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Risk reduction in the Hispanic Community

Hispanic risk reduction 1 Running head: RISK REDUCTION IN THE HISPANIC COMMUNITY Leading Community Risk Reduction Risk reduction in the Hispanic community Donald E. Triana West Palm Beach Fire and Rescue Department West Palm Beach, Florida May 2007

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Mental Health in the Hispanic/Latino Community

LET'S TALK FACTS ABOUT CULTURAL ISSUES AT-RISK GROUPS ACCESS TO CARE CONCLUSION RESOURCES Mental Health in the Hispanic/Latino Community Many older Hispanic Americans find the strain of acculturation overwhelming.Their traditional values and beliefs are often at odds with the new culture, they ...

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The Powerofthe Hispanic Consumer - Executive Summary

April 2010 By: Michael Goodman, Senior Director, Research and Analytics [email protected], 508-449-3319 Marcelino Miyares, Director – Mercury en español [email protected], 310-883-7538 Mercury Media has published this content for the sole use of Mercury Media and its ...

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Educating HIspanic Students:

2 All inquiries should be addressed to Dissemination Coordinator, CREDE/CAL, 4646 40th Street NW, Washington, DC 20016-1859. ©2002 by the Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence, University of California, Santa Cruz COLLABORATING INSTITUTIONS ARC Associates Brown University ...

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Hispanic Leaders - We have the honor to profile Hispanic and ...

1. Hispanic Leaders . We have the honor to profile Hispanic and Latin American corporate executives, Government Officials and Educational Leaders

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Understanding Hispanic Acculturation

3 Background and Objectives Most of the data presented was collected for Synovate's 2004 U.S. Hispanic Market Report using information from:-A proprietary telephone survey conducted by Synovate among Hispanics-The U.S. Census-The Department of Labor-The Department of Commerce-Other secondary ...

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Affluent U.S. Hispanics: Segmenting the Segmented

Hispanic businesses have grown in number over the past ten years, comprised of mainly service sector, retail, and real estate concerns. 19 13

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RESEARCH BRIEF

Hispanic Teen Pregnancy and Birth Rates: Looking Behind the Numbers By Suzanne Ryan, Ph.D., Kerry Franzetta, and Jennifer Manlove, Ph.D. February 2005 O verview Teen pregnancy and birth rates for U.S. teens have declined dramatically in recent years.

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Increasing Hispanic Participation in Higher Education: A ...

Increasing Hispanic Participation in Higher Education: A Desirable Public Investment By Stephen Sorensen, Dominic J. Brewer, Stephen J. Carroll, and Eugene Bryton

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NHCOA DIABETES 1

THE DIABETES EPIDEMIC IN HISPANIC AMERICA: POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS Diabetes in the U.S. Hispanic community has reached epidemic levels, and mainstream efforts to diminish the impact of this *silent killer * on the men, women, and young people of the nation's largest racial and ethnic group are ...

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