2023 Illinois Minority Health Conference
This conference is designed to improve knowledge on health disparities and social justice issues and how they affect health outcomes; build competencies among healthcare professionals, and develop collaboration with other service providers, and community partners in serving minorities and other disadvantaged communities in Illinois. By the conclusion of this conference, participants should be able to build on community engagement and collaboration and to work with these communities to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate services through scientific and evidence-based best practices.
This conference will address a variety of issues in serving the minority and underserved populations in Illinois. The target audience includes Public Health Personnel and Staff, College and University Students, Public and Private Sector Health Professionals, Nurses, Health Educators, Licensed Social Working/Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Professional Counselors/Licensed Clinical Counselors, Dieticians, Peer Educators/Health Navigators, and Community & faith-based organizations.
- Evaluation, Research, and Reporting
- Innovative and Evidence-Based Approaches to Addressing Health Equity
- Building Unprecedented Partnerships and Collaborations
- Understanding Disparities in Healthcare Accessibility
Illinois State University Conference Services is handling all conference planning and registration for the 2023 Illinois Minority Health Conference. Any questions or concerns regarding the conference can be directed to Perry Harlow.
ISU Conference Services
Attendee Registration is now open!