Published: Oct. 5, 2017

The Colorado School of Public Health certificate in Latino Health is currently the only graduate Public Health Certificate in the country devoted to preparing a sector of the public health workforce to address Latino community’s needs. "The Latino Health Certificate will provide scholars with the necessary tools and experience to strategically and effectively implement research or service programs to improve the lives of Latino communities in Colorado and beyond," says Fernando Holguin, MD, MPH, director of ColoradoSPH’s Latino Research and Policy Center. Enrollment for certificates is open through October 15, 2017 for the classes commencing in January 2018. For more info contact Claudia Patricia Galetto, Community Project Coordinator, Latino Research and Policy Center, 303-315-0145, claudia.galettodewinnica@ucdenver.edu