Terros Health and ASU School of Social Work are excited to announce the 17th Annual Cesar Chavez Conference will be held virtually on Monday, April 5, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The theme of Inspiring Inclusion continues to offer opportunities to highlight current topics, and so we have carried it into this year's conference. The Conference will focus on two prevalent concerns that have received renewed attention in the last 12 months, Health Disparities and Compassion Fatigue in the era of Covid-19. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Olga Ildriss Davis, will share insights on Health Disparities and COVID-19. A panel of experts will then discuss Promoting Access and Equity in Vaccine Participation for Better Outcomes. The second half of the conference will feature a presentation on Culturally Responsive Strategies: Coping and Resilience Strategies for Crisis and Trauma Service Providers followed by a panel discussion offering Short-Term and Long-Term Coping and Resilience Strategies for Integrated Health Providers.
The conference grants 4.5 hours of Continuing Education for behavioral health and medical professionals attendees at no charge.