB RIMI Project
Dr. Betty Ferrell: Palliative Care for Quality of Life in Lung Cancer

2011

Nov 9

Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati, Ph.D., MPH of the USC Keck School of Medicine
"The Role of Culture in Eliminating Health Disparities at the Community Level"
CSULB Hall of Science (HSCI), Room 102

Mar 21

Dr. Felipe Castro, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Arizona State University will discuss "Cultural Factors in Drug Abuse Prevention with Latino Populations"

Mar 23
Feb 16

2010

Dec 1
Sep 15

Dr. Laura Bogart discusses medical mistrust, discrimination, and health behavior among disadvantaged populations.

Nov 17
May 5

In the new health care era: What is the role of prevention for heart disease and risk factors - The community health worker model as a promising evidence-based practice in Hispanics.

Oct 27

Protective Factors in Adolescent Risk Behavior, Health Behavior and Development: Theory and Findings from the People's Republic of China and the U.S.