In celebration of Minority Health Month in April,
CDC's Office of Minority Health & Health Equity (OMHHE)
links to several CDC activities bringing awareness to and highlighting efforts towards the advancement of health equity.
Below are links to the highlighted topics.
Tuesday, April 4-5, 2013
The 2013 Millennial Health Leaders Summit brings together a cadre of medical, public health, and public policy graduate students, nominated by their universities for their outstanding achievements and promise as future leaders in addressing health disparities across the nation.
For more information see the
Millenial Health Leaders Summit
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
This session of Grand Rounds examines how immunization has helped reduce infectious disease disparities among U.S. children, reducing the burden of infectious disease in children from racial/ethnic populations, and how immunization has, as a result, contributed to health equity.
For more information on watching the live webcast April 16th, viewing archived sessions afterwards, or to learn about free continuing education opportunities, see the
CDC Public Health Grand Rounds