The Latino Alcohol and Health Disparities Research (LAHDR) Center seeks to reduce alcohol and health disparities through research on the development, course and treatment of alcohol use disorders among Hispanics.
We are a multidisciplinary, cooperative network of students, researchers, and professionals who join to inspire healthy change for alcohol behavior in the Paso del Norte Region.
The goal of LAHDR’s research area is to understand behavior change as it relates to alcohol use and explore the components related to alcohol use in order to promote related research and grant funding success.
The goal of LAHDR’s training area is to facilitate different forms of knowledge translation related to Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Screening and Brief Motivational Interventions (SBMI) to create connections to relevant practitioners.
As a part of our collaboration with the Paso del Norte Health Foundation, we will be having upcoming Brief Motivational Intervention (BMI) Introductory Seminars for the community at the Paso del Norte Health Foundation. Please register for this activity. If you or someone you know is interested then click on the link below and then click on Join to register for this activity. Please share.
“To succeed in this endeavor, we will need to rise above parochial interests that discourage interdisciplinary collaborations and truly embrace the notion that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts,” said Craig Field, Ph.D.