Updates from the LATIN-19 community; Agenda for 7/14
Updates from the LATIN-19 community; Agenda for 7/14

Current Facts and Figures

  • Number of vaccines given at LATIN-19 clinics — 11,092
  • Percentage of NC population (ages 12 +) at least partially vaccinated — 54%
  • Percentage of people partially vaccinated in NC who identify as Latinx — 8%
  • Hispanic population in NC — 9.8%
  • Percentage of Hispanic COVID-19 cases in NC — 20%

Agenda for 7.14.21

1. Debra C. Farrington, Chief of Staff NC Medicaid Division of Health Benefits, NC Department of Health and Human Services: Medicaid Transformation
2. Becca Friedman, Equal Justice Works Fellow Sponsored by Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy & Natalie Marles, Outreach Specialist NC Medicaid Ombudsman: Medicaid Transformation
3. Updates from the LATIN-19 Executive Team 
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LATIN-19's First Publication 
We are excited to share our first publication Health and Wellness for Our Latina Community: The Work of the Latinx Advocacy Team & Interdisciplinary Network for COVID-19 (LATIN-19) in the NC Medical Journal. Please share with your networks via email and social media! 
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Give Your Thoughts and Ideas

We welcome your feedback about weekly meetings, ongoing initiatives, and organizational priorities. You are also welcome to submit news and announcements to be shared with our broader community. 
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News and Announcements

Vaccine Appointments and Walk-Ins

We're working to support mobile clinics across the Triangle. You can view our spreadsheet to see upcoming vaccine clinics for the Latina community. You are welcome to share this resource with others. If you would like to add a clinic, please submit the information to hola@latin19.org

Building Upon the Resilience of Hispanic Families During COVID-19

July 27, 2 p.m. ET | Register Online 
The National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families will host a research-to-practice webinar featuring Center Co-Investigator Dr. Natasha Cabrera, Mariana Osoria from Family Focus, and Adrian Pedroza from Abriendo Puertas. The webinar will discuss recent research on factors that promote resilience in the face of pandemic-related stressors among Hispanic families and the implications of the findings for those serving the Latino community.

Open Positions
Multiple Positions | Duke Population Health Management Office | Population Health Care Manager positions are for nurses or licensed behavioral health specialists. Population Health Resource Associate are the equivalent of community health workers. | View Job Postings 
Fundraising & Development Director  | TeenSmart International | View Job Posting
Digital Design Strategist  | TeenSmart International | View Job Posting
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