3 Reasons to Take the 2020 Salud America Survey on Health Equity

If you interact with Salud America! in any way, we want to hear from you!

Take the 2020 Salud America! Survey to let us know what you think about our digital communications for awareness and action around Latino health equity.

1. Take the Survey to Enter to Win an iPad!

Why not get something free?!

If you take the survey by Nov. 8, 2020, you can enter a raffle for a free iPad!

TAKE THE 2020 SALUD AMERICA! SURVEY

2. Take the Survey Because You Care!

You’re on our website right now.

We know you care about health, whether you got here from a tweetchat or email or web page or video.

If you take our survey, it can help us better understand how our digital content motivates and impacts efforts to promote Latino health equity. We want a society where everyone has a just opportunity to be their healthiest. We know you do, too.

Help us deliver content people can use to spur healthy changes in their community.

TAKE THE 2020 SALUD AMERICA! SURVEY

3. Take the Survey to Show How You Promote Health!

Want to bet?

We bet you are doing some amazing things to promote health.

And we bet, if you take our survey, you’ll see just how much you’re contributing to healthy change, even if you don’t think you’re doing much at all!

TAKE THE 2020 SALUD AMERICA! SURVEY

About Salud America!

Salud America! is a national Latino health equity program that creates culturally relevant and research-based stories, videos, and tools to inspire people to start and support healthy changes to policies, systems, and environments where Latino children and families can equitably live, learn, work, and play.

The program and its award-winning communications help our digital network—over 300,000 parents, providers, and community leaders—push for healthy changes in communities for Latino and all families.

Salud America! is led by health disparities researcher Dr. Amelie G. Ramirez and supported by a passionate team of communicators at UT Health San Antonio, with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Visit Salud America! at salud-america.org or on social @SaludAmerica.

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