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January, 2006 Message From the President

CMHF President, Lucy Trujillo

Table of Contents for July 24th Newsletter
CMHF has released our master Events Calendar for 2006.  Take some time to put all our events on your calendar.  Remember, all events are free of charge for our paid members!
The Colorado Health Institute has added a page to their website dedicated to data resources.  See their new reseource page here

Eastern Evaluation Research Society (EERS) is pleased to publish the following Call for Papers for its April 2006 conference.  Please share the attached notice with your membership and your other evaluator contact lists.

New publications brought to us by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Oral Health Program, check out The Impact of Oral Disease on the Health of Coloradans and Smart Mouths, Healthy Bodies: An Action Plan to Improve the Oral Health of Coloradans. 
Healthy Impact is a project of Rocky Mountain PBS with support from Sound Partners, the Benton Foundation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Colorado Foundation for Medical Care and the Anti-Defamation League.  Learn more about the project here.
The Rose Community Foundation included a profile of the Colorado Minority Health Forum in their 2004 Annual Report, page 24.  Thanks to member Ozzie Grenardo, for his willingness to have his picture taken to represent the work of CMHF.  Be sure to take a look!
"Race, Ethnicity, and Health Care: The Basics" - Important information from the Kaiser Foundation.

 

The March/April edition of Health Affairs Journal was dedicated to the issue of Racial and Ethnic Disparities.  Look at the issue here.  (Subscription required.)
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has published an annual report on Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities in Colorado for 2005.  View it online here.  The report is also available on CD-ROM by contacting the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Office of Health Disparities. 
Look at Inside Inclusiveness: Race, Ethnicity and Nonprofit Organizations.  Part of Inclusiveness at Work from the Denver Foundation. 
Colorado Consumer Health Initiative updates website
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