Centro SOL Faculty and staff engage in a wide variety of research projects to build the evidence base for improving Latino health. These research projects cover myriad topic areas, including mental health, cardiovascular health, and sexual health, among others. In addition to developing and implementing our own research, Centro SOL also partners with researchers from other departments within Johns Hopkins and from other universities.
Centro SOL Policy Group works to create a partnership between leaders in healthcare administration, public health, and health policy with providers working with the Latino community in order to identify challenges that impact Latino health and make health policy recommendations to improve health equity for Latinos at the local, state, and national level.
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Addressing Mental Health Challenges through Community Engagement: A Multi-level Approach to Depression among Latino Immigrants in Baltimore
The Impact of CenteringParenting on School Readiness
A School-based Mental Health Program for Immigrant Latino Youth in a New Destination City
Engaging Immigrant Latino Families and Community Stakeholders to Reduce Disparities in Child Obesity
A Pediatric Overweight Group Appointment Program for Latinos
Mi Plan (LARC project)
Engaging Latino Parents in Pediatric Primary Care
Maternal contraceptive use and assessment of family planning clinic websites in Latina mothers of young children
Unifying Immigrant Families for Youth Suicide Prevention
Prospective Research On Stress, Parenting, Environment, and Early Childhood growth Trajectories
Piloting Group Well-Child Visits for Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Latino Families at Children's Medical Practice
A Campaign to Improve HIV Testing Among Latinx in Baltimore
Leveraging mHealth and Peers to Engage African Americans and Latinos in HIV Care
Building on needle exchange to optimize HIV prevention/treatment
Kids FACE FEARS (Face-to-face And Computer-Enhanced formats Effectiveness study for Anxiety and Related Symptoms)