The population of Iowa has changed dramatically in the past decade, with nearly 200 languages now spoken in the state. This presentation describes the influx of refugees and other migrants into the region, and discusses the implications for health providers, social service agencies, and other non-profit organizations that are increasingly working with these new multicultural populations. Dr. Michele Devlin, Professor of Global Public Health at the University of Northern Iowa will be joined by a panel of nonprofit representatives to lead this informative discussion.
Arlene Prather O’Kane, EMBARC
Cindy Mohr, YWCA
Tura Halkeno, Black Hawk Country Health Department
Free for CVNA members; $25 non-members