CPHHS faculty, students and alumni addressed how COVID-19 has made isolation and health disparities even worse for Latinx communities
When OSU’s TRACE-COVID-19 study was preparing to launch, the research team and its community partners knew they needed to be able to respond to questions and concerns from study participants and the public. A call center was needed, but how could one be created in such a short time? CPHHS Dean F. Javier Nieto, a […]
It’s this overlooked source that’s been there this whole time. They’ve been in the community for more than a hundred years.
For OSU students, the study provides hands-on experience and the potential to make a local and global impact.
Alumna discovers what happens outside the body is as important as what happens within it
Diabetes education programs that are linguistically and culturally tailored to Latinos lead to significantly higher rates of completion.
Community health worker Christina Chac applies her public health skills at the Asian Health and Service Center in Portland, Ore., but she got her start at Oregon State.