Announcements

Upcoming Front Porch Club Meeting

Mark your calendars!  The next Front Porch Club Meeting is February 21st at 4:30 pm.  Join us in person or connect by Zoom.  We hope to see you there!

Become a Member of the ReACH Center

Do you have an interest in the health of San Antonio and the South Texas region?  Become a member of the ReACH Cenrer!  Membership is free provides the opportunity to get involved with shaping the future of population health, clinical and translational research in South Texas!  For more information and to sign up click here!

TACKLE HIV/HCV Project Abstract Accepted for STI & HIV World Congress

The Targeted Access to Community Knowledge, Linkage to treatment and Education for HIV/HCV in people of color (TACKLE HIV/HCV in people of color) program led by ReACH Core Scholar Dr. Wari Allison recently had an abstract accepted for a poster presentation at the STI & HIV World Congress July 14 - 17, 2019 in Vancouver Canada.  The TACKLE poster will highlight the use of Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) for treatment of patients with hepatitis C/ HIC co-infection in Texas. Way to go Dr. Allison and the TACKLE team!

Contact Us

7411 John Smith Road

Suite 1050

San Antonio, TX

78229

 

Tel: 210-562-5551

Fax: 210-562-5560

Deborah Parra-Medina, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Deborah Parra-Medina, PhD, MPH

Deborah Parra-Medina, Ph.D., M.P.H., is professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, where she is a researcher at the Institute for Health Promotion Research, which investigates the causes of and solutions to health disparities in the 38-county region of South Texas. Dr. Parra-Medina has served as the PI on several federal grants focused on the development and evaluation of theoretically-based, culturally competent chronic disease prevention and management interventions for Hispanics in Texas utilizing a mixed methods CBPR approach.

Research Interests: 

public health epidemiology, participatory research methods, health disparities in chronic disease, and community-based health promotion interventions among under-served and minority populations, including Latinos.