CALL Presentation by Professor Jokin de Irala: What do youth learn about sex?
To assist parents in educating their children in the tradition of the Chaucer Center's Fatherhood Series and WA's Raising Men of Honor Series, Western Academy is hosting a Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (CALL) sponsored talk "What do youth learn about sex?" by Professor Jokin de Irala on Friday, February 19, at 7:30pm in the Great Room
This event is free and for adults; feel free to invite family and friends! If you plan to attend, please RSVP, so that we are able to give CALL a head count of attendees beforehand.
Professor Jokin de Irala has a medical degree from the University of Navarra (Spain, 1985), an MPH degree from the University of Dundee (UK, 1987), and a doctoral degree in Medicine at the University of Navarra (Spain, 1990). He obtained a second doctoral degree in Epidemiology at the University of Massachusetts (USA, 2000). He has been teaching Epidemiology at graduate and post graduate levels of the Medical School of the University of Navarra since 2000 where he became a tenured professor in 2011. He has been Vicedean at the Medical School of the University of Navarra from 2010 to 2013.
Dr. de Irala is the principal researcher of the project “Education of human affectivity and sexuality” from the Institute for Culture and Society of the University of Navarra.
The scientific contributions of Dr. de Irala include the publications of 12 books, 58 book chapters and approximately one hundred and twenty six scientific papers in both Spanish and international peer reviewed journals.
The Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (CALL) is a national organization dedicated to the growth and spiritual formation of the Latino leaders of this country in their knowledge and understanding of the Catholic faith.
CALL engages its members to work for their local bishops in specific community service and educational projects, seeking to influence the culture of the United States. Our organization will transform the lives of its members according to the gospel, remaining a national voice that speaks out on educational, social and faith issues important to both the Catholic Church and the Latino community.
CALL seeks to build a lay membership core of Catholic business, professional and community leaders whose individual and collective characteristics are capable of serving as a means by which to facilitate dialogue and collaboration within the Church and with the broader Latino community in the U.S.