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  • Book addresses need for more infrastructure for Latino mental health

    The unmet health care needs of Latinos in the U.S. and strategies for addressing the linguistic and other barriers that impede them are examined by a panel of experts in a new book, "Creating Infrastructures for Latino Mental Health," co-edited by Lydia Buki, left, a professor in the department of kinesiology and community health, and Lissette Piedra, a faculty member in the School of Social Work.

    The unmet health care needs of Latinos in the U.S. and strategies for addressing the linguistic and other barriers that impede them are examined by a panel of experts in a new book, "Creating Infrastructures for Latino Mental Health," co-edited by Lydia Buki, left, a professor in the department of kinesiology and community health, and Lissette Piedra, a faculty member in the School of Social Work.

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